Furniture And Appliances
Sofas, stoves, hot water heaters, tables, mattresses, washers/dryers, etc. will be collected with regular trash collection. Gently used items may be donated for reuse. Visit SWACO for more information.
CFC Appliances (Refrigerators and Dehumidifiers)
These items will not be picked up with regular collection and require special arrangements.
CFC Appliances – Any appliance containing Freon such as: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, dehumidifiers require disposal by certified professionals. Visit the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) for a list of service providers.
Motor Oil and Car Batteries
May be dropped off at the Service & Engineering Department daily. Motor oil may not be mixed with other material and must be in a leak-proof container and labeled. Please set it outside the gate, at the north end of the building, in the designated shed.
Tires will not be collected. They may be dropped off at the following locations:
• NTB at 4800 Sinclair Rd. (614-433-1303) and 6700 Schrock Rd (614-846-8001) for a fee.
• Liberty Tire Service at 3041 Jackson Pike (614-871-8097) for a fee.
Visit SWACO for more options.
Residents may dispose of Christmas trees and other live greenery by setting them out for the year-round Friday Yard Waste Collections or by bringing them to the Service & Engineering Department (380 Highland Ave. Monday - Friday 8AM - 4PM). Since all trash must be separated from yard waste, all decorations including tinsel, ornaments and supporting wire must be removed before setting to the curb. In addition, trees cannot be covered with plastic bags or tarps. Trees left covered will not be picked up. Trees taller than 5 feet must be cut in two pieces. For more information, call the Service & Engineering Department at 431-2425.
Residents may drop of electronics of most types at the Department of Service and Engineering weekdays between the hours of 7:30am and 3:00pm. Please check into the front office. Acceptable items include nearly anything that has a plug or takes batteries to power. The only exceptions are CRT (tube type) televisions and computer monitors, and any freon appliance such as dehumidifiers or refrigerators. Anyone caught dropping off such items will be banned from use of the drop off.