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The Community Recycling Information Center

Paper, Cardboard, Magazines and Newspapers

RE-USE Cardboard: for creative and fun reuse ideas, check out the ideas at "Moving Boxes: Fun Crafts for Kids." The site compiles a lisst of functional and fun things to do with cardboard. Check it out the page HERE.

Allied Waste, which provides curbside recycling service to the City of Mishawaka, accepts paper, cardboard, magazines and newspapers. Boxes must be broken down.
Phone: 800- 888-5783

Borden Waste Away, which provides curbside recycling service to the Town of Lakeville accepts paper, cardboard, magazines, newspapers as well as phone books and catalogs.
Phone: 574-235-9971 for program questions or 800-683-6801 for route and service questions.

The Habitat for Humanity Restore accepts cardboard. Please read the donation guidelines before donating.
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10 A.M. – 6 P.M., Saturday 9 A.M. – 5 P.M.
Phone: 574-232-4911 (South Bend); 574-254-4911(Mishawaka)
E-mail: restore@habitat-for-humanity.org
Website: www.restoreindiana.org
Locations:
920 E. McKinley Avenue, Mishawaka
2411 S. Main St., South Bend

The Solid Waste Management District, which provides service to most of St. Joseph county, accepts paper, cardboard, magazines and newspapers. Boxes must be broken down.
Phone: (574) 235-9971

The Town of Walkerton accepts paper, cardboard, magazines and newspapers. Boxes must be broken down.
Phone: 586-3711

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Michiana Recycling and Disposal is an regionally-based independent, locally owned recycling and waste hauler. Residential services allow garbage, recycling and yard waste to be picked up together using their One Stop-One Container-One Truck system

If you see an item that needs to updated on this page, or if you would like your business/organization's information to be posted on this site please e-mail csfuture@iusb.edu or call (574) 520-4429.