Located along the Little Miami National Wild and; Scenic River, the Newtown area has been inhabited for nearly 3,000 years. The Adena, Woodland, and Fort Ancient peoples left world-renowned sites and artifacts, while European pioneers settled here in the late 1700s. Now Newtown is a vibrant Midwestern village with well-kept homes, excellent parks, a link to the Little Miami Bike Trail, and a unique business district. Enjoy your visit to our website—and please see us in person soon!
RUMPKE (www.rumpke.com) Customer Service for Newtown Residents (877) 786-7537
Commercial Department (513) 851-0122 (Dumpsters)
TRASH AND RECYCLE PICKUP
Trash and recyclable materials are picked up on Mondays throughout the Village of Newtown by Rumpke. Rumpke will pickup from residences a maximum of four (4) trash containers once per week.
Containers and other trash to be picked up for the regularly scheduled collection by Rumpke, shall not be set out on the curb before 5:00pm of the evening preceding the scheduled collection day. Containers must be removed from the curb and/or public right-of-way on the day of collection.
RECYCLING RECEPTACLES AND ACCEPTABLE RECYCLABLE MATERIALS
The Village of Newtown provides our residents with two different types of recycling receptacles. According to your need, we offer a red recycling bin and a 65-gallon recycling wheeled tote. Our Maintenance department will be happy to deliver the red recycling receptacle to your home. Please call (513.271.2009) and leave your name, address and phone number. The 65-gallon recycling wheeled tote can be ordered through Rumpke at 1.877.786.7537 (Customer Service Ext. 7673) The wheeled tote MUST be used for recyclables ONLY.
ACCEPTABLE RECYCLABLE MATERIALS: plastic bottles & jugs (lids may now be left on plastic bottles and jugs.), glass bottles & jars, aluminum/steel cans, bottle caps, empty aerosol cans (remove tips), newspapers, magazines, phone books, brown paper grocery bags, junk mail, office paper, cardboard (please flatten to conserve space), paperboard (i.e., cereal boxes), paper cartons are now recyclable such as the type that orange juice and soup come in, envelopes and clean pizza boxes (please remove food).
To learn more about recycling in our community, visit these websites:
DISPOSAL OF LARGER ITEMS
There is no additional cost for the pickup of large items (such as furniture, mattresses, hot water heaters and other whiteware items) generated by any residential unit. For these larger items, Rumpke requests that residents call their Customer Service to give a 24 hour notice and arrange for pick-up.
MATTRESS PICK-UP: ALL mattresses MUST be wrapped in plastic. Plastic wrapping may be purchased at Home Depot or Lowes.
Cincinnati Health Department (513) 357-7200 or (www.cincinnati-oh.gov)
FURNITURE DISPOSAL: Furniture disposal can be troublesome and may require an additional staff member. Rumpke requires that you phone ahead if you plan on disposing large pieces of furniture. Rumpke will only remove one large piece per week. Phone 1.877.786.7537 (Customer Service Ext. 7673) for additional information.
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS ITEM DISPOSAL: For a list of businesses that will accept household hazardous waste, call Hamilton County Environmental Services at 946-7700 or visit www.hamiltoncountyrecycles.org. Computer and Television Recycling Drop-Off – visit: (www.hcdoes.org) or call (513) 946-7766 for more information.
A new Federal Law affects the disposal of “White Goods” containing CFC refigerants. Items such as refrigerators, ice makers, window air conditioners and freezers contain CFCs. The following steps are necessary to dispose of “White Good” items.
– Contact a local appliance service center that can provide CFC removal. – The technician should tape evidence of CFC removal from the appliance. – Contact Rumpke at (513) 742-2900 and request a CFC removal application. – This application must accompany the certificate of CFC removal from certified service center. – Place “White Good” item on curb with proper documentation of CFC removal for regular trash pickup.