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Residential Resources

RECYCLING MATERIALS
RECYCLING GUIDE

Your interactive recycling guide. Check if your everyday jars, jugs, tubs and containers are recyclable curbside.

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ELECTRONICS RECYCLING

Electronics are banned from landfills. Residential customers can schedule a special electronic waste pickup online.

HARD TO HANDLE

Your guide to responsible disposal of bulk items, appliances, hazardous waste, electronics, batteries and more.

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YARD WASTE STICKERS

Locate your nearest business or Homewood Disposal location to purchase yard waste stickers.

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WENDY THE WASTE TRUCK

Join the largest mascot in the country, as he protects the planet with kids and parents. Recycling mascot Wendy has also become a sought after attraction at many community events.

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RECYCLING EDUCATION

Each year nearly 1500 students participate in our recycling education program. Students and community groups benefit from our exciting classroom presentations and interactive on-site tours.

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WHY COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS?

Leveraging the power of compressed natural gas is part of our commitment to the next generation. Clean burning Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) has many advantages.

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HDS ENERGY – CNG FOR YOU

HDS Energy provides compressed natural gas (CNG) public fueling to the Chicago transportation corridor. Pull up and fuel up at our Homewood, Illinois  and Gary. Indiana stations.

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RECYCLING FACILITY

Sorting hundreds of tons of your recyclables each day is no small process. We can handle it. Diversified Recycling is one of the largest recycling facilities in the Midwest.

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TRANSFER STATIONS

Three transfer stations serve Illinois and Northwest Indiana. All sites are open to the public; accepting loads of garbage, yard waste, recycling and construction material.