Waste and Recycling

Waste and recycling collection for all residences is provided by private waste collection companies. Residents may choose from either Rumpke (513) 742-2900 or 1-800-828-8171 or Republic  (513) 771-4200 or 1-800-543-1339. These companies will provide each single-family residence with Rumpke or Republic owned waste and recycling receptacles.  Both items should remain at the residence as they are the property of Rumpke and Republic.

Sycamore Township’s Recycling Drop-Off Location – provided free to Sycamore Township residents – serve the public 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Containers are for newspaper and magazines, glass, plastic, and food and beverage cans.  Rumpke sorts the recycling material. Any questions, please call (513) 791-8447.

Drop-off recycling location: This location will be temporarily closed due to construction beginning August 24th. 

8540 Kenwood Road (behind the Township Administration building)
**Dumpsters are emptied every Monday and Friday**

You Can Recycle (Curbside and Drop-Off)

Do not include batteries or plastic bags in your curbside or drop off recycling.
All containers must be empty. Please place materials into recycling containers loose (not in plastic bags).  

Have questions about recycling? Visit HamiltonCountyRecycles.org or call the Hamilton County Recycling Hotline at 946-7766.  Learn more about the benefits of recycling and the recycling process

To read Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District Newsletters, Click HERE.

Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District has a launched an awareness campaign to help residents improve their recycling habits. The campaign focuses on contamination, or materials residents try to recycle that are not actually recyclable.

Perhaps the most prevalent contaminate are plastic bags. Residents should not bag their recyclables or place loose plastic bags in their recycling cart. Plastic bags get tangled in equipment at the Material Recovery Facility where recyclables are separated and bailed. Plastic bags should be brought back the grocery store, not placed in a recycling cart.

Recycling Coach Plastic Bag Video

In addition, many items that say they are “recyclable” do not belong in your curbside cart. “Recyclable” does not always mean it can be placed in their curbside recycling cart. Some materials must be recycled at special outlets. The recycling center where items from curbside recycling are taken does not have the capability of separating and recycling batteries, plastic bags, tires, any plastics not in the shape of a bottle or jug, Styrofoam, electronics, and hazardous waste. Check out our Reuse and Recycling Outlets page to find out how dispose of items not accepted in your curbside bin.

Recycling Coach Bottles & Jugs Video

Sycamore Township Residents Recycled and Composted 1.839 Tons in 2019!

Congratulations Sycamore Township residents! In 2019, we recycled 1,080.41 tons of metal, glass, plastic, and paper and composted 758.5 tons of yard trimmings. Through these efforts you have conserved enough energy to power every home in Sycamore Township for six days; reduced more air pollution than if every household in Sycamore Township rode their bicycle to work for 4 weeks; and saved 5,827 trees from being harvested!

On average, each household in Sycamore Township recycled 261 pounds in 2019. That is an amazing 25.97% of all the waste we generated. Great job Township residents! Want to start recycling? Call Hamilton County’s recycling Hotline at 946-7766 to request your recycling cart or visit www.HamiltonCountyRecycles.org.

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