The City of Fairview Park contracts with Republic Services to provide rubbish, recycling, and yard waste collection services for all residential households in Fairview Park. Each household was provided one blue rubbish container and one green recycling container at no charge as part of the program. If you are missing a container, please contact Republic Services at 800-433-1309.

Collection day for all Fairview Park homes is Monday. Residents may place their carts curbside beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday night. Empty receptacles must be returned to storage no later than 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, and cannot be stored in a front yard or side yard visible from the street.

If you have questions, view our Rubbish Recycling for Residents and Frequently Asked QuestionsStill have questions? Feel free to call the Fairview Park Service Department at 440-356-4410.

Monthly Waste & Recycling Calendar


Republic Services provides weekly curbside recycling for city residents. Combine cans, cartons, glass, paper and boxes plus plastic bottles and jugs loose (unbagged) in the provided green wheeled cart.

Combine these items in your curbside recycling:

  • CANS: Includes all metal food and beverage cans such as pop, beer, soup, vegetable, and tuna. Cans should be emptied, rinsed, and then recycled.
  • CARTONS: Includes milk, juice, soup and broth plus wine cartons. Cartons should be emptied and rinsed. Replace the cap and place in your curbside recycling.
  • GLASS: Includes glass food and beverage bottles and jars. Empty, rinse and replace the lid before recycling. You do not need to remove the label.
  • PAPER & BOXES: All paper and boxes can be recycled, including newspapers, magazines, junk mail, boxes, greeting cards, cereal boxes, cardboard, phone books and clean pizza boxes. Flatten cardboard items, like cereal boxes, to save space.
  • PLASTIC BOTTLES: Any plastic bottle, jar, jug or tub can be placed in your curbside recycling. Recycle plastic food and beverage bottles, cosmetics and personal products, and laundry detergent and bleach bottles. Containers should be emptied and rinsed. Replace the cap and put in your curbside recycling.

Not all plastics with the 1-7 symbol are recyclable. See the chart below.

For more details about recycling, visit the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District at or

The Solid Waste District also offers Recycling FAQs for Cuyahoga County and information on how to recycle properly. Recycle more, recycle better in Fairview Park.

The following materials are non-recyclable and should be placed in the blue container:

  • Containers with excessive foods or liquids still in the container.
  • Containers that contained hazardous materials such as oil or anti-freeze.
  • Shredded paper.
  • Styrofoam, aluminum foil, pie tins, etc.
  • Light bulbs, Christmas lights, window glass, ceramics, china, etc.
  • Plastic wrap, plastic bags, toys, flowerpots, garden hoses, etc.
  • Clothing, blankets, household linens, furniture, etc.
  • Plastics not marked #1 through #7.
  • Scrap metal, batteries, chains, car parts, pots and pans, knifes, etc.
  • Needles, syringes, medical waste, or sharps.
Bulk Day

img_3087Bulk Day is the third Monday of each month. On this day only, overflow waste items that do not fit in your blue rubbish container may be placed on your tree lawn. Bulk waste includes items such as home furnishings, mattresses and box springs, carpet, appliances, and other oversized items.

Bulk pick up days for 2018 are as follows:

  • January 15, 2018
  • February 19, 2018
  • March 19, 2018
  • April 16, 2018
  • May 21, 2018
  • June 18, 2018
  • July 16, 2018
  • August 20, 2018
  • September 17, 2018
  • October 15, 2018
  • November 19, 2018
  • December 17, 2018
Rubbish and recycling collection will be delayed one day when holidays fall on a Monday. For purposes of pick up, the following days are NOT considered holidays: Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Good Friday, Columbus Day, and Veteran’s Day.


Fluorescent Bulb Recycling

Fluorescent tube bulbs and compact fluorescent bulbs (CFLs) are no longer be accepted by the service department. Residents can recycle CFL bulbs (small, twisty bulbs) for free at any Home Depot or Lowe’s store. Other types of bulbs, fluorescent tubes, can be recycled at any Batteries+Bulbs retail location. See also

Battery Recycling

Recycle rechargeable batteries for free at retail locations throughout Cuyahoga County. See a list of locations at See also


Latex and any other water-based paint are not hazardous materials, and are not accepted as part of the drop-off disposal program.  Latex paint should be dried out and disposed of in the regular rubbish.  Step by step instructions on how to dry out latex paint is available at