The Bellevue Recycling program will No longer be offered at the Bellevue Community Center as of Saturday, September 22, 2012. The Ottawa-Sandusky-Seneca solid waste district is changing the way they collect materials in their drop-off program. The district is making the transition to permanent co-mingled drop off programs instead of temporary manned collection sites. The city of Bellevue has chosen not to participate in the new system. Any questions regarding the changes please contact MARC WEISENBERGER at the Bellevue Community Center at 419-483-5555.
The following companies offer curbside recycling on a subscription basis in the city of Bellevue or free drop-off site for specific items.
Fultz and Son – 419-547-9365
Republic Services – 1-800-686-2454
Kemper Recycling & Disposal – 419-483-2340 (drop-off site for specific items)
Kemper Recycling & Disposal located at 403 Monroe St. is offering drop-off services, providing containers at their facility. They will accept cardboard, newspaper, magazines, aluminum and steel cans. NO glass or plastic at this time. Scrap iron, metal, brass, copper, and appliances with Freon removed are accepted Monday – Friday from 8am – 4pm and Saturdays from 8am to 11:30am. After hour containers available for specific household recycled materials listed above only.
We have enjoyed providing this service in cooperation with the O-S-S Solid Waste District and Kemper Recycling & Disposal for the past 12 years. It is our hope that the new services now provided by private hauling companies and Kemper’s will make recycling even more convenient and encourage more Bellevue residents to recycle. Thank you and we apologize for any inconvenience!