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Town Hall Meeting. September 8, 2014. Recycling in Shaker Heights. Refuse & Recycling Collection. Drop off Recycling Services. Recycling Initiatives in Lakes. . & Storm Water Management. Resources. ID: 399980

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RECYCLINGTown Hall MeetingSeptember 8, 2014

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Recycling in Shaker Heights

Refuse & Recycling Collection

Drop off Recycling Services

Recycling Initiatives in Lakes

& Storm Water Management

Resources

Next Steps

Q&A

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1. Refuse & recycling collection

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In Your Backyard

Placement: In front of garage door or driveway by 7:30 a.m.Recyclables next to refuse in recycling buckets or blue/opaque recycling bags*30 gallon garbage cans – maximum 40 lbsScooter operators collect/place recyclables in containers on scooter

*Bags are not recycled

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Where it goes…

Scooter to packer truck side compartment

To Service

Center, then to Kimble recycling facility in Twinsburg

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At the recycling facility

BEFORE

AFTER

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Backyard recyclables collected(from private one- and two-family houses only)

Paper

:Books (hard/softcover/phone)CatalogsColored/white/office paperEnvelopesFiles/foldersFood/gift/toy boxes Greeting cardsJunk mail MagazinesNewspaper Pamphlets/brochuresPaper bags Corrugated Cardboard Flattened boxes to max 12“ x 7“ x 18" or size of paper grocery bag

Glass/Aluminum: Cans & glass containersPlastics: through NO: Plastic toys/furniture Styrofoam Light bulbs Plastic shopping bags

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Brush and leaves on tree lawns

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Brush/grass/leaves: all recycled

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Mulch

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Mulch uses

Decorative

Nurturing

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Composting

Individual homeowner’s may compostRich in nutrientsUsed in gardens, landscaping, horticulture and agricultureSoil conditioner, fertilizer, natural pesticideContact Public Works for Guidelines, composting tips, and to obtain permit ($5)http://www2.epa.gov/recycle/composting-home

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Wood chipper in action

Available to residents at Lower Lake

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2. Drop off recycling servi ces

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At the Service Center: 15600 Chagrin Blvd

Paper/Plastic/Glass/Aluminum PLUSAppliances w/FreonFluorescent bulbsMetalMotor oilRechargeable batteriesStyrofoamTires off rim

Special Collection Events:Computer Round-UpsHousehold Hazardous Waste Community Shredding DaysHabitat for Humanity ReStore

All residents and businesses

Saturday and Sunday -- 8 am to 4 pm

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Disposal of large items

Self-serve

Residents only

Service Center, 15600

Chagrin Blvd.

Saturdays, 8 am–4 pm

Two proof

of

residency

(i.e.,

driver’s

license, current

utility

bill)

Personal vehicles only (no trailers, rental trucks or other types of trucks or vans)

Once per quarter

(

send

email

to

public.works@shakeronline.com

for special circumstances)

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Special pick up of large items

Residents may:

Arrange for private contractor

Call Public

Works

list of contractors:

Any-Time-Any-Place

Cartage

(216

)

799-9911

DiCillo

Landscape Design

Inc.

(

440)

442-6302

Waste

Management of Ohio, Inc

.

(

800) 343-6047

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Transfer station

Compacts refuse, grass, leaves and brush for transportation to landfill

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Trash Treasures

CASH! Lower landfill costsRevenue received for paper, cardboard, glass, plastics, aluminum, scrap metals, and Freon recyclables

Trash or Cash?

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3. RECYCLING INITIATIVES IN Lakes & Storm Water Management

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Protecting our lakes

Crews remove debris

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Collects, slows and filters polluted run off water

Purifies water underground Water-loving plants consume pollutants

Lower Lake

bioswale

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Horseshoe Lake Park Rain Garden

Native-plants in 300 sq. ft. gardenFilters, diverts 12,000 gallons storm water per yearStorm water drains into ground, not lakes, streams and sewersNo asphalt

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Permeable Pavement

Often made of recycled materialsStorm water drains into ground, not into lakes, streams and sewers

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Street sweeper keeps debris out of sewers

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All that Shaker recycles:

Aluminum

 

Freon

 

Old concrete

Asphalt

 

Grass

 

Paper

Auto parts

 

Leaves

 

Plastic 1-7

Batteries

 

Logs

 

Pool chemicals

Brush

 

Magazines

 

Pesticides

Cardboard

 

Metal

 

Refrigerators

Cellphones

 

Monitors

 

Sandstone

Christmas trees

 

Motor oil

 

Stoves

Computers

 

Oil, paint thinner

 

Styrofoam (packaging)

Dishwashers

 

 

Tires

Fluorescent bulbs

 

 

Window air conditioners

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4. Resources

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shakeronline.com/city-services/recyclingandwww.cuyahogaswd.org/

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5. Next steps

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4. Next Steps

S

ingle stream recycling coming soon

60/40 refuse truck design increases recycling compartment from 5 to 10 cubic yards

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6. Q&A

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Thank you!

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