Clayton Green Initiatives

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The City of Clayton knows that many of our residents are interested in protecting their environment and limiting the size of their carbon footprint. As an organization we look for ways to make it easier for our residents to recycle. From getting large recycling totes for residents to using the yard waste collected at Sweep Clayton Clean events each summer, we want to do our part.
Dayton Power and Light - Appliance Recycling

Spring & Fall Sweep Clayton Clean bi-annual events

Residents may dispose of junk, storage, furniture, wood, tree limbs and yard debris. Learn more at

Document Shredding Event

Residents are welcome to bring up to four bags or boxes of items to be shredded.  Shredding is OFF-SITE. Proof of residency required. Sorry, no businesses. Learn more at

Electronic Recycling

We have been notified by Goodwill that they will not be hosting electronic recycling events, due to commodity prices being so low they cannot recover their costs. However, we have found an alternative for you. Ohio Drop Off has a location in Union, Ohio Mulch.

Ohio Prescription Drug Drop Boxes

Ohio Prescription Drug Drop Boxes are where people can take unwanted prescription drugs and over the counter items, below is a list of locations that are close to Clayton and accessible 24 hours.
Clayton Administrative Offices
6996 Taywood Rd.

Brookville Police Department
301 Sycamore Street

Englewood Police Department
333 West National

Huber Heights Police Department
6121 Taylorsville





Trash Recycling Schedule - Republic Services

Recycling is provided on a bi-weekly basis, at no additional charge, the same day your regular trash is collected. A recycle toter is provided at no additional charge, if you do not have a recycling toter, or wish to use more than one recycling toter please contact us at 937-268-8110 to request a toter.

Bulk Waste Pick-Up

 If you need to dispose of oversized items such as home furnishings, mattresses and box springs, carpet, appliances, or home construction debris and you are the occupant of a single-family home, you are entitled to one bulk pick-up per month. Bulk waste pick-ups may be scheduled by calling Republic Waste Services at 937-268-8110.

Household Hazardous Waste

Residential household hazardous waste may be disposed of at the Montgomery County Solid Waste District facilities located at 1001 Encrete Lane, Dayton. They can be reached at 937-225-4999. The facility is opened Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Closed Sunday.

The following materials will not be accepted: asbestos, radioactive material, explosives and items over 25 pounds or 15 gallons.