Electronics Recycling Event

Saturday, July 11, 2020

9:00 a.m.

NAPA Parking Lot

Click this link to see the list of ACCEPTABLE and UNACCEPTABLE items


Recycle Bowl 2019

Congratulations to Garfield Elementary!  Their school collected 2.23 pounds of recycling per student during the contest which started October 15th and concluded on November 14th.  Washington Middle School was a close second collecting 2.20 pounds per student.  KMCB board president, Lorretta Rebsom Stein, accompanied by Sarah Logeman, Ken Stein and Sue Stanton Morlock, presented a certificate of achievement and a check for $100 at a Garfield school assembly.

Recycling Opportunity:  Junk Vehicles


Do you own a vehicle that won’t run and you have no way to dispose of it?  Good news!  These vehicles can be reused or recycled.  An eyesore in your backyard could become cash in your pocket.  Help is a phone call away!  

You can call these local businesses for quotes and to see if you qualify for free towing.

Border Steel - (406) 874-7428 - 12 Peggy Ln, Miles City, MT 59301

Border pays for vehicles that they crush for recycled steel.  Vehicle owner is responsible for removal of fluids prior to towing.

Northside Auto Dismantlers - (406) 234-3030 - 2700 Edgewood St, Miles City, MT 59301


Northside uses the vehicles for parts.  Vehicles are hauled to the Northside property and once usable parts have been removed, they are crushed for recycled steel.  Removal of fluids from the vehicles is not required.  Northside will donate $20 to KMCB for every referral so be sure to mention us if you use their service!

Thank you for keeping Miles City beautiful!

Recycling Bins in the parks from Dr. Pepper/Snapple

     20 recycle bins are now available to residents of Miles City.  The bins were installed at the end of June.  42 bags of recyclables have been collected to date.  Keep Miles City Beautiful board members have been collecting and delivering the cans and bottles to EMI.  
     This is another advantage of being an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful.  Many of our ongoing projects, including Adopt a Pot, were created as a result of start-up grants administered by Keep America Beautiful.

Keep Miles City Beautiful, in November 2010, became an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, the nation’s largest nonprofit community improvement and education organization.  KAB believes that we each have an obligation to preserve our communities.  Through the work of individuals, we collectively have a huge impact on the world.

Become a Volunteer
Volunteers are needed for cleanups April through October and for America Recycles Day in November.  The Adopt-a-Spot program appreciates groups and families who adopt designated sites for cleanup.

Call KMCB at 951-0967 for more information. Learn More

In the Community
KMCB volunteers participate in a host of ongoing and one-time projects in Miles City.  Activities include Adopt-a-Pot, Adopt-a-Spot, Bucking Horse Sale and Fairgrounds Recycling, Great American Cleanup and more.

Subpages (1): Adopt a Neighborhood