3864 West Bath Rd.
Akron, OH 44333
P.O. Box 1188
Bath, OH 44210-1188
Bath Township Solid Waste District
contact the Bath Township Solid Waste District at 330-666-4007 or Rumpke at 800-828-8171 to sign up
Bath Township has selected Rumpke as the sole trash and recycling service provider for residents, effective July 1, 2016. If you currently have a trash service provider other than Rumpke, you are responsible for cancelling service at the end of your contract.
Bath Township residents will receive one 95-gallon trash cart and one 65-gallon recycling cart. Please start using the carts upon receipt. Carts have many benefits including a closing lid, wheels for easy rolling and minimal footprint. If you have questions or concerns about the cart size or your ability to manage the cart, contact Bath Township.
Cart usage and service guidelines:
~ All trash and recyclables must be placed at the curb (or outside of the garage door for garage door subscribers), by 7 a.m. on your collection day.
~ Solid waste should be bagged, tied and put into the trash cart. Trash that does not fit into the cart may be placed in bags or additonal can. Weight should not exceed 50 pounds.
~ Recycling may be loose and co-mingled inside the recycling cart. See recycling guidelines below.
~ Cart Placement:
• Face the wheels/handle away from the street.
• Place within 3 ft. of the street.
• Place at least 3 ft. from carts, mailboxes and objects.
Bulky Item Guidelines
Rumpke will collect bulky household items from the curb on your regular service day at no charge. Collection must be scheduled 24 hours in advance by calling Rumpke. Examples of bulky items include appliances, carpet, furniture and large toys. Fabric and upholstered items such as furniture, mattresses and box springs must be wrapped in plastic. Holiday trees will be collected throughout the first two weeks of January.
~ DO NOT place these items inside the trash or recycling: Tires, hazardous waste, liquids, flammable materials, batteries or household chemicals. For safe disposal options, please contact your solid waste district.
~ Safe Disposal of Sharps & Needles: Place sharps and needles in a hard plastic laundry detergent bottle, reattach the lid and secure it with duct tape. Use a thick permanent marker to write “SHARPS” on the bottle. Place it sealed in your trash.
schedule according to street name
Listings "A" thru "Z"
Solid Waste Contract Award
Effective July 1, 2016
Rumpke Waste and Recycling of Northern Ohio
Rates are effective July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017
Curbside: $49.50/per quarter
*Senior Curbside: $42.09/per quarter
Garage Door: $130.50/per quarter
*Senior Garage: $114.99/per quarter
applicable if resident is 65 years of age or older or handicapped. To receive
this rate, please send request in writing that you qualify
for the senior rate; include your, name, date of birth and
service address and. Please mail this to address below.
postcard will be mailed to you at the start of each quarter.
send a check made payable to:
Township Solid Waste District
To pay with cash, please bring the
exact amount to the
Administration Office at 3864 W. Bath Road. Governments are not
permitted to have
petty cash funds and we do not have the ability
: Click here for payment by Visa, MC. or Discover.
Payment for delinquent/suspended accounts must be received by 5 p.m. Tuesday for service to be reinstated on the regular pick-up day the following week.
Please call 330-666-4007 if you have any questions.
New Year's Day
Fourth of July
Trash pick-up is delayed
by one day for the rest of the week following a weekday
holiday. Friday will be picked up on Saturday.
There is no delay when the actual holiday falls on a
Reuse, Reduce, Recycle!
A 64 gallon recycling cart
will be delivered to your home. Please mix all recyclables
in your bin and place it out for collection on your trash
day. Items do not need to be bagged other than paper to keep
it from blowing out and becoming litter
You Can Recycle:
Glass Bottles & Jars
All Plastic #1–7
Cartons (milk, juice, etc.)
Paper Products – newspaper, office paper, magazines,
cardboard, cereal and cracker boxes (flattened, emptied
of all packing materials)
NOT Accepted For Recycling by Rumpke:
Clothing, sheets, plastic bags*, cassette tapes, metal hangers, metal chains, hoses, batteries, buckets, car parts, chemicals, clothes, cord, cups, dishware, electronics, hazardous items, light bulbs, needles, pots, pans, ropes, toys, tubs, window glass, and wire.
may be recycled at most grocery stores.
Click here for other recycling resources
What Happens To Your Recycling?
Since the addition of the red recycling bins through
the township trash hauler, Rumpke, recycling in the
township has increased noticeably. Beginning in
October 2011, residents have yet another convenient
way to recycle in the township. Recycle
collection centers have been added at the Bath Elementary
School and the Herberich School parking lots. These centrally located
collection areas allow schools, businesses, and
residents with no curbside recycling the opportunity
to recycle items.
A recycling center has been a common request from Bath
residents for quite some time. The township had
received grants from the ReWorks (Summit Akron Solid Waste
Management Authority) for three years. This
money was saved to the specific purpose of providing
a recycling center. No tax or school levy money was
used for this project. Then with cooperation from
the Revere and Copley/Fairlawn schools, these locations were
respect the safety and educational atmosphere of
schools. Please use this recycling center
outside of school hours only.
Curbside Clothing Recycling
Bath Township now offers clothing and household item recycling at the curb.
Simple Recycling of Solon will pick up items on the same day as your usual trash collection using special green bags.
If you do not have a green bag or need extra, please stop by the Administration between 8 and 4, Monday - Friday. Once Simple Recycling collects your bag, they will drop off a new one to use.
Recycle all household clothing and textiles plus other items. For a complete list, click below.
Click here for an overview of this program.
For a detailed list of household items collected by Simple Recycling, click here.
The ReWorks Houeshold Hazardous Waste Recycling Center
will be open between 2-7 pm every Thursday from June 2 through September 29.
For information and resources regarding the recycling of:
Electronics and Computers
Household Hazardous Waste
Visit ReWorks (also known as Summit/Akron Solid Waste Management Authority)
at www.SummitReworks.com or call 330-374-0383
Local Recycling Solutions
Go Green with
Your Old Medicine
Bring your old and/or
unused prescription and over-the-counter drugs to the
township parking lot off W. Bath Road and deposit them into
the Drug Drop-Off Box.
Don't let your medicine contaminate the watershed or get
into the hands of children or teens. Dispose of them safely.
Click here for more information.
To sign up for service call the Bath Township Solid Waste
District at 330-666-4007 during regular business hours 8-4 Monday
If you have
questions about your billing statement, are suspending or are restarting
your service due to being on extended vacation (being away for one month
or more), please call the Township Offices at 330-666-4007 between the
hours of 8:30 am and 4:00 pm--Monday through Friday.
The Solid Waste District maintains an
information telephone line where you can listen to a recording concerning any delays in service
pick-ups due to holidays or special circumstances.
The number to call is
Please remember that this is an
information line only.
To leave a message or speak with someone directly,
please call the regular township telephone number at 330.666.4007.
The Bath Township Solid Waste
District was organized by the Bath Township Board of Trustees in 1993
with collection starting in the Spring of 1994. The following were goals
established by the Township Trustees in the creation of the Bath
Township Solid Waste District:
the Township in compliance with House Bill 592 and provided landfill
waste reduction data.
Provided waste disposal services at a favorable cost compared with
recycling opportunities to the residents of Bath Township.
Some of the fringe
benefits of the program that were stated when the District was formed
would be a reduction of heavy truck traffic on township roads;
single garbage collection day for most of the neighborhoods; and
stepping stone for the offering of yard waste and brush disposal
services for those citizens who require or want such services.