The Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District assists Hamilton County businesses increase recycling and reduce waste management costs through a variety of programs.
Benefits of Recycling
- Lowers waste disposal costs by reducing the amount of material that is landfilled.
- Projects a positive corporate image.
- Conserves energy—Recycling one ton of paper saves 4,100 kilowatts of energy
- (enough to power the average home for six months).
- Reduces reliance on landfills.
- Creates jobs—The recycling industry has a total economic impact of 169,000 jobs and $6 billion in annual wages, just in the state of Ohio.
Participate in our free materials exchange program connecting companies that generate waste with companies that can reuse or recycle that waste. To sign up or learn more, click here.
Industrial and Commercial Recyclers
Find a list of local recyclers and the types of materials they accept, click here.
Go Green Challenge
Learn about the Go Green Challenge, click here.
Free Industrial Waste Assessment
Receive a free waste assessment to help reduce costs and increase recycling. To learn more, click here.
Recycling At Work (Commercial Businesses)
Receive free assistance implementing office recycling programs. To learn more, click here.
Bar and Restaurant Recycling
If you have a bar or restaurant in Hamilton County, we are here to help make recycling easier for you. To learn more, click here.
Pollution Prevention Internship Program
Identify ways to reduce waste and save money by utilizing upper level college students in a 3-month internship program, click here.
Learn about environmental grants available to industries, click here.
Multi-Family Recycling Program
Receive free assistance developing recycling programs in multi-family dwellings. To learn more, click here.
Environmental Compliance Collaborative
Meet with local industries and regulators to discuss environmental compliance. To learn more, click here.
Learn about local businesses and industries that have received awards from the Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District, click here.
Tips to Reduce Waste at Work
Read ten tips for reducing waste in the workplace, click here.
Over 130,000 tons of food is thrown away each year. To find out how your company can donate food and reduce waste, click here.