Dumpster Rental in Euclid, OH
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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
20 Yard Dumpster (3 TONS) 6,000LBS
30 Yard Dumpster (4 TONS) 8,000LBS
40 Yard Dumpster (5 TONS) 10,000LBS
Recycling, Trash Disposal, and Wonderful Facts About Euclid, OH
The City of Euclid (My hometown) was founded in 1796 and was named after the Greek mathematician with the same name. It is situated on the shores of Lake Erie. The current population of Euclidians is 48,000. The town has a huge Slovenian heritage and many streets have Slovenian names. The National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame is located here. Memorial Park, is a 56-acre park is right in the middle of the city. Here you can find a swimming pool, baseball diamonds, and tennis courts. There is also a golf course and an ice arena. The Fortune 500 company Lincoln Electric is headquartered in the town. In the 60’s and 70’s TRW and Reliance Electric had their corporate headquarters here as well. Some well-known people from the area include actress Monica Potter, football great Robert Smith, who played at The Ohio State University and was a 2-time winner of the Mr. Football Award, which is given to the best football player in the state of Ohio, and astronaut Sunita Williams.
Recycling and Refuse Collection
The city provides weekly garbage pick up. 65-gallon bins are provided for each residency. The bins must not be placed on the tree lawn before 6 pm or the city will fine you $75. Likewise for containers left at the curb 12 hours after pickup. If you have any question about trash or recycling services contact The Public Service Department at the following address:
585 East 222nd Street
Euclid, Ohio 44123
Phone: (216) 289-2701
Monday Through Friday
8 am till 5 pm
Closed Saturdays and Sundays
Weekly recycling is also provided by the city. A 65-gallon recycling bin is given to each resident and business establishment.
The following items are accepted for recycling:
- milk cartons
- Junk mail
Recyclables that will not be accepted:
- Plastic bags
- Motor oil
Bulky items such as furniture, tires, and lawnmowers will be picked up on your regularly scheduled pick up day. Three times a year the city will pick up household hazardous waste. Contact city hall because the dates change every year.
Dispose of Medication
If you need to dispose of medications you can do so at the Drug Drop Box located at the Police Department. It is very important that you take advantage of this service. If medications are tossed down the drain or flushed down the toilet it has been proven that trace amounts of medications are showing up in our drinking water. So please use this service.
You can drop off discarded fluorescent at the Home Depot on East 200 Street will gladly accept them. Twice a year at the John A. Piscitello Center on Lakeland Drive will accept your E-waste with the exception of television sets. The Lube Stop on Euclid Avenue will accept up to 6 quarts of used motor oil and the service is free.
Bulldog Battery on Vine Street in Willoughby will happily recycle your old batteries. If you would like more information on recycling in the City of Euclid please visit their website where you will find some great stuff concerning all things recycling.
The city has what they call Community Recycling Events. These events happen once a year and they include round-up days where you can shred papers products, get rid of your scrap tires, and household hazardous waste. Check out the above link to find out more about these events.