Welcome to the Kaw Nation

Braman Recycling Center

Recycling Center

Kaw Nation Environmental Department purchased a commercial compactor in 2013 for its recycling center in Braman, Okla. Since June 2013, KNED has served north central Oklahoma in recycling collection. We have more than 32 customers in eight cities: Braman, Blackwell, Kaw City, Kildare, Shidler, Newkirk, Ponca City and Tonkawa. Keep Oklahoma Beautiful recognized the community involvement at the recycling center by giving Kaw Nation, the town of Braman and American Legion Post 259 the 2013 Team Builder award.

What can we recycle at the Braman Recycling Center?

The compactor is designed to efficiently and safely compact all recyclable materials small volumes of aluminum and plastic on an ongoing basis, as well as cardboard into bales the size of refrigerator boxes.

Let’s all pitch in and keep recycling. Contact us at 580-269-1203 with any questions about what to recycle or what can be recycled. We are looking for new and exciting projects to help the environment and tribal members every day.


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801 Washunga Drive
Kaw City, OK 74641
Telephone: (580) 269-1203
Fax: (580) 269-2368: Attn ENVIRONMENTAL
Tribal Members: If you wish to request Tribal services (mold, water, radon, soil testing, etc.), please feel free to complete the Tribal Service Request Form. We'll be happy to discuss these requests with you to further educate ourselves with your problem in order to find the best solution.
Kaw Enterprises: If you wish to schedule an Environmental, Underground Storage Tank or Food Inspection please complete the Tribal Service Request form below and indicate which type of inspection you are requesting. The KNED will contact you with an appointment time.
Schools and other Educational Institutions: If you wish to schedule a study tour and/or are requesting educational supplies, please complete the Tribal Service Request form. The KNED will contact you at our earliest convenience.
Please feel free to complete our Environmental Questionnaire. Your feedback can improve the quality of services offered by the KNED and could increase the likelihood of federal funding for specific projects. If you are an enrolled Tribal member, your participation is strongly encouraged.
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