Solid Waste Plan
Coshocton-Fairfield-Licking-Perry Solid Waste District 675 Price Rd. Newark, OH 43055 PH: 740-349-6308 email:
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District Overview
Board of Directors
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Solid Waste Plan Summary
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Coshocton Drop-offs
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Paper Bins in Fairfield
Paper Bins in Licking
Recycle by Material
Compost Facilities
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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:
Solid Waste Plan
Annual Financial Report
Click here to read the plan in pdf format, including all appendices.
The new solid waste plan covers activities from 2023 through 2034. Major points of the update are:
Comply with the goal of providing recycling opportunity to at least 80% of the district population through direct provision of recycling services in each county and through private efforts of local governments and recyclers.
Designates specific facilities to receive waste and institutes a waiver fee for out-of-district facilities that wish to receive our waste.
Provide education and technical assistance to all sectors (general public, schools, communities, businesses, and industry) to reduce waste and increase recycling.
Manage hard-to-dispose materials through the private sector wherever possible, and encourage residents to purchase only items for which there is adequate disposal or recycling services. 

Encourage the purchase of recycled content products and support development of new markets for recyclable materials.
Offer recycling processing services to wider range of customers including haulers and communities.

The plan keeps the priority of reducing dumping of trash at recycling sites and along roadways. The plan update, in its entirety, may be viewed by clicking the link below.