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Disposal/Recycling Information by Type of Item


Disposal Information by Type of Item

Fees and restrictions may apply. Please call first.

Aluminum Can Buyback Centers

A&J Recycling
3250 N 20th St. • 402-438-3684
A-Can Recycling
3255 S 10th St. • 402-421-9101
Alter Metal Recycling*
6100 N. 70th St. • 402-476-3306
Capital City Metal Recycling
2120 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-465-5555
Sadoff Iron & Metal Company*
4400 W Webster St. • 402-470-2510
Scrapy's*
7701 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-217-9095

*Also takes other scrap metal

Appliances

Residents may dispose of appliances at the curb, but should contact the waste hauler before doing so. Residents should expect a fee for curbside collection of appliances. Residents may haul appliances to the 48th Street Transfer Station for a fee of $5/appliance plus gate fee. Metal recyclers often accept appliances.

123 System Solutions***
17 Gateway Mall • 402-464-5556
Alan Mitchell's Appliance
4033 Progressive Ave., #1 • 402-420-2012
Allen's New & Used Batteries
3320 Cleveland Ave., Suite 2 • 402-467-2455
(washers, dryers, stoves and hot water tanks)
Alter Metal Recycling*
6100 N. 70th St. • 402-476-3306
Capital City Metal Recycling
2120 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-465-5555
Hoffman's Appliance
4734 Adams St. • 402-466-6252
Major Appliance
3221 Huntington Ave. • 402-466-1022
N. 48th St. Transfer Station
5101 N. 48th St. • 402-441-8104
Sadoff Iron & Metal Company*
4400 W Webster St. • 402-470-2510
Scrapy's*
7701 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-217-9095

*Accepts other scrap metal
***Accepts microwaves

Automotive

Antifreeze:

Ask your neighbors or relatives if they need it.

Keep antifreeze away from children and pets since it can be poisonous.

If you are on a city sewer system, pour it down the toilet with excess water - three parts water to one part antifreeze.

Do not pour antifreeze into a septic tank system. If you don't have access to a city sewer system, bring it to a Household Hazardous Waste Collection PDF Document.

Automobiles

Must have clear title.

Capital City Auto Recyclers
100 W. "P" St. • 402-475-2982
Four Brothers Auto Salvage
5440 N. 70th St. • 402-467-3531
Kendle's Auto Salvage
100 W. Sumner St. • 402-477-9702
Olston's Import Auto Salvage
3450 N. 35th Cir. • 402-467-4541
Scrapy's*
7701 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-217-9095
Star City Auto Salvage
2705 N. 33rd St. • 402-464-7009

Automotive oil:

Automotive oil is prohibited from disposal in the landfill and regular garbage.

DO NOT dump used oil on the ground, in the storm drain, into the street, or in the garbage. Recycling: Oil must be free of contaminants such as gasoline, water, antifreeze, dirt, leaves, debris, and other solids. Drain oil into a container that has a lid and is clearly labeled "used oil". Containers should not hold more than 5 gallons of oil. Locations in Lincoln that accept waste oil are listed below. Call ahead. Never leave oil at a site after hours.

Advanced Auto Parts
222 N. 48th St. • 402-465-5556
3100 Cornhusker Highway • 402-465-8188
2101 S. 10th St. • 402-742-0334
3800 Old Cheney Rd., Ste A2 • (402) 420-9860
Capital City Auto Recyclers
140 W "P" St. • 402-475-2982
Farmers Cooperative
305 Main St., Firth •402-791-5837
Four Brothers Auto Salvage
5440 N. 70th St. •402-467-3531
Graham Tire
1918 "O" St. • 402-476-6521
2121 Cornhusker Highway • 402-474-2277
6800 "O" St. • 402-467-2555
1401 Cushman Drive • 402-421-1500
H.I.S. Auto Care
7000 Van Dorn • 402-488-8934
North 48th Street Transfer Station
5101 N 48th St. • 402-441-8104
O'Reilly Auto Parts
1525 Cornhusker St. • 402-475-1188
120 "O" St. • 402-475-1166
1201 North 48th St. • 402-466-4663
1101 Arapahoe St. • 402-423-1222
Otte Oil & Propane
3435 Maple St., Davey •402-785-2365
T.O. Haas Tire
2400 "O" St. • 402-261-2854
2700 Folkways Blvd. • 402-858-5276
1150 N. 48th St. • 402-817-3304
8300 Dawson Creek Bay • 402-858-5275
7201 S. 27th St. • 402-261-0088
5900 S. 56th St. • 402-858-5277
640 W. "O" St. • 402-802-9861
Wal-Mart
4700 N 27th St. • 402-438-4377
3400 North 85th St. • 402-466-0447
8700 Andermatt Dr. • 402-484-6166

Tires:

Tires are prohibited from disposal in the landfill and regular garbage.

The public can dispose of tires at the North 48th Street Transfer Station for a fee of $3/tire for cars and light truck tires, $6.50/tire for large truck tires, and $11.50/tire for heavy equipment tires. These fees are in addition to the regular vehicle gate fee. Residents can place tires at the curb. However, haulers will have a separate fee for disposal of tires. Check with your waste hauler before placing tires at the curb. Many tire retailers will dispose of used tires for a fee - check with a dealer. The following businesses will accept used tires for a fee. Call ahead.

Reuse

Don's Used Tires
2141 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-477-4332
Pittman's Tires
3320 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-467-1082

Recycle

Don's Used Tires
2141 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-477-4332
Four Brothers Auto Salvage
5440 N. 70th St. • 402-467-3531
Graham Tire
1918 "O" St. • 402-476-6521
2121 Cornhusker Highway • 402-474-2277
6800 "O" St. • 402-467-2555
1401 Cushman Drive • 402-421-1500
Jensen Tire & Auto
5430 Red Rock Lane • 402-328-9250
North 48th Street Transfer Station
5101 N 48th St. • 402-441-8104
Lee Pester Tires
12080 Adams St. • 402-450-0971
Pittman's Tires
3320 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-467-1082
T.O. Haas Tire
2400 "O" St. • 402-261-2854
2700 Folkways Blvd. • 402-858-5276
1150 N. 48th St. • 402-817-3304
8300 Dawson Creek Bay • 402-858-5275
7201 S. 27th St. • 402-261-0088
5900 S. 56th St. • 402-858-5277
640 W. "O" St. • 402-802-9861

Batteries

"Regular" batteries (alkaline, zinc-air) can be placed in your household trash. "Rechargeable" (NiCad), "Button" (mercury, silver, oxide and/or lithium), "Automobile" (lead-acid) and cellular phone batteries contain toxic materials and should be taken to a proper facility for recycling.

Automotive Batteries

Automotive batteries are prohibited from disposal in the landfill and regular garbage.

Many automotive battery retailers accept used ones as trade-in with purchase. Contact dealer. The following locations will also accept automotive batteries:

A-Can Recycling
3255 S. 10th St. • 402-421-9101
Advanced Auto Parts
222 N. 48th St. • 402-465-5556
3100 Cornhusker Highway • 402-465-8188
2101 S. 10th St. • 402-742-0334
3800 Old Cheney Rd., Ste A2 • (402) 420-9860
Allen's New & Used Batteries
3320 Cleveland Ave., Ste. 2 • 402-467-2455
Alter Metal Recycling
6100 N. 70th St. • 402-476-3306
Capital City Auto Recyclers
100 W. "P" St. • 402-475-2982
Four Brothers Auto Salvage
5440 N. 70th St. • 402-467-3531
Graham Tire
1918 "O" St. • 402-476-6521
2121 Cornhusker Highway • 402-474-2277
6201 Artisan Way • 402-261-9251
6800 "O" St. • 402-467-2555
1401 Cushman Drive • 402-421-1500
H.I.S. Auto Care
7000 Van Dorn • 402-488-8934
Interstate All Battery Center
4310 N. 27th St. • 402-474-1991
Jensen Tire & Auto
5430 Red Rock Lane • 402-328-9250
Kendle's Auto Salvage
100 W. Sumner St. • 402-477-9702
North 48th Street Transfer Station
5101 N. 48th St. • 402-441-8104
Sadoff Iron & Metal Company*
4400 W Webster St. • 402-470-2510
Scrapy's*
7701 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-217-9095
Star City Recycling
402-890-4320
T.O. Haas Tire
2400 "O" St. • 402-261-2854
2700 Folkways Blvd. • 402-858-5276
1150 N. 48th St. • 402-817-3304
8300 Dawson Creek Bay • 402-858-5275
7201 S. 27th St. • 402-261-0088
5900 S. 56th St. • 402-858-5277
640 W. "O" St. • 402-802-9861
Wal-Mart
4700 N. 27th St. • 402-438-4377
3400 N. 85th St. • 402-466-0447
8700 Andermatt Dr. • 402-484-6166

*Accepts other scrap metal

Button Batteries

Akala Fine Jewelry
4230 S. 33rd St. • 402-488-8217
Gold Smith Jewelers
5500 Old Cheney Rd. • 402-421-2253
Murphy's QP Do it Best Store
1554 N 48th St. • 402-466-9852
Sartor Hamann
1150 "O" St. • 402-476-8561
2900 Pine Lake Rd., Ste C • 402-420-2244
Star City Recycling
402-890-4320
The Time Shoppe
6450 "O" St. • 402-467-1884
Wal-Mart
3400 North 85th St. • 402-466-0447
4700 N 27th St. • 402-438-4377
8700 Andermatt Dr. • 402-484-6296
Wright's Jewelers
4101 Pioneer Woods Dr. • 402-474-0774

Rechargeable Batteries

Allen's New & Used Batteries
3320 Cleveland Ave., Suite 2 • 402-467-2455
Baker Hardware
801 "N" St. • 402-475-4081
Best Buy
6919 "O" St. • 402-473-2099
Electric Shaver Services
315 S 11th St. • 402-476-1785
Grainger
100 Oakcreek Dr. • 402-476-9014
Cell phone batteries only.
Home Depot
3300 N 27th St. • 402-325-6200
6800 South 70th St. • 402-328-9669
Power tool batteries only.
Interstate All Battery Center
4310 N 27th St. • 402-474-1991
Lowe's
6101 Apples Way • 402-420-3660
QP Ace Hardware
924 N 70th St. • 402-486-1515
945 S 27th St. • 402-438-5517
3800 Old Cheney Rd • 402-421-1912
1401 Superior • 402-742-7004
RadioShack
5130 N 27th St • 402-438-4772
159 Gateway Mall • 402-467-3301
4848 Van Dorn St, #1 • 402-488-3247
Staples
4940 "O" St. • 402-467-1118
Star City Recycling
402-890-4320
Target
333 N 48th St. • 402-464-8292
5330 S 56th St. • 402-423-0300
8201 S 40th St • 402-420-3540
Total Tools
2611 Kimco Dr. • 402-476-6673
Power tool batteries only.
US Cellular
2662 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-466-8700
Cell phone batteries only.
Wal-Mart
4700 N. 27th St. • 402-438-4377
Verizon Wireless
5141 "O" St. • 402-421-5480
Cell phone batteries only.

Books

Soft bound books can be recycled at any of the City's drop-off locations in the Mixed Paper recycling bins. For hard bound books, like encyclopedias, remove the hard binding and recycle the pages within the book. Hard bindings cannot be recycled; please dispose of these in your regular trash.

Reuse:

A Novel Idea Bookstore
118 N. 14th St. • 402-475-8663
Bluestem Books
137 S. 9th St. • 402-435-7120
Star City Recycling
402-890-4320
Yellowed Pages Used Books
2719 N. 48th St. • 402-465-8922

Building Materials

EcoStores collects and resells quality, salvageable construction materials, equipment and systems. Many of the products are high-quality and virtually unused. EcoStores features new, unused overstock items from building retailers as well as materials and fixtures collected by deconstruction teams from the Nebraska Center for Sustainable Construction (NCSC). The general public is welcome to donate as well. Donors will get a receipt for tax deductions.

Popular inventory items include doors, windows, wood trim, boards, paneling and flooring; office furniture including desks, dividers and file/storage cabinets; kitchen and bathroom fixtures include sinks, tubs and cabinets; electrical fittings and fixtures include ceiling fans; a wide range of commercial shelving; and many other building and construction-related items.

Reuse:

Connor's Architectural Antiques
1001 "L" St. • 402-435-3338
EcoStores
530 W "P" St. • 402-477-3606
Scherer's Architectural Antiques
9141 S 63rd St. • 402-423-1582
Star City Recycling
402-890-4320

Cell Phones

Reuse:

Star City Recycling
402-890-4320
Voices of Hope
2545 "N" St. • 402-476-2110

Child Safety Seats

Recycle:

Tracy's Collision Center
4538 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-441-4820
1500 Center Park Rd. • 402-441-4800

Computer Equipment/Electronics

Computer equipment has more than 1,000 materials, many of which are highly toxic. The cathode ray tubes (CRTs) in some computer monitors contain enough lead to pose health hazards to humans and animals. Circuit boards, batteries, switches/housing, and printed wiring boards contain mercury. Chromium is used as corrosion protection of untreated and galvanized steel plates and as decorative and hardener for steel housing. When these toxic metals accumulate in the environment, they have a high acute and chronic toxic effect on plants, animals, and humans.

50% of a computer is made of plastic, 30% is steel, 10% is aluminum, 10% are boards and miscellaneous wire, 1% is gold. Over 97% of the materials in a computer are recyclable.

There are two options for recycling computer equipment: Reuse or Recycle.

Reuse:

Goodwill Computer and Electronics Store
(working electronics)
5745 "O" St. • 402-486-4939

Recycling:

Households (not businesses) can dispose of computer equipment at the 48th Street Transfer Station for a fee or in regular trash. However, check with your waste hauler for handling fees.

Businesses must use an electronics recycler or donate usable computer equipment. There are several companies that accept computer waste for a fee.

123 System Solutions
17 Gateway Mall • 402-464-5556
Best Buy
6919 "O" St. • 402-473-2099
Goodwill Locations
4555 Vine St. • 402-466-3223
1700 S. 17th St. • 402-438-1109
5500 South 56th St., #3 • 402-421-2669
3910 N 27th St. • 402-465-4663
1731 O St. • 402-477-7216
5745 "O" St. • 402-486-4939
Office Depot
333 N. 50 St. • 402-466-3443
6333 Apple Way, Ste. 111 • 402-420-2777
Secure Recyclers***
1060 N. 33rd St. • 402-805-0065
Schrock Innovations
2801 Pine Lake Rd. • 402-423-9595
Scrapy's
7701 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-217-9095
(towers only)
Staples
4940 "O" St. • 402-467-1118
Star City Recycling
402-890-4320

Construction & Demolition

Since Lincoln is a growing community, construction and demolition (C & D) debris is a major component of the City's total waste stream. Concrete and asphalt recycling by local firms recycles almost three times the amount of C & D wastes used as beneficial fill by the City.

C & D waste includes concrete rubble, clean soil, brick or similar material. Clean construction and demolition debris may be taken to the 48th Street Transfer Station for a fee of $4 per ton. A few private contractors do accept concrete and asphalt (and asphalt shingles) that are clean of contaminants, such as scrap metal or dirt, and separated by types. Fees may apply. Call first to make arrangements.

Clean Asphalt and Concrete

Cather Construction
6400 N. 70th St. • 402-464-2113
Constructors, Inc.
6500 N. 70th St. • 402-434-1764
Gana Trucking & Excavating
13400 S. 54th St., Roca • 402-794-5000
Pavers LLC
12303 Hwy. 6, Waverly • 402-786-5900

Eyeglasses

Star City Lions
Drop-off boxes located at optometrist offices, Eyeglass World, and Wal-Mart stores
Star City Recycling
402-890-4320

Fire Extinguishers

General Fire & Safety Equipment
2431 Fairfield St. • 402-476-4646
Jacobsen Fire & Equipment Company
140 W. Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-474-4203
Star City Recycling
402-890-4320

Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFL)

Flourescent bulbs, both tubes and CFLs, are prohibited from disposal in the landfill and regular garbage.

Households should bring their fluorescent bulbs to a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day Acrobat (PDF) Document.

CFL Recycling Locations

Bishop Heights True Value**
4200 S 27th St. • 402-420-0077
EcoStores Nebraska**
530 W "P" St. • 402-477-3606
Home Depot
3300 N 27th St. • 402-325-6200
6800 South 70th St. • 402-328-9669
Lowe's
6101 Apples Way • 402-420-3660
Murphy's QP Do it Best Store**
1554 N 48th St. • 402-466-9852
Wolfe Ace Hardware**
6118 Havelock Ave. • 402-466-7707

**also accepts fluorescent tubes

Businesses can recycle their fluorescent bulbs with the following companies.

Environmental Compliance Enterprises
402-466-2268
Call for fee information.

Related Links

Grocery Bags

The following stores will recycle plastic grocery bags from any grocery store. They recycle ONLY grocery bags!

HyVee
5020 North 27th St. • 402-477-4764
5010 "O" St. • 402-483-7707
2345 North 48th St. • 402-467-5506
1601 N. 84th St. • 402-467-5505
6001 Village Dr. • 402-421-2462
7151 Stacy Ln. • 402-489-4244
Leon's Food Mart
2200 Winthrop Rd. • 402-488-2307
Lowe's
6101 Apples Way • 402-420-3660
Russ's Market
17th & Washington St. • 402-477-1238
66th & "O" St. • 402-466-8111
63rd & Havelock Ave. • 402-464-5804
70th & Van Dorn St. • 402-483-0044
33rd & Hwy. 2 • 402-420-1414
Coddington & West "A" St. • 402-477-6236
Sunmart Locations
2600 S 48th St. • 402-483-2809
2145 S 17th St. • 402-435-3276
Super Saver Locations
233 N. 48th St. • 402-464-8552
22662 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-466-7100
5440 S. 56th St. • 402-423-7181
2525 Pine Lake Rd. • 402-420-2000
840 Fallbrook Blvd • 402-438-8880
Target Locations
333 N 48th St. • 402-464-8292
5330 S 56th St. • 402-423-0300
8201 S 40th St • 402-420-3540
Wal-Mart
4700 N 27th St. • 402-438-4377
3400 North 85th St. • 402-466-0447
8700 Andermatt Dr. • 402-484-6166

Hearing Aids

Hearing Aids Nebaska Sertoma Hearing Aid Bank
P.O. Box 830731 • 402-467-4837 or 402-488-2260 for pick up
Star City Recycling
402-890-4320

Excess Medication

  • Do NOT flush down a sink, toilet or drain.
  • Take advantage of a drug "take back" day in your community

To place in household trash:

  1. Pour liquid medicine into a sealable plastic bag or container.
  2. Crush solid medicine or add water to dissolve and place in bag.
  3. Add undesirable substance, like cat litter, used coffee grounds or sawdust to the bag.
  4. Seal the bag and place it in your household trash.
  5. Remove personal information on the container and recycle.

See nebraskameds.org for more information.

Plastic Pharmacy Bottle Recycling

Remove caps and labels

The Pharmacy
1221 N. Cotner Blvd. • 402-466-6082
Wal-Mart
4700 N 27th St. • 402-438-4377
3400 North 85th St. • 402-466-0447
8700 Andermatt Dr. • 402-484-6166
Multi-material Recycling Sites

Paints

(Latex & Oil)

Liquid paint is prohibited from disposal in the landfill and regular garbage.

Latex paint can be disposed of in your regular trash. However, it must be completely dry before disposing.

  • For small quantities (less than 1 inch in bottom), take lids off cans and let paint dry. Discard paint in the trash. Be sure to remove lids from cans so refuse haulers can see that the paint has hardened.
  • Large quantities of latex paint can be dried by pouring a 1-inch layer of paint into a plastic lined or cardboard box. When dry, another layer of paint can be poured. Do this until the container is empty. Add an absorbent, such as clay-based cat litter or strips of newspaper, to speed up the process. When dry, this combination of absorbent and paint should be put in a trash bag and placed in the garbage.
  • Latex Paint brushes and rollers should be wiped with a paper towel or rag, and then cleaned in the sink. Use ample water to dilute the paint. Put used paper towels in the garbage. If using a disposable brush or roller, let dry, then place in trash.

Oil based paint must be taken to a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day Acrobat (PDF) Document.

EcoStores will accept oil and latex paint for a fee and can be reached at 402-477-3606.

Some latex paint can be donated or reused. Check with local charities, schools, and youth programs, such as the Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts. Paint can be used to decorate props for a play, add color to a play room, or coat shelves. Also, each year the Health Department sponsors a Latex Paint Exchange. Good, usable latex paint in quantities of at least ½ can will be accepted. Call 402-441-8021 for more information.

2014 Usable Latex Paint Exchanges

Households can bring labeled cans half full or more of usable paint that has not been frozen and is smooth when stirred. Free paint is available at the exchanges. Paint may be dropped off or purchased from EcoStores during regular store hours. Businesses cannot bring paint, but can get free paint on these days.

Sat. May 17, 2014 & Sat. Sep. 13, 2014
EcoStores Nebraska, 530 West "P" Street
9 a.m. — 2 p.m.
Call 402-477-3606 for details

Pesticides/Herbicides

Leftover Product

Pesticides and herbicides are prohibited from disposal in the landfill and regular garbage.

Please bring leftover pesticides and herbicides to a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day for proper disposal.

Containers

Pesticides and herbicide containers are prohibited from disposal in the landfill and regular garbage unless properly rinsed.

Polystyrene Packing Peanuts

The following businesses will reuse clean packing peanuts.

Mail Plus
3201 South St. • 402-434-5315
Star City Recycling
402-890-4320
UPS Stores
2840 S 70th Streets • 402-327-7164
40th & Old Cheney • 402-423-2273
5100 N. 27th Street • 402-475-3131

Propane Tanks

The following private dealers will accept cylinders. Call ahead to make arrangements and check requirements.

Lee's Propane
625 West "O" Street • 402-474-3235
20 lbs. or larger
Otte Oil & Propane
3435 Maple St., Davey • 402-785-2365
15 lbs. or larger

Scrap Metal

Scrap metal can be taken to the following locations:

Alter Metal Recycling
6100 N. 70th St. • 402-476-3306
48th Street Transfer Station
5101 N. 48th Street • 402-441-8104
Sadoff Iron & Metal Company
4400 W Webster St. • 402-470-2510
Scrapy's
7701 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-217-9095

Televisions

TVs contain toxins like chromium, lead, and mercury. When these toxic metals accumulate in the environment, they have a high acute and chronic toxic effect on plants, animals, and humans.

123 System Solutions
17 Gateway Mall • 402-464-5556
Best Buy
6919 "O" St. • 402-473-2099
Goodwill Computer and Electronics
5745 "O" St. • 402-486-4939
Scrapy's
7701 Cornhusker Hwy. • 402-217-9095
Secure Recyclers
1060 N. 33rd St. • 402-805-0065
Star City Recycling
402-890-4320

***Accepts microwaves

Toner Cartridges

Some businesses offer discounts for recycling old toner cartridges. Refilling is also an option, however, this can void the manufacturer's warranty.

Cartridge World
6900 "O" St. • 402-465-4465
5400 S 56th St. • 402-464-3455
Goodwill Locations
4555 Vine St. • 402-466-3223
1700 S. 17th St. • 402-438-1109
5500 South 56th St., #3 • 402-421-2669
3910 N 27th St. • 402-465-4663
1731 O St. • 402-477-7216
Latsch's
200 Oakcreek Dr. • 402-323-7222
Messiah Lutheran Church & School
1800 S 84th St. • 402-489-3024
Star City Recycling
402-890-4320
Target Locations
333 N 48th St. • 402-464-8292
5330 S 56th St. • 402-423-0300
8201 S 40th St • 402-420-3540
Walgreens Locations
1301 "O" St. • 402-476-6898
1701 South St. • 402-435-3271
1404 Superior St. • 402-477-2622
815 N 27th St. • 402-435-5151
4811 "O" St. • 402-489-2232
2502 N 48th St. • 402-466-1424
2600 S 48th St. • 402-483-2834
5701 Village Dr. • 402-421-7119
2630 Pine Lake Rd. • 402-421-0984
7045 "O" St. • 402-484-8222
4000 S 70th St. • 402-489-0338
5500 Red Rock Ln. • 402-421-2122
8300 Northern Lights Dr. • 402-464-8302

Wood Waste

Hofeling Enterprises
2200 S Folsom Court • 402-438-8733

Solid Waste Operations