Business Recycling
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The 2016 Industrial Survey can now be downloaded onto your computer for easy completion. It is a Word document.

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Resources to increase recycling:
Lancaster-Fairfield Community Action Document Shredding Service
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Ohio EPA Small Business Compliance Assistance
OEPA offers guidance to companies with fewer than 100 employees on how to comply with environmental laws and regulations.
The Interchange - Hamilton County's waste exchange
Environmentally Preferrable Purchasing - US EPA
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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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Recycling
Environmental Specialists, Inc. - Licking County
Environmental Specialists, Inc operates a recycling facility in Heath. The service is available to businesses. They have two recycling programs that fit the needs for disposal of many items. The Fluids Management/Recycling program includes used oil, solvents, non-hazardous wastewater treatment, oily water and industrial coolants. The Hazardous Waste Management/Recycling program includes fluorescent bulbs, mercury vapor lamps, most lamps and ballasts, various batteries, computer equipment, paints and solvents, contaminated gasoline, gas tanks, empty drums, and oily debris disposal.

To inquire about dropping off material, and for current charges, call 740-404-6209.