Solid Waste Plan Update
Hamilton County R3Source (formerly Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District) is currently updating its 15-year Solid Waste Plan, as required by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. The update process takes place every five years. A solid waste plan is a guidance document that a local solid waste district uses to implement programs and initiatives to continually improve recycling and waste reduction within its jurisdiction.
Throughout the process, we will maintain transparency by providing documents for public review on this webpage.
Here are several options to provide your input:
Attend the Public Input Meeting on March 15 at 11:30 a.m.
Complete the Solid Waste Plan Survey for residents or businesses
Share your ideas using the "Big Ideas" form below.
2018 - 2032 Solid Waste Plan
This is Solid Waste Plan under which we are currently operating. It is provided here as a reference document.
Draft Documents for the 2024 - 2039 Solid Waste Plan
Difficult to Manage Waste Streams (posted 2/25/22)
Economic Incentive Analysis (posted 2/25/22)
Residential Recycling Infrastructure Analysis (posted 2/25/22)
Business Strategy Analysis (posted 3/18/22)
Diversion Analysis (posted 3/18/22)
Education and Outreach Analysis (posted 3/18/22)
Regional Analysis (posted 3/22/22)
Data Collection Analysis (posted 3/23/22)
Recyclable Materials Processing Capacity Analysis (posted 4/13/22)
Marketing Analysis (posted 5/5/22)
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Report (posted 5/5/22)
Special Needs Analysis- Environmental Enforcement (posted 5/9/22)
Waste Composition Analysis (posted 5/11/22
Conclusions, Actions, Priorities (posted 5/17/22)