Public Works Department

  1. 2018 Water Quality Report

    The City of Lebanon Water Department is pleased to inform you that your drinking water meets or exceeds all federal and state requirements. View the most recent Water Quality Report. Continue Reading...
  2. Thank you for your patience…

    The Solid Waste Facility is also undergoing some onsite construction. The old scale house is being replaced with an energy efficient structure to better serve our staff and our customers. The project is slated for completion in September. Continue reading...
  3. Recycling Right

    The current state of affairs in global recycling markets is rapidly changing. Overseas markets are collapsing and no longer accepting foreign scrap. In order to stay competitive, it's more important than ever to make sure we are "recycling right." Continue reading...
  4. 2017 Solid Waste Year End Report

    Did you know that in 2017, the Recycling Center collected more than 7.5 miles of fluorescent tubes and 3,064 compact fluorescent bulbs; more than the distance from the landfill to City Hall if they were laid end-to-end? Read the report to learn more! Continue reading...
  1. Textile Recycling

    The Lebanon Recycling Center will once again be accepting textiles for recycling. Find out which items are accepted and where to dispose them. Continue reading...
  2. Learning the 3 Rs to Eliminate Waste

    The 3R’s: REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE is a commonly heard phrase but what does it mean? This week we are focusing on the first R: REDUCE. Reducing waste seems like an obvious place to start but waste reduction can be tricky and requires a bit of planning. Continue reading...
  3. Recycling Saves More than Ca$h

    The EPA estimates that nearly 75% of our waste could be recycled or composted. Recycling saves money but in other ways as well. Learn more about how your recycling efforts benefited the Lebanon Solid Waste Facility in 2017. Continue reading...
  4. 2018 Waste Reduction/Recycling Resolution

    January is a wonderful time of year to start a “good” habit", go on a diet, learn a new language, read a good book. This year, along with the new gym membership and the kale, why not add reducing your waste to your list of resolutions? Continue Reading...
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