Mayor Basil proclaimed November 15 to be America Recycles Day in Hudson. America Recycles Day, a Keep America Beautiful initiative, is a nationally recognized day dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in the United States.
The City encourages residents and local businesses to learn about materials that can be recycled, reduce personal waste through recycling, and to encourage others to participate in recycling efforts. Take the pledge on the America Recycles Day website to commit to doing just that.
Did you know the City of Hudson requires all trash haulers who service Hudson to offer free curbside recycling? This is a great, simple way to start recycling right outside your own home. All the haulers provide single-stream recycling to help residents easily identify which items can be placed in the recycling container, which means you do not have to separate your recyclables.
The City also offers a few recycling drop-off sites. Check the Recycling Services page for what you can recycle curbside, the locations of City drop-off sites, and other recycling services offered throughout Summit County. A link to take recycling pledge is also available on the same page. Happy recycling!