- Water, Sewer & Trash
- Recycling Program
Recycling Schedule and Map
Rumpke offers recycling services every-other-week on your service day. Your address is on either the red or grey collection schedule.
Check the Schedule by Street name for your color schedule and see the specific dates below.
For more information, call Rumpke, 1-800-828-8171.
The City of Springboro provides a recycling toter to every household. If you need a new recycling container or want your current container collected, click here. Recycling Toters
What Can Be Recycled?
It is not necessary to separate recyclables. Recyclables should be loose in your recycling toter (cart). Don't bag. Plastic bags are not accepted in the curbside recycling program. The following items are accepted by Rumpke.
Place acceptable recyclable materials (PDF) into your recycling toter (cart) at your curbside on the pickup days listed above:
Containers should be clean and empty.
- Cans: must be empty, no paint cans
- Bottles, Jugs & Tubs: including butter tubs, yogurt cups and fruit cups. Lids ok if reattached to the empty bottle
- Glass Bottles & Jars: metal lids ok if detached from bottle
- Paper: bags, boxes newspaper, magazines, etc. No plates, cups, napkins or paper towels
- Cartons: Remove lids and straws
Cups: Disposable paper, plastic and aluminum cups. Examples include paper and plastic beverage cups from fast-food restaurants, plastic souvenir cups and Ball brand aluminum cups. Styrofoam and polystyrene (#6) cups are not accepted.
As the earth's population grows, we are increasingly aware of the earth's finite amount of resources. Therefore, recycling those materials means using less raw materials.
Benefits of Recycling
Aside from the benefits to the environment and the conservation of resources, there are direct financial benefits to the City and its residents. By recycling more, the City will pay less in refuse tipping fees to the landfills, because less waste is being hauled away and dumped in the landfills. By the City paying less in tipping fees, city residents will ultimately pay less over time in their trash fees and refuse rates can remain the same.
Recycling Statistics Within the City
Springboro residents recycle approximately 1,130 tons of materials each year, or 13.9% of all waste that is collected within the City. However, the national average for recycling in communities is approximately 32.5% of all waste collected - so, there is room for improvement!
Recycling Resource Links
Please check out these additional resources for more information about recycling! (These links will take you outside of the City of Springboro website and are only intended for informational purposes. The City neither created or endorses the content.)