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ELKHART Northwest recycling site removed

The Solid Waste Management District of Elkhart County is looking for a new location for a recycling site on the northwest side of Elkhart.
Posted on Sept. 19, 2013 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on Sept. 19, 2013 at 4:37 p.m.

ELKHART — The management at Instant Auto Finance, located at 1005 N. Nappanee St. in Elkhart, has asked the Solid Waste Management District of Elkhart County to remove a recycling station from the dealership.

District officials are looking for a new location for the recycling station on the northwest side of the city. In the meantime, residents are asked to drop off recyclables at four alternative sites — Recycling Works at 605 Mason St. near Sixth and Harrison streets; Martin’s Super Market at 3900 E. Bristol St. in the Cobblestone Crossing shopping center; Kmart at 3101 Interchange Drive north of the Indiana Toll Road; and the former American Countryside Farmers Market on C.R. 26 near S.R. 19.


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