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About Brown County Solid Waste Authority

Purpose - The Brown County Solid Waste Authority (BCSWA) is responsible for planning how solid waste and recycling are managed in Brown County, Ohio. Each  county in Ohio is required by Ohio EPA to be in a solid waste management district, and to implement a plan to reduce reliance on landfills and meet recycling goals.

Board - The BCSWA Board is composed of 9 members,      3 of which are the Brown County Commissioners. The Board meets on the 2nd Thursday of every month, at 8am.  Meetings are open to the public and are held at the office of the Brown County Commissioners, located at 800 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown.

Funding - Funding to implement the BCSWA plan comes from a tipping fee on all waste disposed at the Rumpke Landfill in Brown County.

   2024 BCSWA Meetings   

    800 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown

  • Thurs. Jan 11th, 8am 

  • Thurs. Feb. 8th, 8am

  • Thurs. March 14th, 8am

  • Thurs. Apr. 11th, 8am

  • Thurs. May 9th, 8am

  • Thurs June 13th, 8am

  • Thurs. July 11th, 8am

  • Thurs. Aug. 8th, 8am

  • Thurs. Sept. 12th, 8am

  • Thurs. Oct. 10th, 8am

  • Thurs. Nov. 14th, 8am

  • Thurs. Dec. 12th, 8am

Click below for a pdf of the   

2020 Solid Waste Plan

2020 BCSWA Solid Waste Plan

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