Meet the Staff of the Howard County Recycling District!
Working in a spring garden.

Over the last month, the Howard County Recycling District has under gone some changes that we are excited to share with you! Tracy Williams, who has served as the District’s Secretary for the last 8 years, has donned a new hat and will be serving as the Education Coordinator. And the HCRD is pleased to welcome Tammy Shelley as the new District Secretary.

The Howard County Recycling District Secretary Tammy Shelley

Tammy comes to us after 21 years with Kokomo School Corporation where she served most recently as the secretary to the assistant superintendent. She is excited to be a part of the staff and to begin this new chapter of her life.

Tracy has assisted the education coordinator throughout the years while serving as secretary, and is excited to continue to teach Howard County residents, young and old, the importance of recycling and living sustainably.

With these two additions, the full-time staff at the District is complete. Here is the staff of your Howard County Recycling District:

Mikki Jeffers: Executive Director- 25 years with the District

April Johnston: Recycling Technician- 19 years with the District

Tracy Williams: Education Coordinator- 8 years with the District

Ethan Sharp: Warehouse Technician- 5 months with the District

Tammy Shelley: Secretary

  1. Nancy L Myers

    My large bin recycling container was cracked on the front. After it was picked up today 18 March, a large piece actually broke off and the recycling personnel threw it in the truck. Now there is a large hole in the bin. I called to ask for a new one but was informed it may be weeks before it can be replaced! This is unacceptable as I recycle a lot each week. I hope it can be replaced this week so I can recycle next Monday.

    • Tracy Williams

      I’m sorry you are having trouble with your recycling container! Unfortunately, we are not associated with curbside recycling in Kokomo. You would need to call the Kokomo Street Department @ 765-453-4030. It does sound like maybe you have already spoken to them? Until you get your new tote, you are welcome to use the overflow bins located at 1701 N Market St, Kokomo, or any of the recycling bins located in Howard County. They are located at Western High School-beside the tennis courts, Northwestern Schools-beside the softball diamonds, Russiaville Town Hall-behind the building, and KHCPL south branch on Center Road. Hopefully, this gives you options until your new tote arrives.


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