Are you proud of to be so green?
Loveland, Oh. - Residents recycled 1,268 tons of metal, glass, plastic, and paper in 2013. Curbside recycling increased by 43 tons in 2013 compared to 2012. Residents saved resources, conserved energy, and reduced pollution by recycling.
Loveland residents recycled 21.62% of their total waste stream in 2012, which is up from the 16.85% achieved in 2009 when the City first began offering curbside recycling toters. On average, each household in Loveland recycled 564 pounds in 2013. To put the recycling efforts in Loveland in context, consider that the community:
- Conserved enough energy to power every home in Loveland for 14 days.
- Reduced more greenhouse gas pollution than if every household in Loveland rode their bicycle to work for 11 weeks.
- Saved 10,174 trees from being harvested.
To continue the trend of increased recycling, the City of Loveland continues to offer wheeled recycling carts to make it easier for residents to recycle. These wheeled carts are available on a first-come, first service basis. Residents can request a recycling bin online by clicking here.