The Muncie Sanitary District (MSD), created under Indiana State law in 1968 by the action of an Ordinance of the City of Muncie, Ind., provides services to the public in the areas of code enforcement, engineering, sanitation, sewer maintenance, storm water management, water pollution control and recycling. In addition to these services, the MSD maintains a statewide position of leadership in green infrastructure through its commitment to programs and initiatives that make the Muncie community a better place to live.

The MSD initiated the Blue Bag Recycling Program in Muncie. Now, 48% of the waste stream is recycled, creating a greener Muncie. This program earned the National Green City Award and the Governor's Award of Excellence. The MSD's newest project is GreenLine, the first compressed natural gas station in ECI.