Ask your moving company if they would like the boxes back for reuse. If not, you can recycle corrugated cardboard boxes at the curb. Please break the boxes down into 3 X 3 foot sections and bundle if possible. There is no limit to the number of corrugated cardboard boxes you set out, as long as they’re prepared according to the instructions above.
Pizza boxes are acceptable for recycling if clean, but otherwise should be put in the garbage.
Packing peanuts cannot be recycled, but the UPS Store, and other mailing companies frequently accept packing peanuts for reuse. If you can’t give the packing peanuts away, please seal them in a plastic bag before putting them in your garbage can. This will prevent them from spilling out and littering your street when the garbage cart is emptied.
Bubble wrap cannot be recycled through Milford’s curbside recycling. Please put it in your garbage can.
Styrofoam cannot be recycled through Milford’s curbside recycling. Put it in your garbage can. If the pieces are too large to fit in your garbage can, please break them down so that they do fit.
If the previous owner has left chemicals such as leftover cleaning products, lawn care products, etc., in your new home, you should contact the Clermont County Office of Environmental Quality for information about safe disposal of such items.
Some household hazardous materials will be accepted for disposal/recycling by area businesses – see Household Hazardous Materials.