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Trash Collection/ Recycling

Hudson Trash Collection
In the City of Hudson, trash collection is provided by independent companies that are approved by the City. Residents contract directly with the company that provides the service. Residents are encouraged to discuss services and costs with all approved trash haulers before selecting one. All residential waste haulers must provide curbside recycling services and trash collection service for a single fee (non-subscription) rate per City of Hudson Ordinance Chapter 848.  

2014 - 2015 City-Approved Trash Haulers 
AA Sanitation            (330) 650-4105
CR Fruth                   (330) 686-8000 
Kimble Companies       (800) 201-0005
Republic Waste          (330) 830-9050
Rumpke                    (800) 828-8171
Waste Management    (800) 343-6047

All trash haulers must re-apply for a permit each April to continue to perform services in Hudson. Trash hauling companies can contact the Hudson Public Works Department (330) 342-1750 for more information about the permit process.

Recycling
The City of Hudson encourages residents to recycle to preserve our community and our environment.  ReWorks (formerly know as Akron/Summit Solid Waste Management Authority) has worked diligently with all trash and recycling haulers in Summit County for a single stream recycling.  Which items can be placed in the recycling container.  Separation is no longer required.

What Goes in the Bin?

  • Cartons - milk, juice, broth, soup, and other food or beverage cartons
  • Paper and cardboard - breakdown the cardboard
  • Rigid Plastics - such as detergent bottles and food containers.  Please quick rinse.  No lids as they can cause complications for recyclers.  Do not place soft plastics such as plastic bags or Styrofoam. 
  • Glass bottles and Jars
  • Aluminum and other metal cans

Hudson City Council established the Environmental Awareness Committee  (EAC) to educate residents on environmental issues and recycling. The EAC also spearheads efforts to promote City recycling, including distributing recycling bins, speaking to school students, and coordinating the “Get Caught Green Handed” team.

Free Recycling Bins
Call the Hudson Public Works Department for a free curbside recycling bin at (330) 342-1750.

Recycling Locations
Only the items listed below are allowed at the drop off site. 

City Recycling Drop-off Locations

 Paper

 Cardboard

 Metal 

 Glass 

 Rigid Plastics
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City of Hudson - 95 Owen Brown Street

 Yes

 Yes

Yes 

Yes

Yes

City of Hudson - 1769 Georgetown Rd.

 Yes

 Yes

 Yes

 Yes

 Yes

East Woods School - 120 N. Hayden Parkway

 Yes

 Yes

 Yes

 Yes

 Yes

Ellsworth Hill School - 7750 Stow Road

 Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Evamere School - 76 N. Hayden Parkway

 Yes

Yes

 Yes

Yes 

 Yes

Hudson High School - 2500 Hudson Aurora Rd.

 Yes

 Yes

 Yes

 Yes

 Yes

Hudson Middle School - 77 N. Oviatt Street

 Yes

Yes

 Yes

 Yes

 Yes

McDowell School - 280 N. Hayden Parkway

 Yes

 Yes

Yes

 Yes

 Yes

Downtown & City Parks Community Cans

 No

No

 Yes

 Yes

 Yes


The drop-off sites DO NOT accept the following items:

  • Styrofoam
  • Yardwaste
  • Electronic Waste
  • Used oil or oil containers
  • Light bulbs
  • Food waste
  • Paint or paint cans
  • Building materials such as windows, plumbing and electrical items.
  • Toys and Lawn furniture



Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center
The HHWRC will be open from 2 - 8 pm every Thursday between June through and September.  Visit SummitReworks.com for complete details.

Appliance Recycling
Hudson Public Power Customers can partake in a new refrigerator or freezer rebate program.  To schedule a pick-up call 855-695-5296 or visit JACO Environmental.

ReWorks encourages appliance recycling and offers several options.  Visit SummitReworks.com for more information.

Summit ReWorks Shredding Days
Free onsite confidential recycling and shredding of documents to Summit county residents and businesses.  All events are from 9 AM - NOON. 

2015 Dates:
May 9th at the Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center - 1201 Graham Road in Stow.
July 11th at the Macedonia City Hall

For more dates and locations, visit Summitreworks.com.

Dispose of Unused Medications Properly (D.U.M.P.)
Medicines that are improperly disposed of can lead to environmental problems and contribute to prescription drug abuse. Properly dispose of unused or unwanted medicines (no questions asked) by dropping them off in the box located at the Hudson Police Department, 36 S. Oviatt Street. The D.U.M.P. Program, run by the Summit County Health Department, will dispose of the medication properly. Be sure to mark out any identifying information on the container. The boxes are for pills, capsules or liquids only. No syringes. For syringe disposal call (330) 926-5600.

Business Recycling
ReWorks offers City of Hudson businesses many opportunities to recycle.

Free Services Provided by ReWorks
•Recycling services
•Consulting services on recycling and waste reduction
•Recycling containers
•Comprehensive promotional plan that includes an interactive educational tool kit and methods to measure the progress of your recycling
•Recycling report to share recycling performance with your employees