Recycling

Recyclables are picked up at the curb every two weeks on the same day as your trash collection at no cost to the resident – check the recycling collection schedules below. Please dispense only recyclable materials (NO TRASH) in the proper, city provided recyclable container and place it at the curb separate from your trash. To obtain a recycling cart or to trade a small container in for a larger cart, please call RUMPKE at 513-851-0122 to arrange for a delivery.

Rumpke trash & recycling collection schedule
  
Gold Route

Green Route
 
Acceptable household items for recycling:
Plastic bottles including plastic lids if reattached to the empty bottle
Glass bottles and jars of any color
Aluminum cans
Steel and bi-metal cans
Aerosol cans (with the lids & tips removed)
Newspapers and inserts, magazines, junk mail, envelopes, telephone books
Mixed office paper, colored paper, brown grocery bags
Paperboard such as cereal boxes, tissue boxes, paper towel & toilet tissue cores
Cardboard and pizza boxes (free of grease & food residue)
NEW Cartons such as milk, juice, & soup cartons

Simple Recycling

STARTING MAY 15, 2017, YOU CAN NOW RECYCLE CLOTHING, SHOES AND SMALL HOME GOODS AT YOUR CURB ON YOUR REGULAR RECYCLING DAY


Simple Recycling is NOT affiliated with Rumpke Recycling


Important Facts about this program:

Simple Recycling is a recycling collection company for textile materials and small home goods

21 Ohio Communities have implemented this program, including Cincinnati, Ohio

The average person throws away 68 lbs. of clothing per year

85% of discarded textile materials end up in landfills:

What happens to the recycled used clothing:

45% is re-purposed and exported as secondhand clothing

30% is converted to wiping rags used as industrial and residential absorbents

20% is converted into home insulation, carpet padding and raw material for the automotive industry

Informational Post Cards and 2 recycling bags will be mailed to every home currently recycling in Sharonville

Once you receive the cards and bags, you can start recycling your unwanted clothing, shoes, handbags, and household textiles

How this program works:

Call 866-835-5068 or email info@simplerecycling.com to have recycling bags sent to your home

Fill your bags with unwanted clothing, shoes, coats, hats & gloves, handbags, sheets, linens, towels, and small home goods (kitchenware, stuffed animals, toys)

Place your bags at the curb on your regular recycling collection day separate from trash containers

The driver will leave replacement recycling bags

There is NO COST to the resident for this additional service

Questions: go to http://simplerecycling.com or  http://www.sharonville.org/ for more information or call Simple Recycling at 866-835-5068

SIMPLE RECYCLING IS NOT IN COMPETITION WITH LOCAL CHARITIES SUCH AS GOODWILL, ST. VINCENT DE PAUL, OR AMVETS – CONTRIBUTIONS TO THOSE ORGANIZATIONS ARE ENCOURAGED AND YOUR CHOICE


Computer and TV Recycling

For more information on the disposing of Computers and Televisions visit http://www.hamiltoncountyrecycles.org/residents/electronics


Household Hazardous Waste



The Hamilton County and Butler County Recycling and Solid Waste Districts can help you with disposal of hazardous waste items for homeowners ONLY.

For more information on Recycling and the disposing of Computers, Televisions and Hazardous Waste Materials:

Hamilton County residents:  Call 513-946-7766 or visit http://www.hamiltoncountyrecycles.org/

Butler County residents:
Call 513-887-3653 or visit http://www.butlercountyrecycles.org

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