Recycling: It's One Thing We Can All Do, and Hamilton County strives to provide the information you need to make it happen, from explaining to "What Can I Recycle", Recycling Where I Live, where Recycling Drop-Off Locations are, to explaining the Multi-Family Recycling Program for apartments and condos.
Some items cannot be recycled in a curbside or drop-off program, therefore the District provides suggestions for Recycling and Reuse Outlets for other items.
Hamilton County has recycling containers available for loan for your group, organization, church or club to use for Event Recycling.
Several award-winning communities have made strides on increasing recycling throughout Hamilton County. Other organizations also offer recycling inspiration and incentives, such as the Green Umbrella and Recycle and Ride.
Upcoming paper shred events are highlighted on the Paper Shred Events page.
Household Hazardous Products
What are Household Hazardous Products and how can they be properly disposed of? Year-round outlets may be available for some of your material. Items may also be taken to a local household hazardous waste company for recycling. Latex paint and pharmaceuticals may not be accepted at these locations.
Composting & Yard Trimmings
There are several ways to dispose of yard trimmings. R3SOURCE sponsors several free Yard Trimmings Drop-Off Sites. Some Hamilton County communities offer curbside collection of yard trimmings. Backyard Composting can be a beneficial solution to recycling yard trimmings and kitchen scraps into a useful soil amendment.
Hamilton County R3Source offers free Composting Seminars where you can learn all about backyard composting from our experts. If you are short on space for backyard composting, you can always let worms do the work indoors, via Vermicomposting, or a worm bin, for composting kitchen scraps.
Construction & Demolition Debris
There are six construction and demolition debris landfill locations in Hamilton County. Use these landfills for the disposal of unusable debris from construction projects.
Reduce your food waste to save money, help communities, and protect the environment.
Reducing Waste at Home
Reducing waste at home means never generating all that waste in the first place. A simple change in habits can reduce the amount of trash you put to the curb.