All recyclables should be placed in your recycling cart
Recyclable Metal & Glass:
Dane County Clean Sweep
Clean Sweep will take TV's and computer monitors for a $10 fee per electronic per trip. Clean Sweep is located at 7102 US HWY 12 and is open Tuesday - Friday from 7 am to 2:45 pm and Saturdays from 8 am - 10:45 am.
Information on Wisconsin's E-Cycling Law
Wisconsin's electronics recycling law establishes a statewide recycling program administered by the Department of Natural Resouces (DNR). The program, called E-Cycle Wisconsin, puts in place a system to collect and recycle discarded electronics from Wisconsin households, K-12 public schools and Milwaukee Parental Choice Program schools.
For more information on E-Cycle Wisconsin, please click here.
For a list of electronics that can be recycled under E-Cycle Wisconsin, please click here
Recycling through Goodwill
With the introduction of Goodwill E-cycle, Goodwill now accepts the following electronics as donations:
Other Electronic Recycling Options
File 13 E-Waste Solutions is a local business that will recycle your used electronics (including televisions). Please visit file13usa.com for more information or call 838-8813.
Computers may also be taken to Janseen Computers Corp., 3 Marsh Ct - Madison, WI, 222-9100.
TVs can be taken to Resource Solutions, 244-5451. Call first for directions.
1-800-Got-Junk recycles TVs, Computer Monitors, Refrigerators, AC Units, Major Appliances, and Renovation Debris. There is no need to bring the items to the curb, as the company will pick up the items from the house and take them away. There is a $96 charge to haul away TVs, monitors, and appliances. Call 1-800-468-5865 for a quote/information. More information.
Recycle Your Old Cellphone
Protect the environment and raise funds for the Senior Center! Convenient drop off at Stoughton Senior Center and Radio Shack. Cell phones contain harmful materials like lead and cadmium that are released as phones break down in landfills.
Composting is a great way to keep organic material out of the waste stream. It saves tax dollars and provides you with a valuable soil additive. Composting is easy to do if you follow a few simple guidelines.
First layer: 3"-4" of chopped brush or other coarse material on top of the soil surface allows air circulation around the base of the heap.
Second layer: 3"-6" of green material, grass clippings, or food waste.
Third layer: 4"-8" of "brown" material, such as leaves. Add water as needed.
Fourth layer: 1" of soil serves as an inoculate by adding microorganisms to the pile.
Fifth layer: Repeat steps 2-4 until the bin is almost full. Top off the heap with a layer of leaves or straw and scoop out a "basin" at the top to catch rainwater.
A properly made compost pile will reach temperatures of 140-160 degrees Fahrenheit in four or five days. At this time you'll notice the pile "settling," a good sign that your pile is composting properly. After 4 or 5 weeks, turn the pile, putting material from the outside of the pile into the center of the new pile. Add water if necessary. You shouldn't need to turn your heap a second time. Your compost should be ready in 3 to 4 months.
Information provided by Dane County at www.co.dane.wi.us
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