69th Street, 1/4 mile north of 103rd Ave
Transfer Station Update March 30, 2020, "Please continue to check this site for current information as the following is subject to change.
Please read carefully as we have special rules (no exceptions) for the month of April!
Given the extended stay at home order. the Transfer Station will be open for April on a "limited basis" to Transfer Station card holders. Our goal is to provide a quick way for you to safely dispose of household items. This is not the time to clean up and bring extra trash as you will be turned away.
Hours: April 4th, 11th, 18th, & 25th
8:00 am to 2:00 pm
All trash must be bagged. You will be allowed to dispose of no more than 4 bags. We will not receive any large items, loose material, or large loads. Out of concern for safety we will not assist you with your bags so please be prepared to handle them by yourself or bring someone to help you. Also, we will be allowing only one vehicle at a time to dump trash, so we ask for your cooperation and patience.
Also, we will accept recycling material (collapsed cardboard. cans, glass and plastic). This material is to be dumped loosely (not bagged) into the trailer. During this period we will not accept tires, electronics, or appliances. We will again, only allow one car at a time to be parked at the recycling trailer.
Any questions, please call Allan Overhiser:
One "Dump Card" is distributed to each residence with the winter tax bill. If the card is used up or lost, new cards can be purchased for $30. They can be picked up at the township hall from the Treasurer's Office or the Clerk's Office.
The cards are for use by Casco residents only.
30 Gallon Bag - 1 punch
30 Gallon Can - 1 punch
55 Gallon Barrel - 2 punches
1 Yard of loose material - 4 punches/yard
Full-size pickup load (level) - 12 punches
Small-size pickup load (level) - 6 punches
All materials are acceptable EXCEPT flammable liquids, gases, or hazardous materials, such as asbestos, chemicals, and fertilizers.
Click here for a printable chart of what can be taken in for recycling.
Household Hazardous Waste Guide
The Resource Recovery Program provides Household Hazardous Waste Collection for participating communities. Casco residents can take hazardous waste materials to the county courthouse on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with an appointment. Contact 269-686-4559 for an appointment.
Click here for a printable chart of Hazardous Waste materials that can be collected.
There are 5 gallon buckets in the Township Hall entry where you can drop off batteries for proper disposal. No light bulbs, nails, thermometers, or liquids, ONLY BATTERIES.
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