THE RECYCLE CENTER IS OPEN - Thursdays 3 pm - 7 pm Fridays & Saturdays 9 am - 1 pm.
There will be no physical contact permitted between Recycle Center users and the Monitors.
Monitors will answer any questions but will not be permitted to assist with the unloading of any materials from user vehicles.
The route of entry to the center will remain the same. Continue north on Sunset toward the soccer field and bear to the left to approach the center by the paper/cardboard containers. Users are to form a queue line and no line jumping.
Please do not use the Police Department entrance to avoid any potential conflict or congestion that would delay Police vehicles leaving the premises in an emergency.
Call the Service Department at 330-666-0365 with any questions.
1280 Sunset Drive - Next to the Copley Police Station
The Copley Township Recycle Center was made possible by using Community Recycling Access Grant (CRAG) funding from Summit Reworks, the solid waste management authority for the Summit County. The facility opened in August 2012 and was built to give residents a way to recycle if they have no other means to do so and one doesn't have to be a Copley resident to use it.
Due to changes in the recycling industry worldwide our accepted item list has changed. Only those items that appear on the list below are accepted.
Plastics #1 & #2 ONLY - #3 - #7 not accepted
Glass Bottles & Jars - Clear, brown, green ONLY
Steel or Bi-metal Cans ONLY
Aseptic Cartons ONLY - OJ, milk, half&half, etc.
Rinse out all of the above items to ensure a clean load
Aluminum Can Container
Aluminum Cans ONLY
Please do not deposit any item in any container that is not on the above list. Doing so risks trash contamination and the rejection of the entire load by the recycling processor. Rejected loads will be taken to a landfill which defeats the purpose of this facility.
There are guidance signs and flyers available on site to help users deposit their recycling items into the correct containers. Please take a flyer home for future reference.
Aluminum Cans ONLY Container
Rebates are donated to the Akron Children's Hospital Aluminum Cans for Burned Children (ACBC) program.
Newspaper, paper, magazines, catalogs, paperback books, junk mail, office, and school papers, calendars, chipboard or fiberboard (cereal, pop, and beer cartons), envelopes (with or without windows), phone books, aseptic cartons (milk, juice, half & half, etc). Please break down all boxes to make a heavier load.
This facility is monitored by the Copley Police Department surveillance camera. For more information contact the Copley Service Department at 330-666-0365.
Wheels for Wishes
To Tow Away, Auction Off, and Recycle Old Cars free of charge, visit the Wheels for Wishes website. Proceeds benefit Make-A-Wish Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.