Trash & Recycling

Trash and recycle  Alert

Holiday & Special Changes / Closures:

Recycling Collection: NO COLLECTION on Thanksgiving (11/28/19). Moved to Friday 11/29/19.

Trash Collection: No alerts at this time.

Transfer Station: CLOSED on Thanksgiving Day (11/28/19), Christmas Day (12/25/19) and New Year’s Day 1/1/20. Open the day following the holiday.

Dial-A-Truck: No alerts at this time.

Trash Collection

Trash is collected weekly on your regular trash day (PDF), including all holidays.  Trash should NOT be brought to the curb on your collection day.  It should be left up your driveway with a clear path for collectors to gather it on your specific day.


Residential curbside recycling is collected on Thursdays unless it falls on a holiday at which point it will resume its normal schedule the following week. The Recycling Flyer (PDF) contains information regarding what can be recycled curbside and at the City of Summit Transfer Station (operated by the City).

Business Recycling

For information on procedures for recycling by businesses, click the following link to view Business Recycling Flyer (PDF).

Click the image below to learn more:

Collection Info Sheet

Transfer Station

The municipal Transfer Station provides recycling, composting and solid waste disposal. The Transfer Station is closed on major holidays and regular hours of operation are:

Tuesday through Friday - 7:30a - 3:45p 

Saturday - 7:30a - 4:45p

For more information about the City Transfer station, CLICK HERE.

Union County Disposal Events

Union County offers several events annually that allow for county residents to various materials.  View the Union County Recycling 2019 Flyer (PDF) to learn more.


To learn more about the City's bulky item curbside pick-up program including acceptable items and schedule, CLICK HERE.

Proper Paint Disposal

Click the image to the right for specific instructions on how to properly dispose of paint.

Click image to download:

Proper Paint Disposal Poster

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