Transfer and Recycling Center is located on Landfill Road
just off Tannery Road.
New rules against open burning take effect
October 14, 2009 learn more
Questions/Answers on New Open Burning Regulations
Horicon has a mandatory recycling law in effect. The requirements are as follows:
All food, juice, detergent and shampoo plastic with a number. These must be clean with covers off.
Glass of any color. The glass must be clean with the
covers off. We do not accept pyrex, drinking glasses,
cups or window glass for recycling.
Broken glass is not accepted as a recyclable. It must be wrapped and placed with your household garbage.
Tin & aluminum
Any can that contained a food product. These must be clean, with one end completely out.
Newspapers: Whatever comes in your paper can be recycled. They must be clean and dry; wet or dirty newspaper goes with your garbage. IRS and real estate books go with the newspapers.
Junkmail : Anything that comes in the mail except for the journal and dollar stretcher. All junk mail catalogs, magazines, telephone books and puzzle books go together.
Cardboard : We accept corrugated cardboard only. It must be clean, dry, split on seams and flat. No boxboard.
Household batteries, small propane and aerosol cans go inside the recycling center
We do not take motor oil, the container it comes in, or car batteries.
We do not accept propane tanks.
Please keep all of the above items in separate containers when you bring them in.
We appreciate your cooperation in turning in clean recyclables.
Open: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Closed: Tuesday, Thursday & Holidays
Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Landfill will be closed on the following Holidays:
Fourth Of July
Christmas Eve (Half Day - close at noon)
New Year's Day
Fees Garbage fees: Fees are based on weight. All garbage must be in containers or bags so it is ready to be weighed. Fee is 12 cents per pound.
Tickets are available but not mandatory: