Residents provide their own trash containers. Trash and recycling is collected on Wednesdays. Collection can occur any time between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. The schedule may change during a holiday week. See the 2017 Holiday Schedule for exact weeks
As a general rule, Rumpke of Ohio, Inc. will pick up all trash generated by a Dublin household. If you experience missed collection or any other service issues please click here to make a service request or call Streets and Utilities at 614.410.4750.
Collection guidelines include:
- Containers should not exceed a 30-gallon capacity or weigh more than 50 pounds when full.
- Refuse of a commercial nature (generated by businesses, contractors hired to perform services for homeowners, etc.) will not be picked up by Rumpke.
- Bulk materials such as boards, fencing, paneling or carpeting should be cut into 4-foot lengths with all nails, staples and screws removed to prevent puncture wounds. Please tie in 18-inch bundles weighing no more than 50 pounds.
- Loose materials such as sod, dirt and sand must be placed in trash cans and weigh no more than 50 lbs. Cardboard boxes used as receptacles will not be collected if they have become wet.
- Recycle furniture and appliances by donating them to a charity of choice. Rumpke will collect these items during regular pick up if they are placed at the curb. All upholstered items such as mattresses and furniture must be wrapped in plastic when placed at the curb. The cost for disposing large appliances such as refrigerators is $60 per appliance. Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), typically found in appliances that use a refrigerant (i.e., air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers, dehumidifiers), must be removed before the appliance may be recycled or disposed. Contact Rumpke directly at 800.828.8171 to make arrangements for disposal of CFC-containing appliances.
- Additional resources on recycling and repurposing available through the City’s Off the Curb! Program – Recycle/Reuse Ideas
Acceptable containers for non-recyclable refuse include:
- Sealed plastic bags or sealed paper bags with a mill thickness of at least 1.5 and a maximum capacity of 30 gallons.
- Metal or plastic cans or barrels with two handles and a tightly fitting lid.
- Cardboard boxes for bulky or loose material other than garbage. Overloaded or wet boxes are unacceptable containers.
Residents who use the sharps collection service for hypodermic needles and other items can now place sharps containers directly into their trash container rather than dropping them off at the Dublin Service Center. Residents can still pick up their sharps containers at the Service Center, 6555 Shier Rings Road.
Electronic waste recycling available in Dublin
Dublin residents now have electronic waste recycling available for free, nearby and five days a week.
In partnership with Accurate IT, the City is providing an e-waste recycling site at the Dublin Service Center, 6555 Shier Rings Rd. Items can be dropped off Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. More information go to http://dublinohiousa.gov/dev/living/its-greener-in-dublin/
Refuse and Recycling Bins
Trash and recycle bins should be removed promptly after pick-up and kept indoors where possible. If kept outdoors, they must be properly screened from view. If you are in doubt as to what screening may be needed contact us at 614.410.4600 for assistance.