Call the Hudson Public Works Department for a free curbside recycling bin at (330) 342-1750.
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.
offers City of Hudson businesses many opportunities to recycle.
Free Services Provided by ReWorks
•Consulting services on recycling and waste reduction
•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
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.