As of June 2, 2021, All Village Offices are now OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. For the continued safety of our employees and residents, we ask that you wear a mask if you are not vaccinated when entering our buildings. If you are fully vaccinated, no mask is required to enter.
Moreland Hills Recycling Program Pickup Guidelines
CURBSIDE RECYCLING IN MORELAND HILLS
Village of Moreland Hills provides weekly curbside recycling for village
residents. Combine cans, cartons, glass, paper and boxes plus plastic bottles
and jugs loose (unbagged) in the provided wheeled cart.
is picked up every week on your regular rubbish day. Place the recycling cart
at the curb alongside your rubbish cart by 7:00 a.m. on pickup day, but not
before 7:00 p.m. on the previous day. See
the Trash Collection page or click here to determine your collection
these items in your curbside recycling:
Includes all metal food and beverage cans such as pop, beer, soup, vegetable,
and tuna. Cans should be emptied, rinsed, and then recycled.
Includes glass food and beverage bottles and jars. Empty, rinse and replace the
lid before recycling. You do not need to remove the label.
& 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 (if it is greasy, please leave it out). Flatten cardboard items, like cereal boxes, to save
BOTTLES & JUGS: Any plastic bottles or jugs with a neck or a cap are acceptable and can be placed in your curbside
recycling. Examples of some acceptable plastic bottles and jugs are: milk cartons, water bottles, laundry detergent, and shampoo bottles. Examples of some items that are NO LONGER ACCEPTABLE are: yogurt containers, margarine tubs, and cottage cheese tubs - these items should go in your trash. Acceptable plastic items should be
emptied and rinsed. Replace the cap and put in your curbside recycling.
*Recycling update 2021: PLASTIC TUBS
Some of you may be aware that a few of our surrounding communities are accepting plastic tubs again in their curbside recycling bins. These communities include Gates Mills, Hunting Valley, Bentleyville, and Woodmere. These communities are NOT Kimble customers.
Moreland Hills’ curbside recycling is serviced by Kimble Recycling and Disposal, Inc. They provide recycling services to half of Cuyahoga County. Unfortunately, Kimble is unable to collect plastic tubs at this time. The ability to recycle these items is dependent on the facilities 'ability to process and sell these plastics. Please continue to leave plastic containers such as butter/margarine, sour cream, fruit and yogurt cups, out of your curbside recycle carts.
For more information please visit www.cuyahogarecycles.org. Also, please feel free to contact Kris Tesar, Recycling Ambassador, at email@example.com with questions or concerns.
here for the Moreland Hills Recycling Guide for an entire listing of
items or for more details about recycling, visit the Cuyahoga County Solid
Waste District at www.CuyahogaRecycles.org
See Recycling FAQs
for Cuyahoga County and information on how to recycle properly.
Recycle more, recycle better in Moreland Hills.
Cuyahoga Solid Waste District offers a recycling and disposal search engine for
all residents of Cuyahoga County. Find answers to your recycling, disposal and
reuse questions by using the “What Do I Do With?” search bar located at the top
of every page of at www.CuyahogaRecycles.org.
The Village no longer accepts any type of lightbulbs. Residents
can recycle CFL bulbs (small, twisty bulbs) for free at some
Lowe's or Home Depot stores; please check your local store first. Other types of bulbs, including fluorescent tubes, can be
recycled at any Batteries+Bulbs retail location. See also http://www.cuyahogarecycles.org/fluorescent bulbs
rechargeable batteries for free at retail locations throughout Cuyahoga County.
See a list of locations at www.call2recycle.org/locator/
See also www.cuyahogarecycles.org/batteries
old, unwanted household computer equipment year-round at 4350 SOM Center Road including
CPU's, monitors, keyboards, mice, printers, terminals, modems, software and
other peripheral devices and accessories. Hours are Monday-Friday from
7:00-3:00. Televisions are not accepted.
& Household Goods
Village has signed an agreement with Simple Recycling for the collection of
“soft materials," such as clothing, toys, small furniture, small
*As of June 2021, Simple Recycling has changed their program. Pick-Ups will no longer coincide with your regular rubbish/recycling pick-up day. Residents must now schedule their pick-up by calling them (866) 835-5068 or visiting their website www.simplerecycling.com Bags will no longer be provided by Simple Recycling; residents must use their own bags/boxes. Once your pick-up is scheduled, the items will be picked-up from your front steps/porch - not at the curb.
village has a special collection for household hazardous wastes during the
seasonal “Greening the Hills” event. Call the Service Garage for details. Learn
more about proper disposal of household hazardous waste and see a list of
acceptable materials at http://www.cuyahogarecycles.org/hazardous_waste
and any other water-based paint are not hazardous materials, and are not
accepted in the village household hazardous waste collection. Latex paint should be dried out and disposed
of in the regular rubbish. Step by step
instructions on how to dry out latex paint is available at www.cuyahogarecycles.org/latex_paint
Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Office provides an ongoing disposal option for meds.
The Sheriff's RX Drug Drop Box Program allows residents to deposit unused,
unwanted or expired prescription drugs at drop boxes in participating law
enforcement agencies across Cuyahoga County. Drop off medications at the
Moreland Hills Police Department or find other locations at www.RXdrugdropbox.com.
propane tanks and other pressurized cylinders through propane dealers and
retail stores that sell propane and other pressurized gas.
you buy new tires, dispose of your old tires through your tire retailer at the
time of purchase. There is a small fee charged for tire disposal, which is a
tax used for transporting and disposing of tires through state licensed
facilities. If you already have tires at home, contact one of the following
store chains who provide tire disposal for non-customers. These include
Conrad’s Tire Express, Firestone Auto Care and National Tire and Battery.
Village has provided each residence with a large, wheeled recycling cart for
you to store your acceptable recycling materials and then wheel out to the curb
your cart to the curb for collection. Always close the lid before moving the
cart. Then grab the handle and use the convenient “tilt and go” design feature
(between the wheels at the rear of the cart) to tilt the cart back slightly.
Now, safely and easily push or pull the cart. It is designed to withstand
dragging, but for ease of use, we suggest you tilt and roll.
your cart out for collection. Your cart should be placed out at the
curb by 7:00 a.m. on your scheduled collection day (see the calendar of
collection dates linked above). Your cart should not be placed out before 7:00
p.m. the night before collection day. Place your cart two (2) feet from the
roadway with the handles facing your home and with the lid opening facing the
street. Please place your cart approximately three (3) feet from your trash
cart to allow for proper servicing. Always keep the lid closed to keep animals,
rain, snow, and ice out, and to keep the recyclables and odors in. Place your
cart away from obstructions such as mailboxes, utility poles, fire hydrants,
and parked cars so it can be easily serviced.
your cart after collection. To help maintain the appearance of our neighborhoods,
please remove your cart promptly after materials have been collected. The cart
should be stored inside of a garage or in the rear yard of your property. Be
careful not to store your cart close to a furnace, fireplace, grill, or other
source of heat.
for your cart.
Your recycling cart is designed for ease of maintenance. To clean, simply rinse
with water periodically and let it dry in sunshine with the lid open. Do not
place paints, solvents, acids, gasoline, hot ashes, medical recyclables,
exposed needles, sand, soil, rocks, or concrete in your cart.
more information about recycling, collections or pickup dates, call the Service
Department at (440) 248-1188 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHIPPING PROGRAM (April through October)
of woody materials is offered on the third week of each month starting in April
and running through October (check calendar for dates). The first 15 minutes
will be provided without a charge. Any additional time needed for chipping will
be charged at a rate of $30 for each 15 minutes over the allotted time. Place
the materials out on driveway apron three (3) days prior to the week of
not place any materials in ditches. Branches must be cut to four (4) foot
lengths, stacked in one direction in several small bundles. This procedure will
allow the Service Department to chip each stack in a most efficient and timely
manner. The procedure is also safest in protecting our workers from any
injuries. Material that is not neatly bundled will be tagged and cannot be
chipped until the requirements are met. The Village cannot chip or dispose of
logs greater than 5 inches in diameter, grapevines or thorn bushes, roots,
railroad ties, boards, stumps or firewood. You may call Village Hall for wood
chips. There will be a $25 delivery fee.
yard waste and clippings are collected on MONDAYS (except on Holidays). Leaves
and clippings must be in brown biodegradable recycling bags which are available
at any hardware store. Please call (440) 248-1188 the week prior, to arrange to
be put on the schedule. Contractors and landscapers are responsible for all
debris they generate. Their debris cannot be hauled away by the Village.
October 2016, the Service Director sent out a letter which informed residents
that it is too costly for the Village to start a curb-side leaf collection
program, at this time. He did however,
find a few companies that will provide these services to our residents, at a
will be required to contact and hire the companies directly and will also be
responsible for paying the contractor for their services, based on an hourly
call the Moreland Hills Service Department with questions at (440) 248-1188.
SERVICE DEPARTMENT DROP-OFF ITEMS:
following items can be dropped off at the Service Facility, Monday through
Friday, from 7:00am-3:00pm:
Rx Drop Off Box is located in the Police Department Lobby
- Scrap Metal - All drop offs at our scrap metal dumpster must be placed on the ground in front of dumpster. PROPANE TANKS CANNOT BE DROPPED OFF AT OUR SCRAP METAL COLLECTION SITE.
The Cuyahoga County Solid Waste
District also Holds a Household Hazardous Waste round up twice a year.
**If you have latex paint, you can
fill the cans with kitty litter or air dry; leave them uncovered until they are
dry. Then they can be put out with your regular rubbish.
CARDBOARD COLLECTION DROP-OFF
Our Service Department now provides a cardboard collection at Village Hall Campus. Cardboard can be dropped off during business hours and after hours at our drop off location.
Please break down the cardboard first. ONLY CARDBOARD is to be placed in the drop-off bin.
GREENING THE HILLS
The Village holds this event twice a year; in 2021 it will be May 15 and September 18, to provide residents the ability to properly dispose of the following items:
- Household Hazardous Waste
- Confidential Paper Shredding
- Scrap Metal
- Oil-Based Paint
The Service Department also sponsors a food drive and accepts donations to Goodwill at this event, so you can bring gently-used clothing and/or household items to be donated to Goodwill or a non-perishable food item to be donated to the Cleveland Food Bank.
Any questions regarding what materials you can or cannot put out for pick up
can be answered by contacting The Moreland Hills Service Department
at (440) 248-1188, or Click Here to read the Moreland Hills Recycling Guide