Residential Trash & Recycling Collection
SPECIAL NOTICE: Rumpke Waste & Recycling is currently experiencing service delays. Read more about these delays and how you can help expedite the curbside collection process in a letter from Rumpke here. For weekly updates on service delays, sign up for alerts from the city and follow us on social media.
WHO IS RUMPKE
Rumpke is a family-owned waste and recycling company that has provided services to residents and businesses throughout the region for more than 87 years. Today, Rumpke ranks among the largest service providers in the country. More than 400 communities throughout Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia and Indiana, including Cincinnati and Columbus, rely on Rumpke for reliable weekly service.
CURBSIDE RECYCLING NOW AVAILABLE
In addition to weekly trash collection, residents will now have a curbside recycling program provided by Rumpke. Additional information on what is and is not recyclable can be found below. A list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) can also be found here.
NEW COLLECTION DAY IS THURSDAY
Your trash and recycling collection day will be THURSDAY, beginning October 1, 2020.
RUMPKE CONTACT INFORMATION
Rumpke will provide weekly trash and recycling service including a trash cart and a recycling cart for $19.50 per month. Seniors citizens (65+) can receive a 10% discount by contacting Rumpke. Each residence will be mailed a quarterly invoice from Rumpke.
GENERAL SERVICE GUIDELINES
- Trash and recyclables must be contained, properly prepared and visible at the curb by 6 a.m. each Thursday to ensure collection.
- Place trash in the provided brown Rumpke cart and recycling in the provided green Rumpke cart. Branches may be tied into bundles no more than 4 ft. long and 2 ft. wide.
- If you have extra trash, you may place it in approved personal containers or bags weighing no more than 50 lbs. or rent an additional trash cart from Rumpke.
- If you have extra recyclables, you may exchange your 65-gallon recycling cart for a 95-gallon recycling cart or rent an additional recycling cart. Please try to contact Rumpke by November 1, 2020, if you would like to upgrade your recycling cart to a 95-gallon cart.
- Households that generate large/bulky items may schedule a pickup 24 hours in advance of the trash service day by contacting customer service at 1-800-828-8171. Up to (2) items weekly can be scheduled (additional can be collected at a charge).
- Preparation: Each item must be less than 50 lbs. and 1 cubic yard in size. Upholstered items, such as mattresses, furniture and box springs must be wrapped securely in plastic. Items with Freon must have the CFC removal certification attached at the time of collection.
- Examples of bulky items include: Furniture, A/C unit, boards, fencing, paneling, carpeting cut into (4’) lengths and tied in an (18”) bundle.
Households that generate trash exceeding regular household volumes (e.g. moveouts, cleanouts, evictions), items weighing over 50 lbs. or construction materials may schedule a pickup 48 hours in advance of the trash service day, for which charges may apply. Additional accommodations, such as roll-off containers or alternative collection days, are often available or necessary at Rumpke’s discretion to ensure collection.
Rumpke cannot collect hazardous material such as batteries, pool chemicals, propane and helium tanks, paint, tires, syringes, electronics and unknown liquids. Visit SWACO.org for proper disposal instructions.
PLEASE RECYCLE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
Please place your recycling container at the curb the evening before your scheduled collection day. Items should be placed loose into recycling container. Make your recycling efforts count and leave out plastic bags, batteries and clothing. Visit www.rumpke.com for more recycling dos and don’ts.
If the holiday falls on a weekday before your regular service day, collection will be delayed one day.
• If the holiday falls on Saturday or Sunday, collection will NOT be delayed.
• Visit www.rumpke.com for holiday schedules and weather updates
Holidays that may affect your service day: