Recycling Information

​Liberty Township Recycles

Make recycling easier for your household by signing up for curbside recycling. Rumpke offers weekly curbside recycling collection in Liberty Township for just $4.75 per month and for a limited time, Butler County Recycling & Solid Waste District will pay for the first three months of recycling service for households that sign up before March 26, 2021. Promotion is only available for new recycling subscribers. There are two easy ways to take advantage of this promotion:

  • Email service.cin@Rumpke.com with the subject line Liberty Township Recycles.
  • Call Rumpke at 1-800-828-8171.
Please request your choice of either:

  • Red recycling bin
  • Wheeled recycling toter, 65 gallons and holds four times as much materials as the red recycling bin.
The recycling service fee is the same with either style container.
Recycling car & bin
Recycling in Liberty Township is an individual choice for each homeowner. Curbside recycling is a popular service for many residents elect to set-up in conjunction with household trash hauling. Service providers for household trash collection and curbside recycling are Rumpke and CSI Waste. In addition, the Township provides two convenient recycling drop-off stations for the community:

  • Liberty Township Fire Station 111 
    5170 Princeton-Glendale Road
    Monday & Friday pick-up
  • Liberty Township Fire Station 112 
    6957 Yankee Road
    Monday, Thursday & Saturday pick-up
Please help us keep the drop-off locations clear of recycling waste. It's important that all materials be put inside the recycling containers. A new bin style was installed      January 2021 by Rumpke throughout Butler County. This was a corporate decision by Rumpke to address trash contamination that has occurred. It is the hope of Rumpke that providing for a smaller opening in the new bins will result in better, cleaner and less contaminated material.

Acceptable recyclable items include: newspapers, magazines, junk mail, phone books, brown paper bags, office paper, cardboard, paperboard (such as cereal boxes), plastic bottles/jugs, milk cartons/juice boxes (remove lid and straw), glass bottles and food jars, aluminum cans, steel cans and empty aerosol cans (remove tip).

Rumpke is now accepting No. 5 Plastic Tubs, such as yogurt containers, cottage cheese, margarine and whipped topping tubs. Lids are also accepted with the containers. 
*Please note: restaurant plastic take out containers and clam shell containers are not accepted. 

Learn more about recycling by visiting the Butler County Recycling & Solid Waste website. 


Recycling Do's & Don'ts
  • DO be sure to flatten cardboard as much as possible.
  • DO rinse all containers until they're spotless.
  • DO throw out the small lids of plastic bottles.
  • DON'T recycle construction materials.
  • DON'T throw plastic shopping bags in the recycling.





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