FEES: Hover on "Resident" tab at the top of this page and go to "Fees" page.
HOURS:Please arrive at least half an hour before closing time. Weekdays:7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays:(SEPTEMBER through NOVEMBER) 8 to 11 a.m.(Closed Saturdays DECEMBER through FEBRUARY).
UPCOMING HOLIDAY HOURS:
Open - December 24th (Tuesday) 7am – 4pm.
CLOSED - Christmas Day December 25th (Wednesday).
Open - December 31st (Tuesday) 7am – 4pm.
CLOSED- New Year’s Day January 1st (Wednesday), 2014.
Regular Hours Resume - January 2nd (Thursday), 2014.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL:LANDFILL EQUIPMENT - Notice is hereby given that the Marathon County Solid Waste Department will receive sealed proposals, until 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday November 27, 2013. Click here for more information.
Compost Bins and Pailsavailable by appointment (Bin $55 and Pail $29). Call 715-446-3101, Extension 102 for more information.
Scrap Metal Recycling: Go to "What do we do with" page (hover on "Resident" tab at the top of the page).
Asphalt Shingles, Concrete, Stumps, Large Tree Chunks, Brush, Pallets and Asphalt Chunks can be recycled! Click Here.
Electronics Recycling Locations: Go to the "What do we do with" page (hover on "Resident" tab at the top of the page).
Dual collection trucks may use double hoppers to keep trash & recycling in separate inner chambers.Click here to view video.
Support Recycling in Wisconsin & Marathon County
We want you to stay informed of what is happening with recycling in the state budget. As information becomes available we will keep this page updated. The following are resources that have been developed by Wisconsin’s top organizations in the Solid Waste and Recycling industry – Associated Recyclers of Wisconsin (AROW), Council on Recycling, Wisconsin Counties Solid Waste Management Association (WCSWMA), and the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) – Badger Chapter.
Sign-on Letter sent to Governor & State Legislators on March 24th with over 150 municipalities, businesses and organizations signatories.
March 24th Press Release – “Wisconsin Organizations Join Together To Make Case for Recycling - Over 150 businesses and organizations urge reinstatement of local recycling requirements/funding in state budget bill”