The One Stop Drop, organized by Keep Cincinnati Beautiful and the Oakley Recycles Project, is scheduled for Saturday, October 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Whole Foods Market in Rookwood Commons.
Acceptable items include:
- Electronic waste (anything that plugs in or takes batteries)
- #5 plastics such as butter tubs and yogurt containers
- Single-use plastic grocery bags
- Used writing instruments like pens, Sharpies, Expo markers, and caps
- Household hazardous waste (like paint or chemicals)
See a complete list here.
A news release says:
Cohen Recycling will be collecting electronic items like laptops, audio equipment, printers, and computers for free, but there will be a small fee to recycle TVs and CRT monitors. The City's Office of Environment & Sustainability, Rumpke Recycling, Hamilton County Recycling, and the Oakley Recycles Project will be on hand to answer questions about curbside recycling, getting rid of hazardous waste, and more.