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Garbage & Recycling are delayed, one day, for the following holidays :

New Years Day
Memorial Day
4th of July
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day

HOW TO RECYCLE IN CUYAHOGA COUNTY: BACK TO THE BASICS

2019 Road Program
Miramar from Verona to Cedar
Adrian – Green to Monarch
W. Farnhurst – Dorsh to Professor
Laclede
Wyncote
2019 Flood Control (Sewers & Road) Program
Shirley/Biltamy
Westdale
 

2018 South Euclid Street Ratings 

Learn Backyard Composting 101 at Upcoming Free Seminars (pdf)

Cedar Road Resurfacing Project Info Flyer (pdf)

#trashtag Trend Gets Traction in Cuyahoga County with Help from Cuyahoga Recycles (pdf)

Euclid Creek Cleanups – Volunteers Needed (pdf)

5 Ways to Recycle Right (pdf)

Kick the Game Day Party Trash to the Curb – Plastic Cups and Utensils Are NOT Recyclable Curbside (pdf)


The Solid Waste District is no longer accepting Styrofoam at our facilityDo not place these in your curbside recycling. Food grade Styrofoam “clamshell” containers, cups and trays cannot be recycled in Northeast Ohio. These items should be disposed of in the regular trash. 

Foam cups may be recycled through Dart Container’s mail in program.

Cleveland-area Heinen’s grocery stores discontinued the collection of Styrofoam food trays for recycling and they are no longer accepted at their stores.

Learn more about Styrofoam Blocks and Packing Peanuts.

Are you a business? Businesses, restaurants and the food industry have limited recycling options for Styrofoam food trays, containers and cups. See a list in our Business Recycling Directory.

NEW INFO FOR PROPANE TANKS
We’ve learned that all Blue Rhino locations offer a free recycling program for 20# grill tanks. Residents can recycle their unwanted 20# grill tanks by writing “RECYCLE” on the tank and taking it to any Blue Rhino location. Blue Rhino collects the unwanted tanks for refurbishment or recycling. Blue Rhino will accept any standard 20# grill tank, including non-Rhino brands. Please encourage your residents to use this free retailer recycling program. See more at http://www.cuyahogarecycles.org/propane_tanks.

FLUORESCENT BULBS
Cuyahoga County Solid Waste is no longer accepting fluorescent light bulbs.  We will no longer accept them at the Service Garage. Home Depot and Lowes’s will accept them. Do not place bulbs, including fluorescent, incandescent, LED or HID, in your curbside recycling. 

Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and other energy-efficient lighting such as fluorescent tube lamps and high intensity discharge (HID) lamps contain a very small amount of mercury. All fluorescent bulbs and ballasts should be recycled properly to protect public health and the environment.

Compact fluorescent bulbs (the small, twisty CFLs) can be recycled for free at Lowe’s retail locations. Look for a drop box near the main entrance or customer service desk.

Batteries+Bulbs retail stores will accept and recycle all types of bulbs and ballasts, including fluorescent tubes. Stores are located in Macedonia, Mayfield Heights, North Olmsted, Parma and Strongsville. A small fee may apply. See details.

The Solid Waste District does not accept any type of bulb for disposal, including fluorescent lamps.

Businesses must contract with a licensed environmental services company for proper disposal or recycling of fluorescent bulbs and ballasts. See our Business Recycling Directory



PHONE BOOKS
Just a reminder that the Solid Waste District eliminated the annual Phone Book Recycling Campaign program in 2013.  After 25 years of operation, the program was no longer needed and has been phased out.  The District’s phone book recycling bins will no longer be located in the Cleveland Metroparks or at any other location. Also, phone books can also be recycled at a local Paper Retriever bin or River Valley recycling bin Typically, these mixed paper drop off bins can be found in school or church parking lots.

Residents should put phone books in with their recycling cart.


Community Collection Details:
Where: Service Garage
4224 Monticello Blvd.
South Euclid, Ohio 44121
Monday – Friday  8:00 am – 3:00 pm

Household Hazardous Waste:
Year-Round
Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
4224 Monticello Blvd.
South Euclid, Ohio 44121

Computer Recycling:
04-01-19 – 04-26-19
07-29-19 – 08-30-19
Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 3:00pm
4224 Monticello Blvd.
South Euclid, Ohio 44121

Scrap Tire Round-Up:
09-03-19 – 09-27-19
Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
4224 Monticello Blvd.
South Euclid, Ohio 44121

Shred-It Days:
05-11-19
10-12-19
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
1349 South Green Road (Police Department Back Parking Lot of City Hall)
South Euclid, Ohio 44121

Holiday Lights Collection:
12-01-19 – 01-15-20

Recycling Leaf Pick-up:
Fall 2019


The South Euclid Service Department has a broad range of responsibilities that affect everyday life in the city. Snow removal, leaf collection, street patching, park and pool maintenance, tree lawn tree trimming and removal are some of these responsibilities. As part of the services of the Service Department, we will take care of exterior (outside of the home) skunk and raccoon problems. Please contact us at our e-mail address (below) with any questions or concerns.

service@seuclid.com


Disposal of Latex Paint

Residents are asked to remove the lids and throw them away.  Whether the paint is hardened or liquid, fill with Kitty Litter all the way to the top (it will automatically absorb).  Once this is accomplished you can put your cans out on the tree lawn next to your regular garbage. Please leave the lids off.


FirstEnergy Professional Tree Service


Langerdale Urban Marsh Page

City of South Euclid Geological Statistics

Information from Cleveland Water Regarding Water Quality & Treatment

South Euclid is now a Simple Recycling Community, Click Here for Details

 

 

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