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Coshocton-Fairfield-Licking-Perry Solid Waste District 675 Price Rd. Newark, OH 43055 PH: 740-349-6308 Fax: 740-349-6309 email: cflpswd@windstream.net
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UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS
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October 25, 2019 - Board of Directors Meeting
The meeting will begin at 9:00 am at the Donald D. Hill Administration Building, 20 South Second St, Newark. Purpose of the meeting is to conduct regular business, including approving the 2020 budget and awarding 2020 contracts.
Coshocton Drop-offs
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Recycle by Material
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Prepare Recyclables
Prevent Identity Theft
Use Earth Friendly Products
Stop unwanted mail
Buy Less Stuff
Reuse Items
Compost at Home
Help Shelters by Recycling
How To:
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STATE SOLID WASTE FEE HIKE PROPOSED
Senate Bill 50 proposes to increase the solid waste fee that goes to state agencies by 25 cents, bringing the total to $5.00 per ton. The entire 25 cent increase would go to soil and water conservation districts throughout Ohio.

Landfills are required to collect the fee from those who bring solid waste to the landfills for disposal. Haulers, in turn, are likely to pass the increase along to their customers - residents and businesses. Past fee increases such as this have resulted in consumer trash rates increasing at a higher rate than the fee itself.

There are soil and water conservation districts in each of our four counties who could benefit from this increase, depending on how funds are distributed.