“Where Can I Recycle?” Interactive Coshocton County Map – many thanks to the Coshocton County GIS Office for developing this interactive map showing what can be recycled and where in Coshocton County!
Countywide Drop-off Trailers
We have recycling trailers at the following locations:
- Bakersville (59469 CR 2, next to the Township Garage)
- Canal Lewisville (Rivercrest Drive- old fire station site)
- Conesville (508 Franklin Avenue, behind the Village Council Hall)
- Fresno (near Township Garage off Township Road 1045)
- Nellie (2nd Street, next to the Community Center)
- New Guilford (32531 SR 541, Perry Township)
- Plainfield (Corner of Maple Street/Park Avenue, near the picnic shelter)
- Warsaw (River View Community Park, past the swimming pool, near the picnic shelters)
- Tiverton (SR 206/ CR 20, Tiverton Township)
- Tuscarawas Township (Cedar Street)
- West Carlisle (CR 80, Pike Township Hall)
- West Lafayette (200 East Railroad Street)
What we take:
Newspaper – In the bins marked “newspaper” we accept newspaper, office paper, magazines, catalogues and brown paper bags.
Cardboard – Cardboard and paperboard products (12-pack containers, cereal boxes, etc.). Please flatten all containers. No food stained paper or cardboard.
Steel cans – Please rinse all containers. It is not necessary to remove the labels.
Aluminum cans – Please rinse containers.
Plastic bottles #1-#7 – We can now accept all plastic bottles, #1-#7. But please, no plastic bags, no styrofoam, no clamshells. Bottles only. We do not accept any type of glass. Please rinse.
If you have any questions about our recycling program, please call us at 740.575.4813
Curbside in the City of Coshocton
The City of Coshocton and Kimble very much want to thank you for participating in the curbside recycling program. Recyclables will be collected on the same day of trash collection every week. The items will be taken to a recycling center to be processed and returned to market.
What is accepted:
Clear or colored glass
Plastic #1 through #7
We do not accept anti-freeze or motor oil containers.
Questions? Call City Service Director Max Crown at 740.622.1465.
Where located: On 22375 County Road 1A, across from the KIA Bridge outside of the City of Coshocton. What is accepted:
Glass (clear and brown only)
Plastic number 1
Plastic number 2
Aluminum cans (current market value is paid on aluminum cans). Questions? Call 740.622.9482
According to Ohio Law, you MUST have a tire hauler’s license to transport 10 or more tires. You can contract Campbell’s Scrap Tires, Central Ohio Contractors or another licensed hauler to handle large amount of tires. If you have a smaller number of tires, there are several local dealers who will accept your tires. Remember there is charge for disposing of tires, regardless of number of tires.
Small Number of Tires
Where Located: 110 West Pine Street, Coshocton.
Mullett Tire Service
Where Located: 23839 Airport Road, Coshocton.
Large Number of Tires
Campbell’s Scrap Tire
Where Located: 2485 Maysville Pike, Zanesville, Ohio
Where Located: 3041 Jackson Pike, Grove City, Ohio
Mission Auto Connection.
Where located: 44672 US Route 36
Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Mon-Fri. Questions? Call 740.623.8337.
Other Recycling Opportunities
47359 County Road 496 (just beyond Skip’s Recycling)
What they take: Will buy used and junk vehicles junk, scrap iron & metals, dismantled used auto parts, copper, brass, aluminum, steel
Hours: Open Mon-Fri 8-4:30,Sat 8-12 Closed Sun Questions? Call 740.622.6276
Lity’s Scrap Yard
23820 CR 621 (behind ODOT post near Canal Lewisville) Coshocton, OH 43812
What they take: Will buy aluminum, copper, stainless steel, brass, scrap iron and metals, batteries, cars, appliances
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8-4:30, Sat 8 -12
Questions? Call 740.622.6220
20298 Perry Township Road
What they take: Pays market value for aluminum cans, scrap metal, cars and batteries
Hours: 8-5, 7 days a week.
Questions? Call 740.502.7074
USED MOTOR OIL
Used motor oil that is not contaminated with other liquids (such as water, antifreeze, etc.) may be returned to any of these local businesses free of charge for recycling:
Prince’s Wrecker Service – 134 North 5th Street, Coshocton, OH. Phone: 740.622.3916
Coshocton County Engineer’s Office- 23194 County Road 621, Coshocton, OH. Phone: 740.622.2135 Open M-F, 7 a.m.-4 p.m.
Advance Auto Parts – 329 South 2nd Street, Coshocton, OH. Phone: 740.622.6008
Auto Zone – 340 South 2nd Street, Coshocton, OH. Phone: 740.622.0373
OLD INK JET CARTRIDGES
River View Elementary Schools accept used ink-jet printer cartridges for recycling. You may drop off cartridges during regular school hours. Call your local school district to see if they participate in the program as well.
Rechargeable batteries may be dropped off at the Walhounding Valley or Coshocton City Fire Departments during regular business hours at no charge. All batteries will be shipped for proper handling and recycling. No non-rechargeable batteries are accepted.
Disposable batteries (i.e AA, AAA, C, D, etc.) and cell phone batteries may be dropped off at Coshocton, Warsaw and West Lafayette Post Offices and Coshocton and West Lafayette Libraries.
You can take old computers and all their peripherals (printers, etc.) to Goodwill in Coshocton free of charge. They can even give you a tax write-off if you’d like!
Questions? Call 740.622.2288
FLOURESCENT LIGHT BULBS
The Coshocton County Health Department will accept long fluorescent light bulbs for recycling. If you have CFLs (compact fluorescent lights), many large stores such as Home Depot also may accept them for recycling.