The City of Hudson encourages residents to use curbside recycling to preserve our community and our environment. All refuse haulers in Hudson provide Single-Stream Recycling to help residents easily identify which items can be placed in the recycling container. Separation of recyclables is no longer required.
With the 65-gallon recycling cart provided by Republic Services, Hudson's Preferred Hauler, recycling is even easier. You simply place all recyclable items in the cart and take it to your curb. No need to separate items, bag them and take them in your car to a recycle site. Plastic bags are not permitted in recycling containers.
What can you recycle curbside?
Cartons - milk, juice, broth, soup, and other food or beverage cartons
Paper and Cardboard - breakdown the cardboard
Rigid Plastics - detergent bottles and food containers. Please rinse. No bottle or container lids. Do not place soft plastics such as plastic bags or Styrofoam in the recycling cart.
What is Single-Stream Recycling?
With single-stream recycling offered as part of your curbside trash service in Hudson, we're making in easy to recycle, which is so important for our environment. Single-stream (also known as “fully commingled” or "single-sort") recycling is a system in which all paper fibers, plastics, metals, and other containers are mixed in a collection truck, instead of being sorted by the hauler. In single-stream, both the collection and processing systems are designed to handle this fully commingled mixture of recyclables, with materials being separated for reuse at a materials recovery facility.
City-Operated Recycling Locations
Oak Grove Park, 2400 Barlow Road
We encourage residents to recycle curbside. However, there are additional recycling locations available in Hudson. The City has a recycling drop off location at Oak Grove Park which also takes all of the items listed above. Drop off hours are dawn to dusk.
1769 Georgetown Road
This location only accepts paper and cardboard.
Downtown Recycling Containers
To encourage residents and visitors to recycle, we provide recycling containers for cans and bottles throughout the downtown shopping district. No other recyclable material is accepted in these containers.
Does the City Receive Money for Materials Dropped Off at These Locations?
No. The City of Hudson does not receive money for recyclables at these locations, with the exception of paper/cardboard. We would prefer residents recycle curbside.
Items NOT Accepted at Drop-Off Sites or Curbside Containers
Used oil or oil containers
Paint or paint cans
Building materials (windows, plumbing and electrical items)
Toys / lawn furniture
Recycling Services Offered by Summit County Summit County ReWorks offers a number of recycling options for Summit County residents.
Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center (HHWRC)
1201 Graham Road, Stow, Ohio 44224 Located at the Rt. 8 Overpass.
The HHWRC is open every Thursday, June through the end of September.
Summit ReWorks Shredding Days
Free onsite, confidential recycling and shredding of documents offer by Summit County for County residents and businesses. All events are from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. from May to October.
Business Recycling Options Offered by Summit County
Summit ReWorks offers these free services to Summit County businesses.
Consulting services on recycling and waste reduction and audits
Educational tool kit
America Recycles Day - Take the Pledge
America Recycles Day is November 15th. Keep Hudson Beautiful, a subcommittee of the Environment Awareness Committee is challenging Hudson residents to recycle with a photo contest. Mayor Basil proclaimed proclamation November 15th as America Recycles Day in Hudson. The City of Hudson encourages recycling awareness and a community wide commitment to recycle. Please take a few minutes of your time to take the pledge, go to American Recycles Day .