|YOUR WASTELINE St. Croix County Recycling Newsletter | Fall 2023|
|Clean Sweep Hazardous Waste Collection EventThursday, Sept. 21 & Friday, Sept. 22 St. Croix County will be hosting the Clean Sweep Hazardous Waste Collection for St. Croix County residents. More information can be found on our collection events page.|
|Tire CollectionSaturday, Sept. 23 Due to rising event costs, there will only be one county-sponsored tire collection event in 2023. More information on pricing and drop-off sites throughout the County can be found on our collection events page.|
|Appliance & Electronics Collection Saturday, Sept. 23 St. Croix County will be hosting an appliance & electronics recycling event at several locations throughout the County. More information about the events can be found on our collection events page.|
|Prevent Fires: Safely Dispose of Batteries Re-chargeable and lithium-ion batteries should never go into household garbage or recycling bins. They can cause fires from overheating, being punctured, or an electrical fault like a short circuit. It only takes a few seconds to start a fire and injure workers or firefighters, cause major damage to equipment, or even destroy an entire facility. Here are some guidelines to help prevent fires.|
|Recycling PresentationsNeed help educating your group on recycling? St. Croix County’s Recycling Specialist, Kris Poston, is available to present in-person or virtually to your community group, business, church, or school at no charge. Contact Kris at email@example.com or call (715) 531-1907 Learn Recycling RightHow to recycle and what to recycleComposting and organics reductionZero waste – reduction and reuseHow to buy less and buy betterSt. Croix County Recycling ResourcesVisit the St. Croix County recycling websiteFollow us on social mediaWatch our recycling videos on YouTube|
|We’ve Gone Digital! We are excited to share this new and convenient way to get the same great information to you through your inbox, no matter where you are at! The Your Wasteline newsletter has moved to a digital version with limited printed copies available at St. Croix County government buildings, libraries, and senior centers. Printed copies will be mailed through the fall of 2023.|
We are committed to promoting recycling and protecting our environment now and for future generations to come. To lead by example, we are looking for ways to reduce our footprint. Over time this digital newsletter will be better for our environment and result in cost savings for the County. We appreciate your continued support and look forward to sharing this information with you by the click of a mouse or a swipe of your finger on your mobile devices.