Recycling is as easy as A, B, C!

The City of Cuyahoga Falls encourages all residents and businesses to recycle whenever possible. Not only does it help the environment, but it saves money, too!

Curbside Recycling

Aluminum, bi-metal, tin food and beverage cans and plastic bottles, newspapers and magazines, junk mail, phone books, and other paper products should be stored together (co-mingled) loose in the blue-lidded recycle cart provided to you free of charge. Corrugated cardboard may also be recycled in the blue-lidded cart, but styrofoam and other non-cardboard packing material should be removed and placed with regular trash.  All recycle items must be placed INSIDE the blue-lidded recycle cart, no plastic bags of any kind are to be used.

Curbside Collection of Corrugated Cardboard: Cardboard collected curbside must be flattened and/or cut up, and placed in the blue-lidded recycle cart with the lid closed. All packing materials (Styrofoam, etc.) must be removed and placed with regular trash.

The blue-lidded recycle cart, along with your trash cart, should be placed curbside by 7:00 a.m. on the same day as your regular trash service, and at least three feet from any other cart or obstruction.

Note: There is a $30 charge for items other than recyclables in your recycle cart (ex. yard waste, trash, etc.).

Residential Recycle Drop-Off Corrugated Cardboard ONLY

Cuyahoga Falls residents may drop-off recyclable Corrugated Cardboard in-person at the recycling center located at Gaylord Grove at Hudson Drive. The blue roll-off container is exclusively for corrugated cardboard. Cardboard should be flattened and placed into the 5" x 60" slot openings, accommodating for larger pieces. The facility is open, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon.

REWORKS Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center

ReWorks, the solid waste management authority for Summit County offers the Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center (HHWRC) for all Summit County residents (no businesses) to bring household hazardous materials such as, but not limited to:

The HHWRC is located at 1201 Graham Road, at the exit of Graham Road and State Route 8.

For a list of all acceptable materials and hours of operation, follow this link to their website or call ReWorks directly at 330-374-0383 for more information.

Check out the ReWorks Newsletter for more helpful information on how best to recycle or dispose of various materials.

Learn more tips on recycling in our Resident Recycling Guide. It's fast, easy, and the right thing for our planet and generations to come.

Recycling Guide