Welcome to Washler Inc!
Washler Construction was founded in 1997.  In the begining Washler Construction specialized in new home construction. In 2012 we changed the name to Washler Inc and discontinued most construction services.

Our primary focus now is providing outstanding trash and recycling services to Dekalb, Steuben, Allen, Noble, and Whitley counties. 

Has your garbage bill been going up?  The national companies that haul trash in our area think it is just normal business to raise your rates every few months just to see if they can make a little extra off of you.  See our "Why Washler?" page for more information on charges.

Washler, Inc is the only garbage and recyling company in our service area with a fleet of split body trucks that are capable of collecting both trash and recycling materials at the same time.

All recycling materials are collected in a single stream.  This means you do not have to sort your recyclables.  Put them all into one conatiner and let us do the sorting for you.  With single stream recycling and our split body trucks, no one makes recycling easier than we do.

Thanks you for taking the time to look through our website.  We look forward to serving you.
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Contact Info
3435 County Road 52
Auburn, IN 46706

P: 260.925.8427

info@washler.net

Help Kick Breast Cancer to the Curb!

We just received a shipment of pink garbage cans.  For each can we purchase $5.00 is donated to the American Cancer Society for the fight against breast cancer.  If you would like to show your support of the fight against breast cancer with a pink garbage can we will add $5.00 to your bill and that money will be donated to the American Cancer Society.  Please call or email us and we will swap out your current can for a pink can. Thanks for helping to kick breast cancer to the curb!
To begin your service please call 260.925.8427 or email your name, address, and phone number to: Info@washler.net
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March 12: Do to the snow we pulled the trucks off the road today, we completed enough today that we should be able to finish Wednesday and Thursday routes on Thursday.  If we can not complete everything on Thursday we will finish on Friday morning.  Thank you for your patience.