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Recycling, Solid Waste And Wonderful Facts About Wapakoneta, OH
Refuse and Recycling
The town does offer weekly tree lawn recycling services. However, you must purchase tags at the Public Works Department for certain items.
- City of Wapakoneta Department of Public Works – 110 E. Harrison Street, Wapakoneta, OH 45895
- contact the office at 419-738-3223.
- Hours are Monday through Friday 7:30 til 4. Closed on Saturdays and Sundays
Tags prices for various items can be found here on the Refuse/recycling page of the City Hall Website. The recycling tags can be bought at City Hall at 701 Parlette Court.
Refuse is picked up on the same day of your recycling services.
Wapakoneta Tree Commission
The city has a tree commission and is given advice from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. The village is a “Tree City USA,” and there are certain standards that must be met each year. The State of Ohio, as of this writing, has the most number of Tree Cities in the whole country numbering 244 cities. And this is the 33rd year that our Great State has been number one.
Wonderful Facts About Wapakoneta, OH
Wapakoneta is was founded in 1782 and the population as of today is 9,800. The town is the birthplace of the most famous man in the world, Neil Armstrong, the first man on the Moon. (Take that North Carolina) The city sits on the Auglaize River. The village has 9 parks that provide residents and visitors alike with many fun activities. Some of which are tennis courts, a water park, playgrounds, picnic areas, and a dog park. There is also a boat ramp to take advantage of the river, baseball diamonds, and soccer fields. Screenwriter (Stagecoach) Dudley Nichols was born here.
Wapakoneta Solar Farm
Since 2013 the town has produced electricity from the city’s Solar Farm. Currently, there are 12,600 solar panels with a maximum power output of 2,340 Kw and an output voltage of 12, 470 volts. 3,750,000 kilowatts of energy per year is being produced with 7,800,000 pounds of CO2 pollution is disappearing from our atmosphere.
Solar Farm Data in The United States and The World
America has 27.2 gigawatts of solar energy with one million installations nationwide. However, according to the Pulitzer Prize-winning e-mag, “inside climate news,” it only accounts for 1 percent of electricity in America. Researches believe that over the next fifty years that solar capacity would have to increase 100-fold just to level off emissions.
Germany and China are the world’s leaders in solar installations with each country producing 40 gigawatts and 43.2 gigawatts respectively. China’s solar output is only one percent of total energy output while Germany’s is a whopping 7.5% of the country’s net output.
Until the expenses of using solar panels drop, as of now its anywhere from 5 to 12 times more expensive than hydro, coal, or nuclear, it will never be a viable alternative. The main sticking point is that semiconductor material is costly and until the tech geniuses can find a way to make panels cheaper it will be a steep climb. But, this is America, and a breakthrough could happen at any time.