Zero Waste at Home
By reducing the amount of waste the city produces and sends to landfills, Clevelanders can improve human health through the elimination of hazardous waste, protect and increase property values and quality of place, as well as save business, government, organizations and the community money. The tips below on reducing, re-using and recycling at home are great ways to get started.Share your success story here!
- Visit OneSimpleActCleveland and learn how to recycle properly.
- Reduce food waste and yard waste with backyard food composting.
- Donate clothes and useable household items to thrift stores or charity. Check out the Pass It On Guide here.
- Dispose properly of household hazardous waste. Learn about when your community collects this waste here.