When it comes to picking up trash, no one does it better than Rumpke driver Terry Russell, who was named Driver of the Year by the National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA).
Graduating seniors at high schools in Pickaway and Ross counties may be eligible for a scholarship toward their higher education through Rumpke Waste & Recycling.
Rumpke driver Ed Greene of Williamsport was named a finalist for Driver of the Year by the National Waste and Recycling Association (NWRA) for his commitment to safe driving.
Rumpke Recycling and the Logan Elm Local School District recently partnered to collect more than 35,000 aluminum cans from January to April to raise money for college scholarships.
Residents in Ross, Pickaway, Highland and Fayette counties recycled more than 7.8 million pounds in 2015, approximately 1 million pounds more than their 2014 annual record.
Rumpke Recycling and the Logan Elm Local School District recently partnered to collect more than 33,000 aluminum cans to raise money for college scholarships.
Residents looking to cash in scrap metal or aluminum cans will have a little farther to drive after March 31 when Rumpke consolidates its Circleville buy-back center with its Chillicothe location.
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