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Maple Heights has a two-service day collection schedule for refuse, and beginning in Spring, 2017 the City will begin RECYCLING again.  Information is now posted, and Waste Management will also be sending out mailers to homeowners as a reminder advising of the new collection program!  

 

Thursday:  Residents living on the East side of Broadway Avenue, including Broadway's odd-numbered addresses.

 

 

Friday:  Residents living on the West side of Broadway Avenue, including Broadway's even-numbered addresses,

 

Lumber, tree branches, and brush must be cut into 4 foot lengths, and tied in bundles not exceeding two (2) feet in diameter.  

 

Large objects such as appliances (refrigerators and freezer must have doors removed), water tanks, and furniture are picked up from the tree lawn on regular collection days.  Please call 216-587-9014 or click here to arrange to have large items picked up.  Refuse may be placed on the tree lawn no earlier than 6:00 PM the day before collection, and cans must be removed from the tree lawn no later than 6:00 AM the following day.  Refuse is collected one day late the week of an observed holiday.  Please click the following link for the 2017 Holiday Schedule:

 

Martin Luther King Jr Day - trash collection days will remain the same

 

President's Day - trash collection days will remain the same

 

Easter/Good Friday - trash collection days will remain the same

 

Memorial Day - trash collection will have a one (1) day delay

 

Independence Day -  trash collection will have a one (1) day delay

 

Labor Day - trash collection will have a one (1) day delay

 

Columbus Day - trash collection days will remain the same

 

Veteran's Day - trash collection days will remain the same

 

Thanksgiving -  trash collection will have a one (1) day delay

Combine these items in your green curbside recycling container:

CANS: Includes all metal food and beverage cans such as pop, beer, soup, vegetable, and tuna. Cans should be emptied, rinsed, and then recycled.

 

CARTONS: Includes milk, juice, soup and broth plus wine cartons. Cartons should be emptied and rinsed. Replace the cap and place in your curbside recycling.

 

GLASS: Includes glass food and beverage bottles and jars. Empty, rinse and replace the lid before recycling. You do not need to remove the label.

 

PAPER & BOXES: All paper and boxes can be recycled, including newspapers, magazines, junk mail, boxes, greeting cards, cereal boxes, cardboard, phone books and clean pizza boxes. Flatten cardboard items, like cereal boxes, to save space.

 

PLASTIC BOTTLES: Any plastic bottle, jar, jug or tub can be placed in your curbside recycling. Recycle plastic food and beverage bottles, cosmetics and personal products, and laundry detergent and bleach bottles. Containers should be emptied and rinsed. Replace the cap and put in your curbside recycling.   CLICK HERE for list

 

Waste Management allows customers to combine all materials (including cans, cartons, glass, paper, boxes and plastic bottles) loose in one collection container

 

For more information on recycling, please click the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District site.

Trash carts delivered on South Boulevard