Recycle Depot_Logo11-10-17Marshall County residents whose homes have been damaged by the recent flood waters can dispose of some household items at the Recycle Depot.

The Depot will accept household chemicals, LED or fluorescent light bulbs, batteries (except alkaline), tires, appliances, and electronics. Fees may apply for Freon-containing appliances such as refrigerators and freezers.

Marshall County businesses may also bring flood-damaged goods, but business owners should first call the Depot at (574) 935-8618 to schedule a drop-off appointment.

The Depot does not accept items such as carpet, furniture, textiles, drywall, shingles, ceiling tiles and vinyl siding. To dispose of these items, residents must call Republic Services to schedule a pick-up and then place the large household item, such as a chair or mattress, next to their trash tote for their waste hauler to pick up along with their regular trash disposal. For large loads of debris, contact your waste hauler directly to schedule a pick-up.

The Marshall County Recycle Depot is located at 1900 Walter Glaub Drive, Plymouth. The Recycle Depot is Marshall County’s headquarters for recycling, household chemical and hazardous waste disposal, and environmental education. Compost bins and supplies, as well as rain barrels, are also available for sale.

For more information and hours, call (574) 935-8618 or visit the Depot website at