Starting May 1st, the Kalix Recycling Center will no longer be open on Mondays. Our new hours will be Tuesday-Friday 11:00AM-5:30PM and Saturday 11:00AM-4:00PM. Check out https://www.kalixnd.org/recycling/#recycle-materials for the list of recyclables we accept. We continue to look forward to your business.
Kalix was recently featured; alongside another local Minot business, by KMOT for our effort to bring easy, eco-conscious recycling solutions to the community and local business. To view the entire article and video, click here: https://www.kfyrtv.com/content/news/-Local-businesses-effort-to-recycle-in-Minot-508182111.html. As a reminder, Earth Day is April 22nd and the Minot’s annual Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection is May... Read More
Donations to the Kalix Sensory Garden, from now until the end of December, will be doubled by the “Twice Blessed” program through the St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation (up to $5,000). For more information, watch the press conference or visit the Twice Blessed website to donate!
KMOT did a three-part story on recycling in Minot. View all three parts of the series below
We’re excited to partner with the City of Minot to bring a free E-waste collection event to Minot residents. Bring your electronics to the Public Works at 1025 31st St SE on May 11th & 12th and the city will take care of recycling fees!
Come celebrate Earth Day with us at the Kalix Recycling Center! During the week of Earth Day, April 16th through 21st, you will earn double tokens for recyclables (excluding aluminum) that can be used like cash at Marketplace Foods. No coupon necessary! Save your aluminum for Friday, April 20th, when you will receive a premium... Read More
After Black Friday and Cyber Monday comes GIVING TUESDAY – a national day set aside to take a break from the craziness of shopping and give back to our communities. Your gift gives normal opportunities to people with disabilities – opportunities to work on skills, visit family, and participate in life! Studies show that spending... Read More
Why recycle electronics? Keep it out of the landfill keep hazardous materials out of the landfill – lead, mercury, and other substances in electronics may harm the environment if not managed properly landfill space is expensive – all recycling helps reduce need for additional landfill space Recover and re-use raw materials in the electronics conserves... Read More
Farm Credit Services of North Dakota is proud to announce that it has awarded $25,000 to Kalix as a recipient of the Rural Community Grant Fund (RCGF). The grant funds will help them purchase a vehicle to support people with disabilities. Blaine DesLauriers, Board Chair, and Borgi Beeler, President/CEO, from Kalix, are pleased to accept... Read More