1974 Outagamie County Department of Solid Waste established.
1975 West Landfill opens.
1979 62 Acre west landfill site completed.
1984 Landfill Gas Recovery System operational.
94 acre East Landfill expansion.
Special Waste Policy program begins.
Household Hazardous Waste Clean Sweep begins.
1986 Site expansion now encompasses 300 acres.
1989 Yard Materials shredding program begins.
1990 Tire recycling program begins.
1991 Appliance recycling program begins.
Landfill Gas Co-Generation system is operational.
1992 Agricultural Clean Sweep implemented.
1993 Waste Oil recycling program begins.
Material Recovery Facility (MRF) opens (recyclables).
1994 Utilization of waste glass in road projects begins.
Paper sorting line installed at MRF.
1996 Warehouse addition to MRF to store baled recyclables.
2003 Tri-County Regional Operation begins.
2005 Transfer Station opens (trash).
Gas to Energy system implemented.
2006 Computer and Florescent Bulb recycling begins.
2007 Pharmaceutical collection established.
2008 Concrete recycling begins.
Agriculture plastic recycling pilot program.
Ballast Recycling begins.
2009 Tri-County Single-Stream Recycling Facility opens.
2010 Permanent drug drop boxes established in Appleton and Seymour.
Electronics Recycling becomes state law.
Permanent HHW collection established.
2011 Waste Oil Filters and Absorbent recycling becomes state law.
2012 Tri-County Regional Landfill operations shift to Outagamie County's Northeast Landfill.
2013 Mattress & Box spring recycling 1 year pilot.