Recycling & Refuse Collection

Waste Collection Guidelines

Residents of Twinsburg City receive weekly curbside trash and recycling collection on Tuesday.

Trash and recycling is collected with trucks using automated arms, so it's important that residents place their trash cart at least 3 feet from any obstacles like cars, trees or your mailbox.

Your trash and recycle cart must be at the curb by 7:00 a.m. on collection day to ensure pickup.

•  Bag and tie your trash inside the 96-gallon cart.

•  Yard waste should be bagged or bundled and placed inside the waste cart – you can also     
   place up 
to 4 bags of additional trash adjacent to your cart on you collection day.

•  Minimize any items outside the cart - always fill your cart first.

For an additional trash or recycle cart, please call
WM at (866) 797-9018.

The cost for an additional cart is $4/month billed annually - $48.
The City of Twinsburg is unable to process additional container requests.

If you would like to switch your trash cart to a smaller 64-gallon container or if you are new to the City and do not have a trash or recycle cart, please contact Twinsburg City Hall
at (330) 425-7161.

Observed Holidays

If a holiday falls on a Monday or Tuesday your collection day will be moved to the next day.

Memorial Day • Independence Day • Labor Day • Christmas Day • New Year’s Day


Large Items (Bulk Items)


Waste Management will pick up 1 large item per week i.e., furniture, mattress, appliance, TV, toilet (tank must be separated), lawn mower (gas and oil must be emptied), etc. Residents are instructed to put the item out next to your trash and recycle containers, and Waste Management collect the large item with a bulk truck within 24 hours of your service collection day.  NOTE:  All furniture, mattresses and box springs MUST BE wrapped in a plastic disposal bag to be collected.  Disposal bags can be purchased for under $20 at home improvement stores or from online vendors. 

Any other large discarded items (including tree branches and wood decking) should be broken down into 4' lengths and no heavier than 40-50 pounds per bundle. Wood decking must have the nails removed or safely bent over.  Carpet needs to be rolled and bundled in addition to being cut into 4' lengths or less to ensure pickup.   
Waste Management will collect up to 4 bundles per week along with your trash and recycle cart.

Christmas trees will also be collected as long as they are no more than 6' in length. 

Recycling 


In 2021, Twinsburg residents recycled over 1,300 tons of material!  To help keep the recycle stream clean and contaminant free, please view our brochure on common recycling myths. 
 Recycling Myths

General recycle reminders:

• Empty recyclable materials directly into your recycling cart (don’t bag recyclables)

• Cardboard boxes must be broken down and placed inside of the cart

• Containers that held food should be rinsed and free of food debris

For additional recycling information please visit 'RECYCLE RIGHT', Waste Management's informational website that includes basic rules, guidelines and recycle resources.
 Recycle Right With Waste Management
What It Means To Recycle RIGHT Informational Flyer


Unacceptable Waste

The following items are harmful to the landfill and are not recyclable:

Gasoline • Anti-freeze • Car Parts • Household Hazardous Waste • Batteries • Propane tanks • Dirt • Stone • Cement • Bricks • Shingles • Pianos • Hot Tubs • Steel Drums

Please check with Summit County ReWorks https://www.summitreworks.com  for proper disposal.

Scrap Tires


Scrap tires can be dropped off at Summit County ReWorks located at 1201 Graham Road in Stow during their operating season of June through September.  For more information please visit: https://www.summitreworks.com/231/Scrap-Tires

Textile Recycling curbside service by "Simple Recycling"


Due to Covid-19, Simple Recycling has discontinued their weekly curbside pickup, however, you may contact their office directly to schedule a FREE pick up.
Simple Recycling
5425 Naiman Parkway, Solon, OH 44139
Phone 440.519.9200  Simple Recycling 
WM Guidlines
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Hazardous Household Waste 


The following hazardous household waste items are not accepted for curbside collection:
  • Anti-freeze
  • Batteries
  • Bricks
  • Car parts
  • Cleaners
  • Concrete in any form
  • Gasoline
  • Insecticides
  • Paint cans with remaining paint
  • Propane tanks
  • Shingles
  • Solvents
  • Stones
  • Used oil and filters
For hazardous household waste disposal information, contact Summit County REWorks at 330-374-0383.