Summit Reworks

ReWorks provides Reduce, Reuse and Recycling solutions and leadership to empower Summit County communities, institutions and businesses.

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Mission: ReWorks provides solutions and leadership to empower our community, institutions and businesses to develop and utilize environmentally sound, cost-effective recycling and waste management strategies.

Soil loves compost all year long. For details on how to start your own backyard composting, www.summitreworks.com/yardwaste.

ReWorks’ Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center takes all types of fluorescent bulbs including CFLs. Make sure to place CFLs in a sealed plastic bag when you bring them to the HHWRC. Open today, Thursday from 2 to 7 pm. For accepted items and COVID-19 instructions, visit www.summitreworks.com/hhw Summit County residents only.

If you are able to safely open, empty, and rinse the can with a portion of the lid still attached, then it is OK to recycle the lid with the can at the same time. If the lid is no longer attached to the can, it is a little more tricky. The lid may be too small for the recycling equipment to sort it. www.summitreworks.com/recycling

For accepted items and COVID-19 instructions, www.summitreworks.com/hhw. Open Thursdays from 2 to 7 pm. This is a great time of year to bring items – our lines are shorter. Look forward to seeing you! Summit County residents only.

Metal food and beverage cans can be recycled. Labels are OK. No food though. Empty, rinsed is all you need to do. www.summitreworks.com/recycling

Reminder that today Saturday August 1st – ReWorks’ Document Shredding and Recycling Event is in Green from 9am to noon. Details and COVID-19 instructions: www.summitreworks.com/shredding Summit County residents and businesses.

Tomorrow, Saturday, August 1st, bring your old documents to be shredded at ReWorks’ Document Shredding and Recycling Event in Green and free up some file folders for reuse! Details and COVID-19 instructions: www.summitreworks.com/shredding. Summit County residents and businesses. 9 am to noon.

When bringing materials to ReWorks’ Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center, place it in your trunk and make sure your personal items have been removed. Summit County residents only. For accepted materials and COVID-19 instructions: www.summitreworks.com/hhw Thursdays 2 to 7 pm

ReWorks’ Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center does accept cooking oil. No containers larger than 5 gallons. We’re less busy the middle of the summer, so this is a great time to bring materials. www.summitreworks.com/hhw for more information and COVID-19 instructions. Summit County residents only. Open on Thursdays 2 to 7pm.

Avoid feeling as if you’re surrounded by old documents. This Saturday, August 1st, bring documents to ReWorks’ Document Shredding and Recycling Event in Green. For details and COVID-19 instructions, www.summitreworks.com/shredding Summit County residents and businesses only.

Take advantage of our slower weeks here in the middle of the summer. Bring household chemicals to the Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center. Summit County residents only. www.summitreworks.com for accepted items and COVID-19 information. Open Thursdays from 2 to 7.

ReWorks’ Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center takes old gasoline – even when it’s been mixed with oil for 2-stroke engines. However, for COVID-19 safety, gas containers will not emptied and returned. Thursdays, 2 to 7 pm. www.summitreworks.com/hhw for accepted materials and COVID-19 information. Summit County residents only.

Sharing the reminder that today, Thursday from 2 to 7 pm, the Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center is open. Summit County residents only. www.summitreworks.com/hhw

For COVID-19 safety at the Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center, be sure to place all material in your vehicle trunk or truck bed. Summit County residents only. Thursdays 2 to 7. www.summitreworks.com/hhw for accepted items and COVID-19 information.

Leaving grass clippings on your lawn, helps feed your lawn. Grass clippings never belong in home recycling carts or at community recycling drop-off centers. www.summitreworks.com/yardwaste.

Due to COVID-19, containers used to transport materials to the Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center will NOT be returned. Summit County residents only. Thursdays 2 to 7. www.summitreworks.com/hhw for accepted items and COVID-19 information.

Plastic bags should be recycled at grocery and department store plastic bag collection containers. Often near the front of the store. Do not place them into your home’s recycling cart or into bins at community recycling drop-off centers. www.summitreworks.com/recycling

Peels are great to add to your compost pile. Keeps them out of the landfill and helps make healthy soil. http://www.summitreworks.com/display/files/BackyardCompostGuide.pdf

www.summitreworks.com/recycling Newspapers, junk mail, office paper all can be recycled in home recycling carts or at community recycling drop-off centers. Don’t place shredded paper into your recycling. It becomes a contaminant.

ReWorks’ Document Shredding and Recycling Event in Macedonia is from 9 am to noon today. Summit County residents and businesses only. www.summitreworks.com/shredding for COVID-19 details.

Saturday, July 11th ReWorks’ is holding a Document Shredding and Recycling Event in Macedonia from 9 am to noon. Summit County residents and businesses only. www.summitreworks.com/shredding for COVID-19 details. Boxes that hold documents will be recycled, not returned.

[07/09/20]   The Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center is open (07-09-2020) after closing temporarily for severe weather this afternoon.

Due to severe weather, ReWorks' Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center is temporarily closed. This is for the safety of the staff and residents on site. We will update you on its status in 30 minutes. Thank you for your patience.

Today from 2 to 7 pm, ReWorks’ Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center is open. Summit County residents only. We do take all sizes of batteries from your household only. Don’t collect batteries from friends. Accepted materials and COVID-19 instructions, www.summitreworks.com

This coming Saturday, July 11th, ReWorks is having the next Document Shredding & Recycling Event. For details and COVID-19 instructions www.summitreworks.com Summit County residents and businesses only

Laundry detergent bottles and jugs can be recycled in your home’s recycling cart or at community recycling drop-off centers. All other plastics should be placed into the trash or reused. Emptied, rinsed and no lids. www.summitreworks.com/recycling

ReWorks’ Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center accepts all types of batteries- even from your car. Summit County residents only. For details and COVID-19 instructions, www.summitreworks.com/hhw

Happy 4th of July.

Have a lot of documents hanging around? Bring them to the July 11th ReWorks’ Shredding event in Macedonia next Saturday. Summit County residents & businesses only. For COVID-19 instructions and details, www.summitreworks.com/shredding

ReWorks’ Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center does accept used cooking oil. For details and COVID-19 instructions, www.summitreworks.com/hhw Summit County residents only.

Metal food and beverage cans are great for recycling. Just empty and rinse. No need to crush them. More recycling details: www.summitreworks.com/recycle

Homemade compost is a great additive to soil. For details on starting your own compost: http://www.summitreworks.com/display/files/BackyardCompostGuide.pdf

Reminder: ReWorks' next Document Shredding and Recycling Event is Saturday, July 11th in Macedonia at Longwood Park. For details and COVID-19 instructions www.summitreworks.com Summit County residents and businesses only

ReWorks’ Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center accepts fire extinguishers too. Summit County residents only. Accepted materials and COVID-19 instructions: www.summitreworks.com/hhw

Before you go get more groceries, take a look at what you have at home. Not buying repeats helps you reduce waste. www.summitreworks.com/foodwaste

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