Check out the Special Recyling Section in the Columbus Dispatch!
Recycling and Columbus really do belong together. That’s why the city named this service RecyColumbus – it’s designed to show our pride and excitement in being part of a greener community.
Find out what to expect when RecyColumbus services come to your neighborhood including:
• Determine eligibility
• Cart Information• Frequently Asked Questions
After receiving your blue cart you will need to know all the important program details such as:
• Accepted items
• Collection schedule
• Cart placement
• Download the brochure
• Frequently Asked Questions
The benefits of, and reasons for recycling are numerous. They include helping the environment, saving energy, reducing waste buried in landfills, and creating and retaining local jobs. Other benefits are preserving natural resources, saving on landfill fees, doing our part to help our city become a true green leader.
Tell your family, friends and neighbors about RecyColumbus or get even more involved by volunteering your time.• E-newsletter
• Join the conversation• Request a presentation
• Get involved
• Just for Kids
Not eligible for residential recycling service? Want to try recycling an item not accepted by traditional recycling programs? No problem! There are many ways to recycle in Columbus. Find out how with the following information:• Drop box recycling
• Yard waste
• Recycling and reuse options (furniture, clothes, electronics)• Household Hazardous Waste
• Business recycling
Questions, comments, concerns? Call 645-3111, email or contact the Department of Public Service directly at 109 North Front Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215-9005.
Thanks are due to the many environmental stewards living and working throughout the City of Columbus who have advocated for the development of a residential recycling program. Thanks also to program sponsors including the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Recycling & Litter Prevention and Curbside Value Partnership.
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