Join Wood County for the 5th annual Personal Shredding Event on Saturday, November 12th, 2022! The event will take place from 9am until noon or until the truck fills up in the Wood County Jobs and Family Services employee parking lot (1928 E. Gypsy Lane Road, Bowling Green). Wood County Residents can bring up to 5 bags or boxes of paper items to be shredded. We ask that you bring a toy, gift card, or cash donation to give to children involved in the Wood County Job and Family Services. Shredding Event 2022
4TH ANNUAL ALL-SHRED EVENT
Join the SWMD and JFS on Saturday, November 13th from 9:00am – 12:00am to clean out your files and spread some smiles! Wood County residents may bring up to five bags or boxes of paper items to be shredded onsite. The event will take place at the Jobs and Family Services Employee Parking Lot (1928 E. Gypsy Lane Road, Bowling Green, OH 43402). Please bring a toy, gift card, or cash donation to benefit the children involved with Jobs and Family Services during the holidays. Masks are required if exiting your vehicle and social distancing guidelines will be followed.
WOOD COUNTY FAIR
Thanks to everyone who came out and stopped by the SWMD booth at the 2021 Wood County Fair! We had a great time interacting with Wood County residents and encouraging people of all ages to recycle right. Thanks to those who helped make the Fair more sustainable by recycling plastic bottles, cans, and cardboard. Over 1,460 pounds of material was diverted from the landfill!
10th Annual Billboard Contest has been postponed
In 2019, we had two contests, one for K-4th and one for 5th-7th grade. The K-4th grade winner was Lillian Fletcher, a 2nd grader from Glenwood Elementary in Rossford. The 5th-7th grade winner was Lydia Mullins, a 7th grader from Bowling Green Middle School. Lillian’s billboard was displayed on Dixie Highway, south of 5 Point Road and Lydia’s was featured on State Route 25 and State Route 582 from April 29th – May 26th. Congratulations!!
Our totals are showing a collection of 3,607 tires from 429 residents. The tires filled nearly 4 semi-trailers and were hauled away by Liberty Tire to be recycled properly. This event was funded by a grant through the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. At this time no plans are in place for a future event.
Residents are encouraged to use our Household Recycling Guide for a list of locations accepting tires for proper disposal on a daily basis.
We can assist your group with recycling and trash collection efforts. ClearStream recycling containers and trash barrels are available for loan.
In order to secure your date and arrange for pickup, arrangements must be made with our office no later than one week prior to your event. A Container Loan Application must be completed and signed prior to your event.
Please contact us at 419-354-9297 for more information.
Interested in purchasing your own ClearStream recycling containers? Go to https://www.clearstreamrecycling.com/default.asp