In 1989, House Bill 592 mandated that Ohio counties organize into groups to manage their waste streams. Our solid waste district is comprised of Coshocton, Fairfield, Licking, and Perry Counties. The four counties work together to reduce reliance upon landfills and to increase recycling.

Revenue is derived from disposal fees collected by four in-district municipal solid waste landfills, at a rate of $2.00 per ton for waste generated within the district or outside of Ohio, and $4.00 per ton for waste generated by other solid waste districts in Ohio, as well as a generation fee of $1.25 per ton for waste generated in our four counties, collected by landfills wherever the waste is disposed. Additionally, there is a waiver fee paid by facilities that export CFLP waste to other districts for disposal.

With a population of 392,000 and covering 2166 square miles, our district is a mix of urban and rural areas. The western portions of both Licking and Fairfield Counties are expanding rapidly with the growth of nearby Columbus.
Waste Haulers
Solid Waste Landfills
CD&D Landfills
Transfer Facilities
Disposal Options
State Partners
Litter Prevention Offices
Health Depts
Sheriff Offices
Links to Our Partners
Coshocton Drop-offs
Fairfield Drop-offs
Licking Drop-offs
Perry Drop-offs
Paper Bins in Fairfield
Paper Bins in Licking
Recycle by Material
Compost Facilities
Curbside Recycling
Business Recycling
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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Solid Waste Plan Summary
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About Us
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