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IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Grant applications due February 6, 2015
Local governments can apply for a District grant to promote recycling to residents. Non-profits and school can apply for a District grant to purchase recycling and composting containers.
Pass It On book updated for 2014
We are pleased to present the 6th edition of our award-winning book Pass It On: A Resource-Full Guide to Donating Usable Stuff. The new edition was updated and printed in July 2014. The book is now available as a searchable database, hard copy, or PDF.
Recycle campaign yard signs and holiday lights at the District
After November 4, drop off unwanted election signs for recycling at 4750 East 131 Street in Garfield Heights. We will accept and recycle plastic and paper signs, including the metal stands.
Strings of holiday lights, power cords and power strips can be recycled at the District during the month of December.
Looking for a place to dump trash, yard waste, or construction debris?
See our list of options for disposing of waste in Cuyahoga County. Hours of operation and fees vary by site. Details about curbside leaf collection are available from your city service department.
Special waste recycling programs available for county residents
Now you can recycle small household appliances, personal electronics, formed Styrofoam, shrink wrap, campaign signs, and holiday lights at the District's facility in Garfield Heights. (flyer)
Doing a home or garage clean-out? Dispose of oil-base paints, pesticides, and more in your community.