City Hall and other City of Iowa City offices will be closed Monday, May 28, 2018, for Memorial Day. Other holiday closures or schedule adjustments are as follows: www.icgov.org/memorialday2018
At the East Side Recycling Center, 2401 Scott Blvd. SE, education is a priority. Residents come to enjoy unique programming and take advantage of special events, like mobile household hazardous waste collections. They can also rent the Environmental Eduction Center for their own use.
There is always something to discover at Iowa City's East Side Recycling Center, whether it be waste reduction, stormwater management, energy efficiency, or green building.
Interested in learning more about waste reduction? Resource Management staff provide group tours of East Side (minimum of 10 people), and host a variety of events throughout the year. For more information on events, contact Recycling Coordinator Jane Wilch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 319-887-6110.
The Environmental Education Center is an all-season event venue. The center is the perfect size for a meeting, company gathering, family reunion, or other function. For more information about the Environmental Education Center and rental details, check out the Environmental Education Center Information Guide.
Information on recyclables that are accepted at the East Side Recycling Center is available at www.icgov.org/recycling.
Automotive and vegetable oils can be recycled at the East Side Recycling Center.
- Oil filters
- Motor oil
- Vegetable cooking oil
Bring oils in sealed plastic bottles and leave in the Oil Recycling Shed. Please label containers as "motor oil" or "vegetable oil."
The East Side Recycling Center is out of compost. Compost will be available on June 12th.
When available, the compost costs $0.50 per five gallons (bring your own container) and large quantities can be purchased at the Iowa City Landfill and Recycling Center for $20 per ton with a $2 minimum. Wood chips are no cost.
1. Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore sells used building materials and furniture. Visit ReStore's website for more information or call 319-338-5687.
2. Salvage Barn, a program of the Iowa City Friends of Historic Preservation, sells used, historically-significant building materials.Visit the Salvage Barn's website for more information.
Mobile collection events are held approximately quarterly at the East Side Recycling Center.
For more information on mobile collection events and accepted items, view the Household Hazardous Material Collection Event Guide or visit www.icgov.org/hhm.
Questions? Call Resource Management at 319-356-5151, or the Recycling Coordinator at 319-887-6110 or email@example.com.