Although Butler County does not provide paper shred events, there are local opportunities for residents to shred personal information safely and securely. Listed below are events in our area.
LCNB National Bank - Saturday, August 1, 2020 from 10 AM - 1 PM
Eaton Office - 110 West Main Street, Eaton, Ohio 45320
LCNB National Bank - Saturday, August 8, 2020 from 10 AM - 1 PM
Hamilton Office - 794 N.W. Washington Blvd., Hamilton, Ohio 45013
513-932-1414 Ext 31200
Household Hazardous Waste Drop - Off
Due to COVID-19:
ALL patrons are to remain inside their vehicle. Place materials for drop off in your vehicle trunk. Staff will remove your items safely. Your cooperation is appreciated!
When: Thursdays ONLY, July 2 - October 29, 2020
Hours: 2 PM - 7 PM
Where: 3555 Yankee Road, Middletown, OH 45044
DO NOT drop off material outside of designated service day/time.
See our Special Collections page for a complete list of accepted items. Materials from businesses, contractors and schools will NOT be accepted.
Curbside Freon Appliance Collection
When: July - October, 2020
To schedule call 1-877-562-9947
The Solid Waste District offers a free curbside pick up program to all Butler County residents (no businesses) for Freon containing appliances. Recycle your refrigerator, freezer, dehumidifier and air conditioner. Freon is removed by certified technicians at no cost to you. Appliances are recycled. Limit of 2 like appliances per pick up.
If you experience any difficulty with scheduling or pick up of your Freon appliance, please call our office at 513-887-3653.
Non-Freon appliances (washers, dryers, dishwashers, microwaves, stoves, water heaters, etc.) can be taken to a scrap metal dealer, such as Cohen for recycling.
RECYCLE THOSE BATTERIES!
See the following tips for managing yours...
1.Safely prep the batteries. Two options: bag or tape. Bag each battery in its own clear plastic bag before placing it in a storage container. Tape the terminals with clear packing, non-conductive electrical or duct tape, keeping the label visible. Batteries that appear dead may contain a residual charge and can pose a fire hazard unless they are bagged or taped. Aim to recycle batteries within six months of their end of use.
2 Store the batteries in a cool, dry place. Incidents can occur when batteries are exposed to inclement or excessively hot weather. Store them in a plastic container; avoid metal.
3. If you see a swollen or bulging battery, immediately put it in non-flammable material, such as sand or kitty litter, and store it in a cool, dry place. Do not throw it away.
DO NOT throw batteries in your recycling cart with other recyclables, like paper, plastic and glass. They pose a fire hazard and cause fires at recycling facilities. Bring batteries to Cohen with 2 Butler Co. locations. Call to verify fees. Hamilton - 513-863-3474 or Middletown - 513-425-6911. Butler County accepts spent batteries as part of the Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off - service to resume in July 2020.