There are two ways to recycle locally:
- Drop items off at a free Recycling Center
- Place items in the single stream bin at home or work. Single stream is a paid service, typically available from the same company that hauls your trash.
If you have a question on what’s accepted for recycling, use Rocky to search for a specific item or watch the videos below. Keep scrolling to see a map of recycling sites and learn about NEW recycling programs.
What is Recyclable in Summit County
At the Drop-Off Recycling Centers
In Your Single Stream Bin
Find a Recycling Site in Summit County
Use the check boxes in the map legend to find the drop-off location you are looking for.
Recycling Centers – accept separated recyclables such as cardboard, food scraps, 1-2 plastics, batteries, scrap metal, and glass
Summit County Resource Allocation Park, SCRAP – accepts hard to recycle items such as mattresses; household hazardous waste such as paint; and electronics including TVs, laptops, and more; also includes landfill services and compost sales
Glass Stations – glass depots for colored and clear glass bottle recycling
Rx Prescription Drop off – secure bins for unused or unwanted medications
Questions? Call us at 970-668-5703. HC3 staff is happy to answer recycling questions Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Our office is closed on major holidays and for occasional staff events.