The Solid Waste Management District is a public agency that works to promote environmentally-sustainable and economical solid waste
Garfield Heights, Ohio -- The Cuyahoga County Solid Waste Management District wants YOU to recycle your campaign signs. Following the November 6 general election, the Solid Waste District will be collecting election signs for recycling at its facility located at 4750 East 131 Street in Garfield Heights. We will accept all plastic and cardboard campaign signs plus the metal stands November 6-10 and November 13-16 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The District is a non-partisan recycler. We encourage all Cuyahoga County residents, candidates, elected officials and ward clubs to round up and drop-off election signs so we can keep them out of landfills.
Local ward clubs may also be a drop-off location in their community. Cuyahoga County residents should check with their local ward club to see if there is a collection near them.
By recycling your campaign signs, you're casting a vote for the environment. When we recycle, everybody wins!
The Solid Waste Management District is a public agency that works to promote environmentally-sustainable and economical solid waste management practices within the communities, institutions and businesses of Cuyahoga County.