Recycling in Your Community

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Residential Recycling in Hamilton County Communities

Forty-eight different political jurisdictions fall within the Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District and almost all provide some form of recycling program for their residents. The most common recycling programs are:

  • Contracted Recycling Service: Some communities, like the City of Cincinnati, use tax dollars to contract out a recycling program and charge little or no direct fee to their residents for curbside recycling collection.
  • Subscription Recycling Service: Some communities, like Anderson Township, Green Township, Delhi Township, etc., allow residents to choose a waste hauler and recycling services and individually subscribe with a waste hauler for curbside recycling collection. Individual subscription means the resident will be charged.
  • Self Haul: Some communities, like Cincinnati, Cheviot, Indian Hill, Lockland and St. Bernard also use tax dollars to pick up their residents' garbage and/or recycling.
  • Recycling Drop-Off Locations: Approximately 2/3 of Hamilton County communities offer recycling locations where residents can drop off recyclables at no cost. Many communities offer drop offs in addition to a curbside recycling program.

 

Updated 4/14

To learn about recycling in your community, scroll down to your community listing below, or click on an alphabetical link on the left.

Updated 4/14

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Addyston - Village residents are billed directly for weekly waste and recycling services provided by Rumpke. The following items can be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

To get a recycling bin, call Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107.

For more information, contact the Village at 513-941-1313 or visit www.addystonohio.org.

Amberley - Garbage and recycling collection services are provided to Amberley Village residents through a contract with Rumpke. Residents may request a recycling cart from Rumpke Recycling by calling 800-582-3107.

Recyclables are collected once a week on the same day as trash. The following items can be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

To get a recycling cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107.

Amberley Village also has a recycling drop-off at their Municipal Building, 7149 Ridge Road, that accept the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

For more information, contact the Village at 513-531-8675 or visit www.amberleyvillage.org.

Anderson Township - A Recycling Drop-Off is located at the Anderson Township Operations Center/Fire Department, 7954 Beechmont Avenue (near the Park & Ride). The following items can be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food). Plastic bags are also collected at this location - place empty plastic bags in the container marked "Plastic bags only."

Anderson Township residents must set up both garbage and recycling services with an area hauler - either Rumpke or Republic Services.

  • Residents that recycle through Rumpke Recycling can recycle the following items at the curb: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). Rumpke provides weekly curbside recycling services. To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107.
  • Residents that recycle through Republic Services can recycle the following items at the curb: plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, and cardboard (please flatten to conserve space) and clean pizza boxes (please remove food). CSI provides every-other-week recycling collection. To sign up for service with Republic Services call 513-771-4200.  


For more information, contact Anderson Township at 513-688-8400 or visit www.andersontownship.org.

Arlington Heights - Arlington Heights garbage collection is provided to residents through a contract with Rumpke and does not include curbside recycling. Residents of the Arlington Heights must subscribe with Rumpke Recycling for weekly curbside recycling services. The following items are accepted in the curbside program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107. There will be a small monthly fee.

For more information, contact Arlington Heights at 513-821-2076 or www.arlingtonheightsohio.org.

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Blue Ash - The City of Blue Ash offers weekly garbage and curbside recycling service to its residents through a contract with Rumpke. The following items are accepted: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food),  paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or recycling cart, call 513-745-8538.

The City of Blue Ash also has three recycling drop-offs that accept the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The drop-offs are located at:


For more information, visit www.blueash.com or 513-745-8538.

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Cheviot - The City of Cheviot's public works department picks up garbage for residents and currently, does not offer curbside recycling for residents but offers three recycling drop-offs for its residents only. The drop-offs are located at:


The drop-offs accept the following materials: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

For more information, contact the City of Cheviot at 513-661-2700 or visit www.cheviot.org.

Cincinnati - The City of Cincinnati's public services department picks up residents garbage that, beginning, October 7, 2013, will  only be picked up in a city issued black garbage cart.  No additional bags or trash cans will be collected. Contact the City at 513-591-6000 or www.5916000.com for pick up of tires, appliances, furniture, etc.  View the memo from City Manager, Milton Dohoney regarding garbage, recycling, yardwaste and large item pick up. The City also offers every other week collection of  recycling through a contract with Rumpke Recycling. The following items are accepted in the curbside program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

To get a recycling cart, contact the City of Cincinnati at 513-352-3200.  For more information or to view the every other week pick up schedule, visit www.cincinnati-oh.gov/recycling/

The City will also pick up yardwaste separately (meaning the material goes to a composting facility versus the landfill) on the same every other week schedule as recycling.

The City of Cincinnati also has thirteen recycling drop-off locations that accept the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The drop-offs are located at:

  • 250 William Howard Taft (containers located in rear parking lot, enter off of Highland)
  • College Hill - 6128 Hamilton Avenue at North Bend Road (Behind the coffee shop)
  • Dunham Park - 4320 Guerley Road (containers located in parking lot behind playground)
  • Findlay Market - 1817 Race Street
  • Hyde Park - Ault Park - 5090 Observatory Circle (large parking lot closest to Ault Pavilion)
  • North Avondale - 617 Clinton Springs
  • Northside, Building Value (a building reuse store), 4040 Spring Grove Avenue
  • Schmidt Field -150 St. Peter (off of Eastern Avenue)
  • Downtown - Parking area located at W. Court Street & Cutter Street
  • Downtown - Parking area located Third and Butler Streets
  • Downtown - Parking area located at Third Street and Central Avenue
  • Downtown - The Hamilton County Public Library near the library book return at Ninth Street between Vine Street & Walnut Street
  • Westwood - Maple Ridge Lodge Park - 3040 Western Northern Boulevard


For more information, visit www.cincinnati-oh.gov or 513-591-6000.

Cleves - Garbage collection is provided to residents through a contract with Rumpke and does not include curbside recycling. Residents of the Village of Cleves must subscribe with Rumpke Recycling for weekly curbside recycling services. The following items are accepted in the curbside program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107.

Cleves also has a recycling drop-off that accepts the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The drop-off is located at:

  • 680 North Miami Avenue, next to the Post Office, in front of the big blue Village of Cleves Maintenance Building.


For more information, visit www.cleves.org or 513-941-5127.

Colerain Township - Residents of Colerain Township must subscribe a waste hauler (Rumpke or Republic Services) for weekly garbage collection. The following items are accepted in the curbside recycling program (Currently, only Rumpke provides this service): all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107 if your garbage service is through Rumpke.  Republic Services only offers garbage collection in Colerain Township. To sign up for garbage service with Republic Services contact them at 513-771-4200.

Colerain Township also has two recycling drop-off's that accepts the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The drop-offs are located at:


For more information, visit www.coleraintwp.org or 513-385-7500.

Columbia Township - Columbia Township offers weekly garbage and curbside recycling services through a contract with Rumpke. The following items are accepted: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or 64-gallon recycling cart, contact Columbia Township at 513-561-6046.

For more information, visit www.columbiatwp.org or 513-561-6046.

Crosby Township - Rumpke is the only waste hauler that services Crosby Township and curbside recycling is only offered through Rumpke through an individual subscription. The following items are accepted: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107.

Crosby Township also has three recycling drop-off's that accept the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The drop-offs are located at:


For more information, visit www.crosbytwp.org or 513-738-1440.

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Deer Park - The City of Deer Park offers weekly garbage and curbside recycling once per week through a contract with Rumpke. The following items are accepted: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or request a recycling cart, contact Deer Park at 513-794-8860.

Deer Park also has a recycling drop-off that accepts the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The drop-off is located at:

 

For more information, visit www.deerpark-oh.gov/ or 513-794-8860.

Delhi Township - Two companies provide garbage & recycling service in Delhi Township; Rumpke and Best Way. Residents must sign-up for recycling with their waste hauler. The following items are accepted in the curbside recyclihng program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To set up garbage service and/or get a recycling bin or cart through Rumpke Recycling, contact them at 800-582-3107.

If a resident wants to sign up for garbage & recycling service (65 & 96 gallon carts) through Best Way, contact them at 800-354-1830.

Delhi Township also has a recycling drop-off that accepts the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The drop-off is located at:


For more information, visit www.delhi.oh.us or 513-922-3111.

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Elmwood Place - Elmwood Place residents must sign-up for recycling with their waste hauler. The following items are accepted in the curbside program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107.

For more information, visit www.villageofelmwoodplace.com or 513-242-2578.

Evendale - The Village of Evendale offers weekly curbside garbage and recycling services through a contract with Republic Services. The following items are accepted in the curbside program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

To get a recycling cart, contact the Village Public Works Department at 513-563-4338.

For more information, visit www.evendaleohio.org or 513-563-2244.

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Fairfax - The Village offers weekly curbside waste and recycling services through a contract with Rumpke. The following items can be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-527-3107. Residents also have the option to rent or purchase a recycling cart from Rumpke. Contact Rumpke at 800-582-3107 for this service.

For more information, visit http://vil.fairfax.oh.us/ or 513-527-6503.

Forest Park - The City offers weekly curbside recycling and waste services through a contract with Rumpke. The following items are accepted in the curbside program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). Residents may request a 18-gallon recycling bin or a 64-gallon recycling toter.
To get a recycling bin or toter, call the Forest Park Awareness Program at 513-595-5263.

Forest Park also has three recycling drop-off's located at:

  • Kroger 1212 W. Kemper Road Forest Park, OH 45240

Items accepted: magazines, newspaper, junk mail, office paper, fax paper, folders, catalogs

Items accepted: Aluminum cans only

For more information on the environmental programs offered by Forest Park, call 513-595-5263, or visit www.forestpark.org.

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Glendale - The Village of Glendale offers weekly curbside garbage and recycling through a contract with Rumpke. For recycling, residents may request a 65-gallon cart or an 18-gallon recycling bin. The following items are accepted in the program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

To request a recycling cart or bin, call the Village at 513-771-7200 or visit http://www.glendaleohio.org/.

Golf Manor - The Village offers weekly waste services through a contract with Rumpke. Every resident is provided a 95-gallon wheeled garbage cart and an 65-gallon recycling cart (contact Rumpke to request a 35-gallon recycling cart). Recycling is collected every other week and garbage pickup is weekly. Contact Golf Manor for a pick up schedule at 513-531-7418.

Residents can recycle the following items at the curb: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). Rumpke provides every other week curbside recycling services. To get a recycling cart, contact  Rumpke or 800-582-3107.


For more information, visit www.golfmanor.org or 513-531-7418.

Green Township - Green Township residents must sign-up for garbage service with a waste hauler (Rumpke or Best Way). The following items are accepted in the curbside recycling  program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

To get a recycling bin or 65-gallon recycling cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107. There is a small monthly charge for recycling.

To sign up for garbage & recycling service (65 or 96 gallon carts) with Best Way call 800-354-1830. There is a small monthly charge for recycling.

Green Township also has four recycling drop-off's that accepts the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The drop-offs are located at:


For more information, visit http://greentwp.org or 513-574-8832.

Greenhills - The Village of Greenhills offers garbage and recycling through a contract with Rumpke at a cost of $12/year. The following items are accepted: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a bin or cart, contact the Village of Greenhills at 513-825-2100. Residents are billed annually thereafter.

The Village of Greenhills also has a recycling drop-off located on Enfield Street near the Skate Park (Behind the Greenhills Shopping Center). The drop-off accepts the following: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

For more information, visit www.greenhillsohio.org or call 513-825-2100.

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Harrison - The City of Harrison offers weekly garbage and curbside recycling service through a contract with Rumpke. The following items are accepted: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin, residents can go to 300 George Street. To request a 64-gallon recycling cart, contact Rumpke at 800-582-3107.

The City of Harrison also has two recycling drop-off's that accepts the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The 24-hour drop-offs are located at:

  • The old waterworks building on North State Street at Thomas Lane.
  • The parking lot in front of the Harrison Community Center (300 George Street).


For more information, call the City at 513-367-3728 or visit www.harrisonoh.org.

Harrison Township - Rumpke is the only waste hauler that services Harrison Township and residents must sign-up for recycling with Rumpke. The following items are accepted in the curbside recycling program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). To get a recycling bin or cart through Rumpke Recycling call 800-582-3107. 

Harrison Township also has a recycling drop-off located at 9940 New Haven Road (Harrison Township Civic Center). This drop-off accepts the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

For more information, call Harrison Township at 367-2111 or visit http://www.harrisontownshipohio.com/

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Indian Hill - The Village of Indian Hill provides recycling service every other week on the same day as your garbage pick up. Since the recycling service is bi-weekly, each resident will receive a calendar identifying the days of each month that your recyclables will be collected. If your scheduled pick up falls on a holiday, the pick up will be on a Monday. Participants in the Village Recycling Program will receive 4 blue plastic bins provided by the Public Works Department. The resident also has the option to purchase a toter from the Public Works Department. Recyclables no longer have to be separated. Acceptable items include: glass bottles and jars; plastic bottles and jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle); aluminum and steel cans; newspapers, phonebooks, office paper, cardboard, paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food).
To get a recycling bin or a toter, contact the Public Works Department at 513-831-3712.

For more information, visit www.ci.indian-hill.oh.us or 513-831-3712.

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Lincoln Heights - The Village of Lincoln Heights provides garbage collection through a contract with Rumpke. Curbside recycling is not included so residents must sign-up for curb side recycling with Rumpke. The following items are accepted in the Rumpke curbside program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107.

The Village also offers a recycling drop-off located at the corner of Magee and Simmons Streets which is open dawn to dusk. The drop-off accepts the following: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

For more information, visit  http://www.vlho.org/ or 513-733-5900.

Lockland - The Village of Lockland offers weekly garbage collection through a contract with Rumpke. Currently, curbside recycling is not available but Lockland does sponsors two 24-hour drop-off's located on Cooper Street (Village Parking Lot) and the Public Parking Lot (across from Fifth Third Bank). Items accepted include: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

For more information, visit www.lockland.com 513-761-1124.

Loveland - The City of Loveland offers weekly curbside garbage and recycling services through a contract with Rumpke that started November 1, 2006. Items accepted include: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

Residents can select to receive either one 65-gallon wheeled cart or up to three 18 gallon bins.  All are the property of the City and are to be left at the household when the resident moves out.  All cart options are subject to availability.
To get a recycling bin or cart, contact the City at 513-683-0150.


For more information, visit http://lovelandoh.com or 513-683-0150.

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Madeira - The City of Madeira offers curbside garbage and recycling pickup one time per week (same day as garbage collection) through a contract with Republic Services. The following items may be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

Each resident is offered a recycling bin or 64-gallon toter. Additional recycling bins or toters are available at no charge.
To get a recycling bin or toter, contact the City at 513-561-7228.

For more information, visit www.madeiracity.com or 513-561-7228.

Mariemont - Village of Mariemont offers curbside garbage and recycling pickup one time per week through a city contract with Rumpke. The following items are accepted in the curbside recycling program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

New containers: delivered the week of March 24, 2014!

  • Rumpke is replacing its small red bins with larger wheeled recycling carts with an attached lid.
  • Two sizes of carts are being offered; 35-gallon & 65-gallon. Let Mariemont know which size you need at 271-3246 or info@mariemont.org by March 17.
  • If you do not select a size, a 35-gallon cart will be provided.
  • Rumpke will no longer pick up recyclables in the small red bins.
  • Empty bins should be placed at the curb for pick up the week of March 31, 2014. You may still keep your red bin for  an indoor recycling station.

New Collection Spot!

  • Beginning the week of March 31, Rumpke will collect recycling carts at the front of the curb*.
  • Trash and yardwaste collection spots will remain in their current location.

*Residents who currently do not have driveway acccess at the front curb, but have rear lane/alley service will continue to have rear lane/alley service for recycling.


To get a recycling cart, contact the Village at 513-271-3246.

For more information, visit www.mariemont.org or 513-271-3246.

Miami Township - Miami Township offers weekly garbage collection through a contract with Rumpke does not include curbside recycling. Residents of Miami Township must subscribe with Rumpke Recycling for weekly curbside recycling services. The following items can be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107. There will be a small monthly fee.

For more information, visit www.miamitownship.org or 941-2466.

Montgomery - The City of Montgomery offers weekly garbage and curbside recycling pickup through a contract with Rumpke. The following items are accepted in the curbside recycling program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or toter, visit Montgomery City Hall during regular business hours.

The City also offers a recycling drop-off for cardboard and paperboard (cereal boxes, etc.) on the third Saturday of every month. The drop-off is located at 7315 Cornell Road. For more information, call 513-891-2424.

For more information, visit http://www.montgomeryohio.org or 513-891-2424.

Mt. Healthy - The City of Mt. Healthy residents are billed directly for waste and recycling services by the City. Rumpke is the City's collector of both waste and recycling. The following items can be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

Recycling carts (65-gallon) have been delivered to residents. If you prefer to keep your recycling bin, call the City at 513-931-8840. For more information, contact the City at 513-931-8840.

The City also offers a recycling drop-off located at 7700 Perry Street (near the Fire Department). The following items are accepted in the recycling program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). For more information on the drop-off, call the City at 513-931-8840.

For more information, visit www.mthealthy.org or 513-931-8840.

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Newtown - The Village of Newtown offers weekly garbage and curbside recycling through a contract with Rumpke. The following items can be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food) paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
Residents may also order a or 65-gallon recycling cart through Rumpke at 800-582-3107. To get a recycling bin, contact the Newtown Service Department at 513-271-2009.

The Village also offers a recycling drop-off located at the maintenance department (3711 Debolt Road). Only corrugated cardboard is accepted (please flatten to conserve space). For more information on the drop-off, call the Village at 513-271-2009.

For more information, visit www.villageofnewtown.com 513-271-2009.

North College Hill - The City of North College Hill offers weekly garbage and curbside recycling through a contract with Rumpke. The following items can be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please break down to 3' X 3'), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
Residents can now upgrade to a 65-gallon wheeled recycling cart at no additional charge. To get a recycling bin or cart, call the City at 513-521-7413.

For more information, visit www.northcollegehill.org or 513-521-7413.

Village of North Bend - North Bend offers weekly garbage service through a contract with Rumpke. This contract does not include curbside recycling but residents can subscribe individually with Rumpke Recycling. The following items can be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107. There will be a small monthly fee.

For more information, visit www.northbendohio.org or 513-941-0610.

Norwood - The City of Norwood residents are billed directly for waste and recycling services by the City. Rumpke is the City's collector of both waste and recycling. The following items can be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or a recycling cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107.

For more information, visit www.norwood-ohio.com or 513-458-4615.

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Reading - The City of Reading offers weekly garbage collection through a contract with Rumpke. Curbside recycling is not included but residents can individually subscribe with Rumpke Recycling. The following items are accepted in the curbside recycling program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107.

The City also offers a recycling drop-off located at VYO/Haffey Fieldhouse (1599 West Street). The following items are accepted in the drop-off recycling program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). For more information on the drop-off, contact the City at 513-733-3725.

For more information, visit www.readingohio.org or 513-733-3725.

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St. Bernard - The City of St. Bernard picks up garbage and curbside recycling once per week. The following items can be recycled:all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

St. Bernard is now offering a full size recycle can.  The recycle cans are available for purchase for $25.00.  One can per household is available and can only be purchased at the City Hall Administrative offices.  A limited number of cans have been purchased and are available on a first come, first serve basis.

Please contact the Administrative offices with any questions at 513-242-7770

For more information, visit www.cityofstbernard.org or 513-242-7770.

Sharonville - The City of Sharonville offers weekly garbage collection through a contract with Rumpke. Residents must sign-up for weekly curbside recycling with Rumpke Recycling. The following items are accepted in the curbside recycling program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107. There is a small monthly charge.

The City also offers three recycling drop-offs for Sharonville residents only. The following items are accepted in the recycling drop-off program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The recycling drop-offs are located at:


For more information, visit www.sharonville.org or 513-563-1177.

Silverton - Silverton offers weekly garbage collection through a contract with Rumpke. Residents must sign-up for weekly curbside recycling with Rumpke Recycling. The following items are accepted in the recycling program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107. There is a small monthly charge.

The City also offers a recycling drop-off that accepts the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The recycling drop-off is located at: Silverton Municipal Building Garage, 6860 Plainfield Road.

For more information, visit http://www.cityofsilverton.com/ or 513-936-6240.

Springdale - Springdale offers weekly garbage and curbside recycling through a contract with Rumpke.  The following items can be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin, contact Springdale at 513-346-5700. An 18-gallon bin may be requested at no additional charge.

Residents also have the option of renting a 96, 64, or 32-gallon waste and/or recycling container for $1.50/month by contacting Rumpke at 800-582-3107.

The City also offers a recycling drop-off that accepts the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The recycling drop-off is located at: Municipal Garage, 335 Northland Blvd.

For more information, visit www.springdale.org or 513-346-5700.

Springfield Township - Springfield residents must sign-up for weekly garbage collection with Rumpke or Republic Services. Currently, only Rumpke provides curbside recycling services. The following items are accepted in the Rumpke curbside program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107. To sign up for garbage service with Republic Services or 513-771-4200.

Springfield Township also offers residents four recycling drop-offs that accepts the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The recycling drop-off's are located: 


For more information, visit www.springfieldtwp.org or 513-522-1410.

Sycamore Township - Sycamore Township residents must set up both garbage and recycling services with an area hauler - either Republic Services or Rumpke.

  • Residents that recycle through Rumpke Recycling can recycle the following items at the curb: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). Rumpke provides weekly curbside recycling services. To get a  recycling bin  or cart through Rumpke Recycling, call 800-582-3107.
  • Residents that recycle through CSI can recycle the following items at the curb: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food). CSI provides every-other-week recycling collection. To sign up for service with Republic/CSI, call 513-771-4200.


The township also offers two recycling drop-off's that accepts the following items: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The recycling drop-off's are located: 

 

Symmes Township - Symmes Township residents must set up both garbage and recycling services with an area hauler - either Republic Services or Rumpke.

  • Residents that recycle through Rumpke Recycling can recycle the following items at the curb: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). Rumpke provides weekly curbside recycling services. To get a  recycling bin  or cart through Rumpke Recycling, call 800-582-3107.
  • Residents that recycle through CSI can recycle the following items at the curb: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food). CSI provides every-other-week recycling collection. To sign up for service with Republic/CSI, call 513-771-4200.
       

The township also offers two recycling drop-off's that accept all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). The drop-off's are located:


For more information, visit www.symmestownship.org or call 513-683-6644.

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Terrace Park - The Village of Terrace Park offers weekly garbage and curbside recycling through a contract with Rumpke. The following items are accepted in the curbside program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To receive a 64 gallon recycling toter, contact the Village of Terrace Park at 513-831-2138.

For more information, visit www.terracepark.com or call 513-831-2138.

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Whitewater Township - Whitewater Township residents must sign-up for weekly garbage service with Rumpke or Best Way. Only Rumpke provides curbside recycling. The following items are accepted in the curbside program: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol casns (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).

To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107.

To sign up for garbage & recycling service (65 or 96 gallon carts) with Best Way, contact them at 800-354-1830. 

The Township also offers two recycling drop-off's that accepts the same items as above. The recycling drop-offs are located at:

  • 6578 SR 128 in Miamitown, located off Mill Street in the school parking lot
  • 4317 Chidlaw in Hooven, at the dead end of Chidlaw next to the school


For more information, visit http://www.whitewatertwp.org/ or 513-367-5522.

Woodlawn - The Village of Woodlawn offers weekly garbage and curbside recycling through a contract with Rumpke. The following items can be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps).
To get a recycling bin or cart, contact Rumpke Recycling at 800-582-3107.

The Village also offers two recycling drop-off's that accepts the accepts the same items as above. The recycling drop-offs are located at:


For more information, visit www.beautifulwoodlawn.us or 771-6130.

Wyoming - The City of Wyoming offers curbside garbage and recycling pickup one time per week through a contract with Rumpke. The following items can be recycled: all plastic bottles & jugs (lids are OK if left on empty bottle), glass bottles & jars, aluminum cans, steel cans, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food), paper cartons (e.g., milk, OJ, juice box without straw, soup/stock boxes without caps). Recyclable materials are placed at the curb in a "Wyoming Recycles" bin on your regular trash day. Materials, which will not fit in the bins, should be put in a bag and placed on top, or next to the bins.
To get a recycling bin, visit the City Building, 800 Oak Avenue between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday on regular business days. To request a 65-gallon toter, contact the City at 513-821-7600.

For more information, contact the City at (513) 821-7600 or visit www.wyoming.oh.us.