Kalix Recycling Center Downsizing operations

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Kalix is a non-profit organization which provides individualized residential and vocational services to people with disabilities.

Our Mission

To support privacy, dignity & purpose for all people.

Our organization is based in Minot, North Dakota with offices also located in Belcourt/Rolla, Grand Forks, North Dakota. Kalix is accredited by CQL (The Council on Quality and Leadership) and licensed by the North Dakota Department of Human Services.

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Kalix Recycling Center Downsizes Recycling Operations

Minot, North Dakota –December 20, 2019 – Effective February 2020, the only products accepted and processed at the Kalix Recycling Center will be confidential documents and mixed office paper. Kalix will continue picking up confidential documents, public drop-off events will be scheduled occasionally, and drop-off may be arranged by calling 855-909-9729. January 31st will be the last day for regular hours. “The decision to downsize operations was based on a variety of factors, but the...
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Household Hazardous Waste Collection in Minot

The City of Minot will be collecting hazardous waste and E-waste on May 17 and 18 at the Public Works Building. The collection will include: desktop and laptop computers, printers, televisions, media players, cell phones, tablets, old batteries, and other electronics, paint, stains, varnishes, solvents, oil, pesticides, herbicides, and car care products. More information and to learn how the collection process works, visit the City of Minot's Hazardous Waste Collection page.

Kalix Recycling Center Celebrates 25 Years of Service to the Minot Community

The Kalix Recycling Center opened in June 1994 to offer Minot and area residents an opportunity to have a positive impact on the environment by recycling various commodities.  For the last 25 years, residents of northwest North Dakota have utilized the Kalix program to recycle more than 153,000,000 pounds of materials including cardboard, paper, newspaper, magazines, aluminum cans, tin cans, and plastic bottles.  Recycling saves raw materials, landfill space, and energy (it takes less energy...
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