The Morgan County Solid Waste Management Office is temporarily closed until April 6th in order to comply with the Governor's "Stay Home" order. Please contact me through email if you need immediate assistance. Thank you and stay healthy!
Welcome to the Morgan County
Solid Waste Management District
Next Tox Away Day will be at Mooresville High School
Date: June 27th Time: 8 am - 1 pm
Upcoming Events & Education
Fall Tox Away Day was very WET, but a great success, thanks to your participation, Morgan County! We had 535 vehicles visit our drop off site! Over 1,600 gallons of paint, 264 gallons of gasoline and paint thinner, 234 gallons of pesticides, 1,002 lbs of adhesives, 51 lead batteries, 902 gallons of oil, 139 gallons of antifreeze, 509 lbs. of unwanted medication including 50 lbs. of controlled substances, 241 tires, and 195 televisions were disposed of properly. This totaled up to 43 tons of toxic waste! We couldn't have accomplished the day without our volunteers. Thank you! If you would like to volunteer for our next Tox Away Day, please call 765-342-2533. Details on date and location will be posted when available!
Mooresville Recycling Site at Southbridge Shopping Area now available
Read submitted reports to the State Board of Accounts and the Department of Local Government Finance.
View a brochure on how to properly dispose of your medications.
Blue is the New Green
Do's and Don’ts of Basic Stormwater Pollution Prevention Practices
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
An Introduction to Trash & Recycling for Home & School
When trash is thrown away, students learn through an activity it really doesn’t go away. Students are challenged to rethink daily actions to reduce landfill waste. 3rd Grade, 40 min.
Interactive watershed landscape model shows soil erosion and water pollution. Students participate in hands-on activities and discussion about stormwater, Point source and non -point source pollution, as well as conservation practices. 3rd Grade, 60 min.