Sheboygan Area Recycle Directory
Sheboygan Area Recycle Directory
It is up to all of us to recycle. With this list, you will know where to take your reusable items. For information about your curb recycle programs
In Sheboygan go to:
In the Town of Sheboygan go to:
In Sheboygan Falls go to:
In Elkhart Lake go to:
In the Village of Kohler go to:
ALUMINUM CANS (soda cans)
Sheboygan and Town of Sheboygan - put in blue bags for curbside collection.
Elkhart Lake – blue bag curbside. Aluminum can recycle cage operated by Boy Scouts located at 51 E. Maple St. next to Village Garage.
Sheboygan - Get cash for your cans
Veolia Environmental Services , 2905 Paine Ave., 458-6030
J&J recycling, LLC, 709 Cty Rd PP , Plymouth, 893-2070
Lithium, zinc air, silver oxide and rechargeable, also batteries for hearing aids, computers, glucose testers, watches, dog collars, toys, film cameras, digital cameras, remotes and car remotes accepted for recycling at no charge at Batteries Plus 519 Taylor Dr. 920-459-9494 Taylor Heights Shopping Center.
Alkaline standard batteries A,B,C,D, etc. accepted with charge of 99 cents per pound.
Rechargeable battery recycling at Best Buy Deer Trace 920-458-5710; Cardinal Environmental 3303 Paine Ave. Sheboygan 920-459-2500; Home Depot Deer Trace 920-451-0624
For Vehicle Batteries Auto Zone 1515 N. 13th Sheboygan 920-451-6988
For worn out vehicle batteries (Sheboygan residents only) DPW 2026 New Jersey , M–F 8–6, Sat 8-4
Veolia 2905 Paine Ave 920-458-6030 $6.00 ea.
BOOKS AND MAGAZINES
Mead Public Library 710 N. 8th 920-459-3400 accepts books and magazines in good condition
Curbside recycling using blue bags
CELLULAR TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT
Earthwise Recycling N7051 Bridgewood Rd. Sheboygan Falls 920-467-9951, call for appointment
City of Sheboygan tree pick up is the second week of January curbside only.
Sheboygan Falls residents are to take their trees to the DPU compost site.
St. Vincent De Paul
4215 Hwy 42, Sheboygan 920-457-4844
Donation hours: Monday – Saturday 9 – 5:00
3657 Greenwing Dr., Sheboygan 920-459-8600
Donation hours: Sunday 10-7, M – F 9 – 9, Saturday 9 – 8
Sharon Richardson Hospice Resale Store
Intersection of Hwy 23 and Hwy32, Sheboygan Falls 920-467-7941
Fringe Benefits (donations for animals)
725 S Taylor Dr., Sheboygan 920-783-0027
Most dry cleaners (Fussy cleaners no longer recycle hangers)
3600 Cty Tk Hwy A, Kohler 920-458-5710
Limit 3 items per household per day, no charge
Good will Industries
3657 Greenwing Dr. , Sheboygan 920-459-8600
Hours: Sun 10-7, M-F 9-9, Sat 9-8
Erase personal hard drive
Earthwise Recycling, LLC
North of County Road J, Sheboygan Falls 920467-9951
All hard drives will be erased and shredded. Minimal charge for some components
Call or email to arrange a time to drop off items Monday - Friday
Any eye care provider will have a donation box for used eye glasses
Lions Club International has partnered with Walmart Vision Centers to provide donated used eye glasses to impoverished countries.
(Same as clothing)
Habitat for Humanity ReStore
1911 North 8th St., Sheboygan 920-452-4175
Hours: Wed.- Fri 9-5, Sat. 9-4
Windows, insulated glass, no broken glass
Onlygolfballs.com – for bulk recycling
Dixon Golf – retail location or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lostgolfballs.com – to purchase recycled and used golf balls
Contact the following for most current dates and locations: (held mid-May in the past)
Sheboygan County Planning and Conservation Department – 459-3060 (chemicals, paints, lead acid batteries, oil, and bio-hazardous waste)
County website: www.sheboygancounty.com
Click on Departments
Click on Planning and Programs
Click on HHW
Clean Sweep Programs (aerosol paint, solvents and cleaning agents, oven cleaner, spa and pool cleaners, household bulbs, photographic chemicals, plant pesticides)
Call for acceptability and to confirm cost - $10.oo per vehicle/per event
Mike Ballweg, Crops and Soils Agent, UW – Sheboygan County
5 University Drive, Sheboygan, WI 53081 920-459-5904
May be considered co-mingled recyclables for weekly curbside collection in all communities offering single-stream recycling
Blue Bag – Max. Weight – 35# - Min. Bag Size – 13 gal.
Glass (recycled bottles and jars)
Paper Products (newspapers, magazines, g\flattened cardboard)
Plastic Bottles, Containers and Jugs #1 – 7
Best Buy – Kohler, outside entrance
Office Max -- 3434 Kohler Memorial Dr. -
If you join the rewards program for every 5 cartriges you bring in they will give you a money on you rewards account.
Or, Check out Charity Opportunities:
St. Paul Lutheran School St– 1819 N. 13th St. – Sheboygan – church or outside entrance
Jefferson Elementary School – school library
Compact fluorescent bulbs – Home Depot, Deer Trace, 451-0624
Tube lights- Veolia Environmental Services, 2905 Paine Ave., 458-6030
Sheboygan Scrap Metals – 2801 N. 21st. – Sheboygan 920-4521894
Gus Holman Co. – 3313 N. 21st St. – Sheboygan – 920-457- 2431
Veolia Environmental Services – 2905 Paine Ave – Sheboygan – 920-458-6030 (Some fees – extra for Freon appliances)
City of Sheboygan Department of Public Works Recycling (Sheboygan residents Only)
2026 New Jersey Ave. Mon. – Fri. 8 am – 6 pm, Sat. 8 am – 4 pm
Valvoline Oil Change, 1960 Eastern Ave., Plymouth, 893-6101
Auto Zone, 1516 N. 13th, Sheboygan, 451-6988
Mobile 1 Lube Express, Calumet Ave., 459-5640
PAINT (Oil Base and Solvents)
Several hazardous waste collections are held each year by Sheboygan County Planning and Resources Department. 459-3785
Shredded paper, office paper, telephone books, mail order catalogs, cardboard, newspapers, magazines, assorted packaging paper, mixed paper accepted at the Sheboygan
8 – 4, M – F , 1206 Illinois Ave., 451-5091.
Curb side recycling
Outdated prescription drugs with your name blacked out but name of drug visible – Local Police Station
Bottles and jugs #1 – 7 local recycling service using blue bag.
Garbage recycling curbside
Most are returned to place of purchase to be refilled or recycled. If that is not possible, the city will accept the tank if it is cut into two pieces (to be sure there is no gas remaining in the tank).
Most scrap metals can go into recycling. There is a drop off bin at the city recycling center on New Jersey Ave with an attendant that can answer specific questions.
City asks that it go into garbage.
Can be taken to Best Buy. Cost is $10 but in return you receive a $10.00 gift certificate.
Can be taken to Veolia Environmental Services, 2905 Paine Ave., Sheboygan (458-6030)
There is a fee per tire and it depends on how many and what size tire.
**Sheboygan County Hazardous Waste disposal has 4 scheduled dates each year at several locations including Maywood, Plymouth highway shed and Cascade highway shed.