Tracy, Iowa 50256
M-F: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
S: 7:30 - Noon
Malcom, Iowa 50157
M-F: 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
S: 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
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Welcome to the SCISWA Home Page
The South Central Iowa Solid Waste Agency (SCISWA) is a four-county inter-governmental unit serving Lucas, Marion, Monroe and Poweshiek Counties. The Agency area, which was formed in 1994, consists of 26 towns including Victor in Iowa County. The counties and cities in the Agency area joined forces so they could manage waste in the most effective and cost-efficient way possible and to better meet state and federal regulations.
2016 Upcoming Events
- Agency board meetings 2nd Wednesday of each month (no August meeting)
- Monday, July 4, 2016 - Closed for Independence Day
- Monday, September 5, 2016 - Closed for Labor Day
- Thursday, November 24, 2016 - Closed for Thanksgiving Day
- Saturday, December 24, 2016 - Normal Saturday hours for Christmas Eve
- Monday, December 26, 2016 - Closed for Christmas (observed)
- Saturday, December 31, 2016 - Normal Saturday hours for New Year's Eve
- Monday, January 2, 2017 - Closed for New Year's Day (observed)
Landfill Operator Position
SCISWA is looking to fill the position of Landfill Operator at our main location. For more information, please see this application.
The winners for this year's poster contest are available here. Thank you for everyone who submitted an entry.
Now Accepting Grass Clippings and Leaf Debris
We are excited to announce that the SCISWA Landfill is now accepting grass clippings and leaf debris for no charge. Any brush, branches, and tree trimmings remain at $25 per ton.
SCISWA's Environmental Management System
See how SCISWA is working to make a difference with I CAN.
SCISWA has been awarded a partial grant for the purchase of 2 AED's at the landfill and transfer station.
Asphalt Shingle Recycling Comes to Poweshiek County
The Poweshiek Transfer Station has opened a recycling drop-off for clean asphalt shingles. With the new program, roofing companies and residents can save money and help the environment by separating asphalt shingles from other roofing materials during projects. The recovered asphalt shingles are dropped in a separate storage bunker at the Transfer Station and hauled to a processing facility when a full semi-load has been accumulated.
SCISWA is providing a $20 per ton discount from standard disposal rates for the separated shingles. However, contaminants (including wood, plastic and vinyl, felt, and other garbage) are being handled as waste. If not separated, SCISWA staff will charge the full disposal rate for the mixed load.
Shingles from roofing projects on single family homes (including multi-family dwellings up to a 4-plex) are not required to be tested for asbestos.
For shingles from commercial buildings (businesses and multi-family dwellings with more than 4 units), the contractor must provide certification and test results documenting that the recovered shingles do not contain asbestos
How to Recycle Household Batteries
There is a difference in household batteries. Some should be recycled; some should still go out with the trash. And, frequently you will need to read the label to know which is which.
Read more to find out what you should recycle and what you shouldn’t.
Site Last Updated: 6/9/2016