Kimble Recycling & Disposal, Inc. provides a 64 gallon bright green recycling cart to residents. To obtain a cart for your home call Kimble at 1-800-201-0005.
Paper and Newspaper: Magazines, mail, newspapers and copier paper are accepted (no shredded paper). Paper should be clean and dry. Please no glossy paper or foil wrapping paper. Paper should not be stained by waste.
Cardboard: Cardboard must be clean and dry. It should be flattened and be emptied of any packaging materials. No food contamination such as grease on pizza boxes.
Metal and Aluminum Cans: Only metal or aluminum food and drink cans are accepted. No other metal items are accepted. They should be empty, clean and dry before being placed loosely in the recycling cart.
Glass Bottles: All glass bottles should be empty, clean and dry before being placed loosely in the recycling cart. Please no broken glass, glassware, mirrors, window panes or light bulbs.
Plastic Jugs and Bottles: Only clean and empty plastic bottles and jugs are accepted. No other plastic items are accepted- even if they have a recycle logo. Please do not crush the bottles and keep the lids on.
More information regarding recycling from Kimble can be found on Kimble's recycling guide.
|DO NOT RECYCLE:|
|Yard Waste||Batteries||Wire Hangars|
|Dog or Cat Waste||Paint Cans||Light Bulbs|
|Plastic Bags||Plastic Utensils||Plastic Furniture|
|Anti-Freeze||Motor Oil Containers||Styrofoam|
|Wax Cartons||Hoses||Christmas Lights|
|Paper Towels||Tissues||Greasy Pizza Boxes|
|Glossy Paper||Foil Wrapping Paper||Broken Glass|
Household Hazardous Waste Recycling
Tallmadge residents are encouraged to use the Summit County Reworks Household Hazardous Recycling Center located at 1201 Graham Road in Stow. It is open 2 p.m. - 7 p.m. every Thursday from June through September.
List of Acceptable Household Hazardous Waste Recyclables
For a comprehensive list of acceptable items for household hazardous waste recycling visit Summit ReWorks.
Computer and home theater components are made of different materials and require diverse disposal efforts. Some trash hauling companies will not take those components. These components can be recycled through a variety of drop-off locations and take-back programs. A good place to start is by checking with your computer’s manufacturer, or the retailer you purchased it from to see what kind of take-back or trade-in options might be available.
Find more information on our Electronics Recycling page.