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Anaconda and Deer Lodge County
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Billings
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Bozeman and Gallatin County
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Broadwater County, Townsend

Butte

Choteau and Teton County
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Great Falls and Cascade County

Havre
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Helena and Lewis and Clark County
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Jefferson County (Scroll down or click on FAQ)

Kalispell and Flathead Valley
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Lake County
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Livingston & Park County
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Miles City
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Missoula
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Yellowstone Area
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Landfill locations & materials accepted

Fort Belknap: Aluminum cans are collected in recycling containers at Hays, Lodge Pole and Fort Belknap Agency. The Fort Belknap Environmental Department is asking tribal programs, businesses and local schools to participate, as well as the public.

Headwaters Recycling Cooperative maintains a website listing drop-off locations within the communities that are part of the Cooperative.

The Recycle Montana organization maintains a website which lists locations across Montana that accept certain materials for recycling.

Earth 911.org

Earth 911 is a cool, interactive website that provides information on recycling and pollution prevention. Just type in your zip code to find recycling locations and learn what and where to recycle near you. If there is no local recycling, the site lists the nearest recycling centers.

OurEarth.org is a non-profit organization which promotes environmental education and awareness. This site contains links to some information on hard-to-recycle items in MT, including packing peanuts and plastic ring carriers.

Stay up with the latest news on recycling and pollution prevention by receiving occasional emails from DEQ staff regarding new developments. To subscribe to the Waste P2 email list, enter your name and email list on this page: Email Subscription List and check the box for DEQ Waste P2 List.