Go All In: Rethink Recycling
Pitch In: Make Our Quad Cities Beautiful
Plug In: Reboot E-Waste
Bring In: Be Safe about Hazardous Waste
Haul In: Using the Scott Area Landfill
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The QC Recycling Quest!


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2023 Holiday Recycling Guide

‘Tis the Season to Recycle Right! Our Holiday Recycling Guide will help you know how to dispose of items this season.

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Holiday Hours

Holiday Hours

Scott Area Landfill will be closed in observance of Christmas Eve on Saturday, December 23 and all Waste Commission of Scott County facilities will be closed on Christmas Day, Monday, December 25, 2023.

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Bryce Stalcup Appointed Executive Director

Waste Commission of Scott County announces Bryce Stalcup’s appointment as Executive Director. Commission Chair Mayor Bob Gallagher indicated the Board was pleased to appoint an internal candidate with an extensive level of experience and qualifications.

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Recycling Right at Home and at Work

When we “Go All In” and recycle at home and at work, we conserve energy, save landfill space, and make our community a cleaner and more beautiful place. The Scott Area Recycling Center receives and processes recyclables from Scott County communities and beyond. 

Rethink recycling

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Haul It In: Using the Scott Area Landfill

Since 1996, our state-of-the art landfill has served Scott County. The landfill handles municipal solid waste, construction and demolition material, and provides programs to recycle asphalt shingles, scrap metal, and tires. It also protects ground water and recovers methane for energy conservation

How to use the Scott Area Landfill

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Plug In: Reboot and Recycle Electronics

At home and at work, electronic waste can be recycled. The Waste Commission’s Electronics Recovery Center accepts cell phones, computers, monitors, copy machines and more. We also shred hard drives for data security and serve Quad City businesses large and small.

How to recycle e-waste at home

Recycling e-waste for business

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Bring It In: Household and Business Hazardous Waste

Chemicals, cleaners, pesticides, paint and other hazardous waste can pollute our air and drinking water. The Waste Commission operates the Household Hazardous Waste program and assists businesses who generate small quantities of hazardous waste.

Household Hazardous Waste

Business solutions for hazardous waste

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Pitch In for a Greener and Cleaner Quad Cities

Keep our stretch of the Mississippi beautiful. We offer anti-litter programs to adopt streets, beautify our green spaces, and support local clean-ups.  Our iLiveHere and MAKE it YOURS! programs partner with individuals, businesses, and local groups to beautify our community.

How you can keep the Quad Cities beautiful

Business Solutions

Go Green at Work: Business Solutions for QC Employers

From electronics, to small amounts of hazardous waste, we provide programs and consulting services to manage your business’ waste management and recycling needs.

Learn more about our commitment to business waste solutions

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