Findlay Market Offers Recyclable Drop-Off This Month

You can get rid of your recyclables and help the market's sustainability initiatives.

click to enlarge Findlay Market recycling events - Photo: Provided by Findlay Market
Photo: Provided by Findlay Market
Findlay Market recycling events
Findlay Market is hosting recycling events in July to help make the Earth a little greener.

Partnering with Cincinnati Recycling & Reuse as part of its Greening the Market Sustainability initiatives, Findlay Market will offer recycling of select items on Saturdays, July 21 and July 28 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The market held its first recycling event this past Saturday.

Recycling will be set up in the Outdoor Market across from ETC Produce & Provisions. Recyclable items being collected include:

On July 21 (Items must be cleaned and dried)

  • Plastic straws
  • Wrapped and unwrapped plastic utensils
  • Kroger brand(s) plastic bags/packaging
  • Bread bags
  • Contact lens packaging
  • Oral care products
  • #5 Plastic containers that do not already get recycled normally (such as butter or yogurt containers)

On July 28 (Fees marked by each item)

  • Light bulbs ($1/each)
  • Batteries ($1/pound)
  • General electronics smaller than a shoebox, including phones, tablets, laptops, chargers, cords, curling irons and hair dryers ($10/person up to 2 full grocery bags)

Findlay Market, 1801 Race St., Over-the-Rhine. Learn more about the Greening the Market Initiatives here:

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