Recycling in Lawton

Person having access to Fort Sill can use the Fort Sill Recycling Center located at 3330 NE Sheridan Rd, Fort Sill OK 73503

Private Recycling Services

 J's Recycling offers recycling service. For more information, visit the following Web page:

 Wal-Mart stores accept plastic grocery bags for recycling.

 Home Depot and Lowes stores accept CFL bulbs for recycling.

Check with auto parts stores in Lawton for recycling of used motor oil and auto batteries.

 Look in the Yellow Pages under "Recycling Centers & Services" for other types of recycling.

Recycling Computers and Computer Parts

 Goodwill-1203 SW Lee Blvd, Lawton OK 73501

Recycling tips


The first step in the recycling process is reducing. Here are some tips to reduce the amount of trash we produce:

 Look for containers that can be reused or recycled, like aluminum and glass or ones that can be composted like paper.

 Buy in bulk or concentrated products whenever you can.

 Avoid items that are made to be thrown away after only a few uses like disposable razors or flashlights.

 Look for products you can use over and over again like thermos jars, rechargeable batteries, cloth towels, glass plates, etc.

 Look for creative ways to practice source reduction.


The second step in the recycling process is Reusing. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

 Save your plastic and paper bags to reuse instead of throwing them away.

 Store your leftover food in glass or plastic containers.

 Use the back side of paper you were going to throw away for a scratch pad.

 Save manila envelopes and file folders to use again.

 Start a backyard compost bin for kitchen scraps and yard waste.

 Use old newspapers as packing material.


The third step of the recycling process is to Recycle. Here are some tips to get you started:

 Separate your waste at home and set aside your aluminum, plastics, and newspapers for recycling.

 Take your used motor oil and batteries to a recycler.

 Watch for collection dates so you can recycle your phone book.

 Encourage your employer to start an office paper recycling program.

 Recycle your old tires.