|Recycling Rules and Regulations
FOR CURBSIDE RECYCLING
Via 65 gallon tote
|Plastic||Plastic milk and soda bottles #1 and #2 food and beverage containers may be crushed and please rinse.|
|Glass||Food and Beverage Containers; Green, clear and brown bottles. Please Rinse.|
|Aluminum||Tin and aluminum food and beverage containers may be crushed and should be rinsed.|
|Newspaper||Cardboard and Newspaper may be bundled and placed next to recycle bin|
Click here for Rubbish Collection Schedule
Way to Go to ALL Macedonia Recyclers!
Thank you to all participants for their time spent making recycling more popular in our community.
2009 (Recycle Drop-Off) 99.03 Tons Recycled and Diverted from the Landfill
2010 (Curbside Recycle) 519.45 Tons recycled and Diverted from the Landfill!
2011 (Curbside Recycle) 401.48 Tons recycled and Diverted from the Landfill!
Over 80 tons of junk mail, paper, cardboard and phone books were recycled at the Rec Center Drop-off.
Way to go to All Participants!!!
PAPER AND CARDBOARD RECYCLING AVAILABLE AT 1494 E. AURORA ROAD at the Macedonia Family Recreation Center. PLEASE RECYCLE NEWSPAPERS IN THE RIVER VALLEY PAPER COMPANY GREEN BINS WITH/FLOWERS
ALL AT ONE CONVENIENT LOCATION!!
NEW CO-MINGLED DROP-OFF AVAILABLE FOR ANY PARK AND REC CENTER PATRONS
- Aluminum Cans
- Aluminum Trays, Aluminum Foil, Cat Food Cans
- Bimetal cans and food containers
- Empty aerosol cans
- Clear, brown and green glass jars and bottles
- Plastic Containers marked #1-#7
- Chipped Board (cereal boxes)
Click here to view a list of PLASTIC CONTAINERS #1 – #7
Please do not leave any bags outside the bins or anywhere on Park Grounds.
Republic Contract Info:
- Unlimited Trash Collection including bulk items and furniture
- Curbside Recycling via 65 gallon Recycling Tote
- 2015 Trash Collection Rate is $13.45 per month (plus applicable fuel charge)
- $1.00 Senior Citizen Discount is available!!
- please call 330-468-8323 or 330-468-8234 if you have any questions regarding Rubbish Collection.
- if you need to activate your rubbish collection service please call Republic Services of Cleveland at 216-441-6300.
The cost of salt for the 2014/2015 winter season is $55.48 per ton. Macedonia orders approximately 5500 tons totaling an estimated $305,140.
HOW TO ACTIVATE YOUR SENIOR DISCOUNT: SIMPLY MAIL A COPY OF YOUR ID OR YOUR GOLDEN BUCKEYE CARD DIRECTLY TO REPUBLIC WASTE CUSTOMER SERVICE AND REQUEST THE DISCOUNT. $1.00 WILL BE DISCOUNTED TO ACCOUNT EACH MONTH! Call 330.468.8324 and be added to our Senior Mailing List!
Republic Waste Services
8123 Jones Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44105
Rubbish Collection is affected by ONLY SIX major holidays if and when they fall on a weekday. The Holiday Schedule for 2015 is as follows:
- Memorial Day 2015
- Monday, May 25, 2015
- Collection will be one day late the entire week!!
- Independence Day 2015
- Saturday, July 4, 2015
- Not affected!
- Labor Day 2015
- Monday, September 7, 2015
- Collection will be one day late the entire week!!
- Thanksgiving Day 2015
- Thursday, November 26, 2015
- Thursday’s collection will be on Friday,
- Friday’s collection will be on Saturday
- Christmas Day 2015
- Friday, December 25, 2015
- Friday’s collection will be on Saturday;
- New Years Day 2016
- Friday, January 1, 2016
- Friday’s collection will be on Saturday;
If no indication of change in schedule is indicated above, the hauler will remain on regular schedule!!! For example, Rubbish Haulers keep the regular schedule for Martin Luther King Day, Good Friday, Columbus Day.…
The Summit County Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center located at 1201 Graham Road in Stow will be open every Thursday June – September from 2pm – 8 pm. Summit County Residents are welcome to dispose of the items listed below. Call 330-374-0383 for more information or go to www.summitreworks.com.
SUMMIT COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY!
No business, school, or other non-residential waste accepted
ONLY the following materials are accepted at the HHWRC at NO fee:
NO CONTAINERS LARGER THAN FIVE GALLONS WILL BE ACCEPTED
- AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS: Antifreeze, Auto Grease, Brake Fluid, Gas, Gasoline Mixtures, Oil Filters, Used Motor Oil
- ASBESTOS: Must be wetted, double-bagged, sealed, and less than 3ft long/wide
- BATTERIES:[Ohio EPA Lead/Acid Battery Fact Sheet] Automotive, Household, Rechargeable
- DRIVEWAY SEALER
- FLARES [Road Flares Only]
- FLUORESCENT BULBS [Ohio EPA Fact Sheet]
- HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS
- LIGHTER FLUID
- PAINT PRODUCTS- NO LATEX PAINT ACCEPTED : Oil, Solvent-based, Stain, Thinner, Varnish, Wood Preservatives
- POOL CHEMICALS
- PROPANE CYLINDERS (BBQ – Up to 20 lb.)
- ROOF COATINGS
- ITEMS WITH MERCURY: Put in a sealed plastic bag; place in a rigid container for safe transport
SCRAP TIRE RECYCLING:
Don’t stack up your old tires. Load them up with your other HHW.
Tires are accepted at the HHWRC for a CASH ONLY fee.
$1.00 per tire [Limit 10 tires per vehicle]
Passenger and Light Truck only – on or off the rim
For any metal recycling need, you can contact Resource Metal Recycling located at 8509 Freeway Drive in Macedonia.
No Electronics, Cellphones, or Toner Cartridges accepted
For a list of Electronic Recycling Options see www.summitreworks.com
No Televisions – Accepted
For a list of Television Recyclers, see www.summitreworks.com
Q: Why should I recycle my electronics?
A: Computers and other electronics contain hazardous materials such as lead, arsenic, and cadmium.
Q: What electronic items can I recycle?
A: Each business listed below accepts and recycles different types of electronics. Please contact recyclers for their program specifics and hours of operation.
RET3 accepts donated equipment that is inspected to determine if it can be refurbished. Usable machines are remanufactured to the specifications of participating schools and unusable equipment is completely demanufactured; the raw materials sold to end users and the proceeds used to subsidize Green Computing.
Goodwill Industries of Akron. Equipment donated is refurbished or recycled through the Dell ReConnect program.
The Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center is no longer accepting televisions from Summit County Residents, however there are options available.
Best Buy Stores (www.bestbuy.com)
Chapel Hill: 445 Howe Ave, Cuyahoga Falls (330-928-5410)
Macedonia: 470 E Aurora Rd, Macedonia (330-468-6850)
Montrose: 96 Rothrock Rd, Akron (330-665-1041)
1261 Hudson Gate Dr-Hudson (330-650-0274)
Cost dependent on size
By appointment only — call 440-287-7218)
Accepts Televisions over 32″; cost dependent on size
ReWorks strongly suggests contacting these locations for specific information on services and fees (if applicable) prior to use. Inclusion on this web site does not constitute endorsement by ReWorks.
Victim Assistance Program (330-376-0040) drop off used cell phones — any condition — at 150 Furnace Street, Akron, Ohio 44304.
E-Scrap Solutions (216.431.0796) www.escraprecycling.com
e-Waste of Hudson (330.650.0274) www.e-wasteonline.com
Itran, Inc. (330.523.0087) www.ItranUSA.com
Metallic Resources PCR (330.963.4126) www.metallicresources.com
RET3 (216.361.9991) www.ret3.org
ReWorks strongly suggests contacting these locations for specific information on services and fees (if applicable) prior to use. Inclusion on this flyer does not constitute endorsement by ReWorks.
Don’t Trash Your old appliances – recycle them!
The Summit/Akron Solid Waste Management Authority (ReWorks) is sponsoring the annual Appliance Recycling promotion for Summit County. Last April, Summit County residents recycled 1,390 tons of white goods; this represents 13,900 unwanted refrigerators, washers, dryers and stoves.
Old appliances can be dropped off, at no charge, at City Scrap and Salvage (611 W. Wilbeth Road, Akron: 330-753-5051). Freon will be removed and the appliances will be recycled.
Pick up service (for a fee) is available to remove and recycle unwanted appliances from your home, garage, or yard. Call Dick’ll Do It at 1-877-ITEMSOUT (330.688.3773), Hairston Appliances at 330.434.6336, or Haulin N Such at 330.668.9942.
For Freon removal and recycling contact Hairston Appliances at 330.434.6336.
“Appliances and metals can be recycled all year round. During the month of April, these companies join ReWorks in promoting appliance recycling to Summit County residents,” states Executive Director Yolanda Walker. “This cooperative environmental effort works toward ReWorks mission of reducing waste in landfills and providing materials for local recycling markets.”
For additional information regarding all of ReWorks recycling programs, visit our web site at www.summitreworks.com or call 330.374.0383.
June 23, 2013
Recycle More! All year Round!
Reworks encourages you to Recycle More appliances year round. There are many options within Summit County to recycle old refrigerators, stoves, washing machines, and other household appliances and metals. Take these items to one of the local scrap yards listed below. Check with your communities’ curbside recycling programs to see if you can put them out on the curb for recycling. If your appliance is working, First Energy’s Appliance Turn-In Program will buy your appliance. Visit www.firstenergycorp.com for more information.
Summit County local scrap yard options to consider:
Annaco, Inc. 943 Hazel Street, Akron 330-376-1400
*City Scrap & Salvage Company 611 W. Wilbeth Rd, Akron 330-753-5051
Decco Alloys, Inc. 2050 Midway Drive, Twinsburg 330-405-5454
Harry’s Scrap Metal 888 Hazel Street, Akron 330-762-7300
*Hairston Appliances 1185 Manchester Rd., Akron 330-434-6336
Maxwell Recycling Station 480 Fifth Street N.E. Barberton 330-848-1815
PSC – Akron 921 Hazel Street, Akron 330-794-8300
PSC – Barberton 701 W. Hopocan Avenue 330-745-4437
United Salvage Company 921 Hazel Street, Akron 330-253-6218
Call first to verify acceptable items and hours of operation
*May offer special pick-up for a fee, and/or remove Freon.
Check to see if your community offers appliance recycling. Some communities have special collections for appliances at the curb. According to ReWorks 2012 ReTRAC report, communities such as Akron, Boston Heights, Cuyahoga Falls, Green, Lakemore, Richfield, and Twinsburg offer appliance recycling pick up at the curb. “If your community does not recycle appliances curbside take advantage of the many scrap metal companies throughout Summit County,” states Yolanda Walker, ReWorks Executive Director.
For additional questions, contact ReWorks at 330.374.0383 or visit summitreworks.com.