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The Complete Guide to Cleveland Recycling & Waste Disposal
Find the Right Cleveland Recycling Center for Common Debris
Do your part to keep the city of Cleveland green by recycling as much of your debris as possible. From tires to mattresses, use this guide to find the right recycling center in Cleveland for items that can’t be tossed in your curbside bin.
Has a breakdown left you with an old car battery or leftover parts to get rid of? Don’t toss them in your trash can. Safely dispose of automotive waste by taking them to a recycling drop-off near you instead of the landfill.
Getting rid of old tires can be tricky as they are not allowed in Cleveland-area landfills. When you go to purchase new tires, choose a retailer that will recycle your old ones for you or use the list below to find a recycling resource in your area.
Car batteries contain hazardous chemicals and metals that require proper handling and disposal. Fortunately, you can recycle dead car batteries at most auto parts stores or scrap yards in the Cleveland area, including the locations below.
Gasoline and other automotive fluids should not be disposed of in your trash. Find an auto parts store or a recycling center in Cleveland that can safely recycle or dispose of your old fuel, motor oil and other fluids.
Electronics & Appliances
Old cellphones, computers and other appliances contain natural resources that are valuable and should be recycled. Instead of tossing your outdated hardware, find a collection site for electronics recycling in Cleveland.
TVs are made of glass, plastic and a few potentially hazardous components. If possible, donate or recycle old TVs to keep them out of the landfill. Use the list of locations below to find a resource for TV recycling in Cleveland.
Paper & Plastic Recycling
Paper and plastic recycling in Cleveland is simple. The Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District offers single-stream curbside recycling throughout the area. Simply rinse your recyclables and toss them in your recycling bin. If your residence does not offer recycling, find a recycling drop-off in your community.
Many of your household items still have value once you’re finished with them. Instead of sending old housewares, clothes and furniture to the dump, find the correct Cleveland recycling facility or donate them to charity.
Mattresses are tricky items to get rid of in many places. Fortunately, most cities in Cuyahoga County accept mattresses as part of their curbside bulk waste collection. Check with your local trash pickup service to make sure they'll take yours. If not, you may be able to donate your mattress to a local charity.