Restricted Use Site 910 Camp Comfort Road (605) 645-3345 This site accepts cardboard, used oil, scrap metal, tires and more. Visit CityofSpearfish.com to get more information for costs on recycling appliances, electronics, and other household items.
Northern Hills Recycling Center/ Refuse Solutions Inc. 800 Chamber St. (605) 723-7723 This site is unable to accept any paper, household chemicals, hazardous waste, appliances, styrofoam, and several other items. Please review the full list at RefuseSolutionsInc.com before bringing your recyclables.
Adams Salvage Recycling & Recovery (Tri-City Rubble Site) 21314 Yellow Creek Road, Lead (605) 920-8957
R & N Recycling 3150 Whitewood Service Rd., Sturgis (605) 347-5785 R & N has almost 30 years of experience aiding the recycling efforts in Sturgis; they accept aluminum, copper, tin, iron, and brass.
Sturgis’ Main Collection Site South of exit 32 on Dickson Drive The site is set up to accept cardboard, glass, plastic, metals, newspaper/magazines/catalogs, as well as tree branches and grass clippings. In 2011, Sturgis was awarded a $25,000 grant from the state to implement recycling; the city hopes to provide curbside collections in the future but has no current pickup in place.
Rapid City was one of three towns in South Dakota to receive a grant of $148,000. The recipients of the grant were announced early in January this year, and a majority of the funds will go toward building a 30-foot fence that will trap plastic bags and garbage from blowing out of the landfill and into the community. Janice Knight, the project administrator for the Rapid City Solid Waste Division, told reporters, “Solid waste is always changing and the city is turning its focus toward recycling.”
There are more than 15 drop-off sites in and around Rapid City, as well as curbside pickup. Residents can use drop-off sites for cardboard, paper, electronics, batteries and more. Curbside pickup should only be used for glass, most plastics and aluminum/steel cans.
Sanders Sanitation Service 12365 Hall Dr. (605) 673-3174
Hot Springs Curbside Recycling 303 N. River St. (605) 745-3135 Curbside recycling accepts glass, most plastics, aluminum and steel cans
City Shop off Hwy 18 Truck Bypass Collects any yard waste (grass clippings, branches, etc.)
Keep Hot Springs Beautiful keephotspringsbeautiful.org This organization takes aluminum cans at the trailer parked in the Bomgaars’ parking lot (2701 Hwy 18 W). They also host a Super Recycling Event 2x each year to collect scrap metal, old appliances, and more. Visit their website for more information.
Hippie Haven in Rapid City can take any unwanted or old makeup products at no charge to you. If you’re emptying your purse and find multiple old lipsticks or blush containers, drive over and drop them off during business hours: Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.