Businesses


Recycling

Composting

Construction & Demolition Debris

Hazardous Waste

City of Hilliard Stormwater Utility Credit

Recycling

Because needs vary from one type of business to another, commercial entities must contact a recycling service provider individually to arrange for appropriate services. The ESC is, however, committed to assisting Hilliard businesses with their recycling efforts. Below is a (partial) list of recycling service providers in Central Ohio. Additional services are listed on the Residential Services page.

If you are a recycling service provider and would like to be added to this list, please contact the ESC.

 

Ace Iron & Metal​​​​​​​​​ 614-443-1403
(aluminum, copper, brass, stainless, automobiles, precious metals)

Buckeye Recycling614-235-4886
(aluminum scrap and siding, catalytic converters, transmissions, nonferrous metals, copper, brass, steel, radiators)

Central City Auto Parts 614-276-9617
(Non-ferrous metal)

Central Ohio Contractors 614-801-0480
(construction demolition materials)

CycleMet, Inc. West 614-276-0202
(steel, brass, copper, lead, radiators, zinc, siding)

Liberty Tire Recycling 614-871-8097
(car, truck, and tractor tires)

Mark Gray Enterprises – 614-272-0555
Accepts appliances with Freon.

Phoenix Recycling – 614-443-4801
(mixed office paper, corrugated cardboard, plastics 1-7  ((including polystyrene)), post-industrial plastics)

PSC Metals – Joyce Ave. – 614-299-4175
Will pay for metals and appliances. Will pay for appliances containing Freon and will evacuate Freon at no charge.

PSC Metals – Parsons Ave.- 614-443-0518
Will pay for metals and appliances. Will pay for appliances containing Freon and will evacuate Freon at no charge.

Recycling Exchange North​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ -​ 614-471-5956
(mixed office paper, IBM cards, copper, aluminum, brass, nonferrous metal, plastic, corrugated cardboard)

RockTenn 614-445-8188
(mixed office paper, newspaper, phone books, corrugated cardboard, scrap metal, aluminum)

Royal Paper Stock Company, Inc.  614-851-4714
(mixed office paper, magazines, phone books, and large quantities of newspaper)

Rumpke Recycling 614-421-0032
(mixed office paper, newspaper, phone books, magazines, aluminum, plastic, glass, corrugated cardboard)

SBC Recycling Corporation ​ 740-893-3567
(plastics including plastic films, mixed office paper, newspaper, phone books, magazines, corrugated cardboard)

Sims Recycling  614-237-2330
(aluminum, copper, steel, brass, siding, radiators, mixed office paper)

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Composting

Food Scrap Composting

Up to 90% of waste thrown out by supermarkets and restaurants is food scraps. In fact, food scraps are the third largest segment of the waste stream in the United States. Thus, composting is a great way for restaurants and grocers to not only reduce their impact on the environment, but also reduce their waste disposal costs.

Ohio EPA maintains information about food scrap composting at its Food Scraps Recovery Initiative page.

Additionally, the following facilities currently accept food scraps at their composting facilities. If you would like to be added to this list, please contact the ESC.

Provider Contact Services Provided
Kurtz Brothers, Inc. Rick Serio
(614) 873-2000 ext. 44
Yard waste and food scrap
composting

Yard/Landscaping Waste Composting

The following facilities in Central Ohio accept yard waste for composting. If you would like to be added to this list, please contact the ESC.

Provider Contact Services Provided
Com-Til Compost Facility
(Operated by City of
Columbus)
(614) 645-3153 Yard waste composting
Kurtz Brothers, Inc. (614) 873-2000 Yard waste and food scrap
composting
Ohio Mulch (614) 921-9330 (Roberts Road
location)
Yard waste composting

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Construction & Demolition Debris

Construction and Demolition Debris (C&DD) materials must be disposed of at C&DD disposal facilities. The following is a list of C&DD disposal facilities in Central Ohio. If you would like to be added to this list, please contact the ESC.

Frank Road C & D Recycling Solutions
2230 Brown Road
Columbus, Ohio
614-539-3722

Scott Wrecking C & D Landfill
1377 Harmon Avenue
Columbus, Ohio
614-443-7134

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Hazardous Waste

State law prohibits the disposal of hazardous waste (such as paint, paint thinner, pesticides, cleaners, etc.) in solid waste landfills. For more information on the disposal of hazardous waste, please visit SWACO.

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City of Hilliard Stormwater Utility Credit

Commercial customers may be eligible to reduce their standard Stormwater Utility Fee for their contributions to reducing stormwater runoff on their properties. Not only does reducing runoff decrease strain on Hilliard’s stormwater infrastructure, it also benefits the environment by reducing erosion and preventing pollutants from being carried into the city’s waterways.

Eligibility

Stormwater Education

Schools located within Hilliard’s city limits may be eligible for a stormwater utility credit for the implementation of any of the following educational activities:

  • Incorporating stormwater education into the standard curriculum
  • Certain educational activities such as essay or poster contests
  • Public service activities such as stream or road clean-ups
  • The development of educational websites, videos, etc.

Peak Flow Reduction and BMP Demonstration Projects

Commercial customers may also be eligible to receive a stormwater utility credit for projects that reduce peak runoff from their property by at least 10%.

Further, the city may grant an additional credit for projects demonstrating certain best management practices. Examples of BMP demonstration projects may include:

  • Infiltration basins or strips
  • Rain gardens
  • Bio-retention systems
  • Pervious pavement

Stormwater Infrastructure Maintenance

Finally, commercial customers may be eligible to receive a stormwater utility credit for any of the following maintenance activities:

  • Maintenance of public stormwater open channels (such as swales, grass channels, or vegetated filler strips)
  • Stream, road, or park clean-ups

For more detailed information on the credit program and application procedures, please see the City of Hilliard’s Stormwater Utility Page or contact Clyde Seidle.

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