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Mayor Greg Fischer Newsroom


New Louisville Recycling Locations Announced

Friday August 26, 2005

Expands Service for Suburban Residents

Mayor Jerry Abramson today announced the expansion of recycling opportunities for Louisville residents living in the suburban service district. Two new drop-off recycling centers located at the Fern Creek Firehouse at 7700 Routt Road and the Middletown Firehouse at 108 Urton Lane will open beginning Monday, August 29. This brings the number of drop-off centers in the community to 16.

“Recycling saves landfill space, energy and natural resources – all of which helps our community preserve its environment,” Abramson said. “I’m pleased that, through the efforts of our Solid Waste Management and Services Department, we’re able to enhance our recycling opportunities in the community by adding these two locations and making it convenient to recycle no matter residents live.”
 
The new locations are unattended. Other unattended drop-off centers include:

3228 River Park Drive
235 E. Jefferson Street
1500 S. 6th Street
2620 Frankfort Avenue
4535 Manslick Road
205 W. Wellington Avenue
2900 Hikes Lane
1297 Trevilian Way (across from the Zoo)
3501 Roger E. Schupp Street (Bowman Field Driver’s License Branch)

Residents may drop off the following items:

Newspapers
Boxboard
Magazines
Glass bottles and jars
Phone Books
Plastic bottles and jars
Catalogs
Aluminum cans and foil
White, mixed and computer paper
Brown paper bags
Household batteries
Steel cans C
orrugated cardboard

The city also has five attended recycling centers, open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Those centers include:

595 Hubbards Lane
7219 Dixie Highway
9300 Whipps Mill Road
7201 Outer Loop
10620 W. Manslick Road

At those centers, residents may drop off traditional recyclables and items such as auto batteries, motor oil, filters and antifreeze.