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IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Old computer equipment taking up space? Recycle it!
August is Recycle Your Computer Month in Cuyahoga County. Find a recycling event in your community.
Get rid of household hazardous waste
Need to get rid of oil-based paints, pesticides, and automotive fluids? See when your community is holding it's next collection.
Dispose of unwanted latex (water) paint by drying it out and putting it in the trash.
New recycling flyer for county residents, updated city info pages
In an effort to simplify recycling in Cuyahoga County, the District has developed a flyer that applies to all of the city recycling programs. We have also updated our community recycling pages for residents. Find more details here.
Do you have a nagging recycling question? We can help. Call the District at (216) 443-3749.
ZeroLandfill materials exchange at the District this summer
ZeroLandfill Cleveland's annual materials exchange program is set to operate at the District in July. This summer, the interior design community is invited to drop-off expired samples on two Fridays. The general public is invited to shop on two Saturdays. (flyer)
Schools wanted for Climate Compost Project
Our educator seeks schools interested in partnering for a composting education project. The District would provide composting equipment, composting resources and activities, and classroom presentations. The school would be required to set up a system for collecting food scraps from the cafeteria and kitchen, and share what they learned with the entire school community.
To measure the program success, all compost will need to be weighed, students will participate in several surveys, and the school will share waste hauling information with the District. For more information, call (216) 443-3731.
Just released! 2014 Annual Report and Residential Recycling Report
Learn about our successes in 2014 and how your community’s recycling rate compares to the other communities in Cuyahoga County.
Businesses -- learn how to start recycling via free seminars
Businesses, non-profits, and schools are invited to learn how to start an in-house recycling program and save money by doing so. The next free seminar will be held September 24.