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Department Detail:  Recycling

Department Recycling
Appointed Official Lori Prenderville
Address 606 3rd Ave N
Hurley, Wisconsin  54534
Phone Number 715-561-4802
Alt. Phone Number 715-476-9143
Staff Recycling Staff
Office Hours Each municipality has specific hours... See below.

Please use Drop-Off Sites only during open hours!

Drop-Off Sites:

  • Hurley

    • 606 3rd Ave N

    • Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday (8am to 2pm)

  • Mercer

    • 2553W County Rd J

    • Wednesday and Saturday (7:30am to 2 pm)

    • Closed on Loon Day

  • Saxon

    • Clement Road

    • Saturday (9am to 1pm)

  • Sherman

    • Town Garage, Hwy 182

    • Summer: Wednesday (Noon to 4pm) and Saturday (9am to 4pm)

    • After Labor Day: Saturday Only (9am to 3pm)

  • Oma

    • Town Hall: Saturday (8am to 10am)

    • Town Garage: Saturday (10:30am to 12:30pm)

    • Lucky Pierre’s: Saturday (1pm to 3 pm)

Curbside Pick-Up:

  • Montreal: Tuesday

  • Pence: Every-other Tuesday at 9am

  • Knight: Tuesday


Accepted Materials

Please sort into the Following 2 categories

Fiber(Paper and Cardboard):

Newspaper, Magazines, Catalogs, Phone Books, Letterhead, Envelopes, Standard Forms, Computer Print-outs, Copy Paper, Junk Mail, Corrugated cardboard, shoe boxes, cereal boxes, soda or beer containers, paper egg cartons, clean pizza boxes.  Break down and flatten cardboard.


Co-mingled: Plastic, Glass, Metal,  & Aluminum Cans:

Food, Beverage, & Detergent Containers-Rinse all containers- remove caps from containers and labels from tin cans.  Pop Bottles (Symbol #1), Milk Jugs (Symbol #2), Detergent Jugs (Symbol #2)
Public Information

Burn Barrels: Only dry, clean and untreated paper wood products can be burned in a barrel.

It is illegal to burn: Asphalt, garbage, metal, petroleum products, plastics, rubber, or treated wood.  These materials release toxic pollutants into the air and are recognized as a significant health risk and public nuisance.


Please see Iron Co Recycling Ordinance No. 2101

Committee Of Jurisdiction Recycling/Solid Waste Committee
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