District Overview
Board of Directors
Policy Committee
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Solid Waste Plan Summary
Funding Opportunities
About Us
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State Partners
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Links to Our Partners
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Coshocton Drop-offs
Fairfield Drop-offs
Licking Drop-offs
Perry Drop-offs
Paper Bins in Fairfield
Paper Bins in Licking
Recycle by Material
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Prevent Identity Theft
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Help Shelters by Recycling
How To:
July 26, 2024 - Policy Committee Meeting
The meeting will begin at 9:00 am. The purpose of the meeting is to conduct routine business including changes to the Committee's By-Laws and "start the clock" on preparing the next plan update. The meeting will be held at the Licking County Health Department, 675 Price Rd, 3rd floor Conference Room, in Newark.
Coshocton-Fairfield-Licking Perry Solid Waste District 675 Price Rd. Newark, OH 43055
Phone: 740-349-6308 Fax: 740-784-4203 Email: or
October 18, 2024 - Board of Directors Mtg
The meeting will begin at 9:00 am. The purpose of the meeting is to conduct routine business including requests for 2025 funding and approval of a final budget for 2025. The meeting will be held at the Licking County Transit Buidling, 745 E. Main St., in Newark.
The Policy Committee is responsible for developing and monitoring the implementation of the goals and strategies for the Solid Waste District in waste reduction and recycling. State Law mandates specific representation for each county to assure that policies are beneficial to all district residents.

The Policy Committee is comprised of seven representatives from each of the four counties in our District. An additional member is then appointed by the committee, since there is an even number of counties in the District. The County representatives are as follows:

1) The President of the Board of County Commissioners (or his/her designee)
2) The Chief Executive Officer of the largest Municipality (Mayor or designee)
3) A Member representing Townships within the County
4) The Health Commissioner of the largest health district (or designee)

Those four members are then responsible for appointing three additional members.

5) A member representing industrial, commercial or institutional generators of solid wastes
6) A member representing general interests of citizens with no conflict of interest through affiliation with a waste management company or a significant generator of solid wastes
7) A member representing the public

At the present time there are several vacant positions on the Policy Committee.
Industrial representative #5 - Fairfield, Licking, & Perry Counties; Citizen Representative #6 - Coshocton & Fairfield Counties; Public Representative #7 - Licking County.

If you are interested in serving on this committee, please go to the Policy Committee page and contact a representative from your county to advise them of your interest or contact me (