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FAIRFIELD RECYCLES!

Small recycling bins may be picked up at the Utility Billing Office, Room 113, of the Fairfield Municipal Building.

Large 65-gallon recycling carts are also available.  Click here to complete the online order form! - NEW

*Recycling receptacles are provided free of charge!* 

Recyclable items should be placed in a designated red recycling bin. Items are then picked up on regular trash collection days.

  > Residential Recycling Flyer

  > Acceptable Materials List


Acceptable Items

GLASS
All glass food and drink containers or jars are accepted (colored or clear). Please rinse containers out and disregard caps. Paper labels do not need to be removed.

METAL CANS
Aluminum and bi-metal beverage cans, steel soup and food cans, and empty aerosol cans are accepted. Please rinse, drain and crush cans (when possible), and remove plastic aerosol caps. Labels do not need to be removed.

PAPER PRODUCTS
Place newspapers, magazines, junk mail, mixed office paper, paper grocery bags, cereal boxes, catalogs and telephone books in a brown paper grocery sack (no plastic bags, please), then place inside bin. (In case of rain, place the bag containing the paper products under the bin.) Boxes to be recycled should be flattened, and corrugated cardboard should be cut to a size no larger than three feet by three feet.

PLASTICS
Plastic milk containers, soft drink bottles, detergent bottles, shampoo bottles will be accepted. Please remove all caps and lids, rinse out and crush the container. Labels do not need to be removed.

Unacceptable Materials:
  • Medical sharps or syringes
  • Window or drinking glass
  • Plastics that are not bottles or jugs
  • Coat hangers or scrap metal
  • Plastic bags
  • Styrofoam

Butler County Household Waste Events

"RECYCLE... It's easy to do!"

For more information about recycling, please visit the Butler County Solid Waste District at www.butlercountyrecycles.org, or contact the Solid Waste District by phone at 513-887-3653.

 

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