NEWS: Cohen Washington Court House is CLOSED as of Tuesday, December 3, 2019.

What Does Cohen Accept for Recycling?

As a rule of thumb, if the item in question is made of metal, uses batteries, or plugs in, Cohen can recycle it. To look up a specific item, start typing it in the box below. We continue to update this library of recyclable items and welcome your suggestions.

For questions not answered here, please visit Find a Location and call the recycling center nearest to you.

Alternators

Aluminum

Aluminum Siding

Antennas

Batteries

Batteries (Alkaline)

Batteries (Auto)

Blenders

Brass

Bronze

Cable Box

Cables and Cords

Cameras

Chargers and Adapters

Chrome

Circuit Boards

Cobalt

Coffee Makers

Compactors

Converters

Copper

Curtain Rods

Decorative Lights

Door Knob

Dryers

DVD Players

DVR

Electric Motors

Engines

Fan

Faucet

Fencing

Ferrous

Furnaces

Game Consoles

Garden Tools

Golf Clubs

Grills

Hair Dryers

Hardware

Headphones

Humidifiers

HVAC

Iron

Keyboards

Lamps

Lead

Light Fixtures

Magnesium

Mailboxes

Medical Devices

Microphones

Microwaves

Mixers

Monitors

Motorcycles

Mouse

Nails

Nickel

Non-Ferrous

Ovens

Power Strips

Precious Metals

Radiator (Auto)

Radiators

Rebar

Routers and Modems

Scanners

Screws

Slow Cookers

Snowblower

Speakers

Stainless Steel

Teapot

Telephones

Tin

Titanium

Toasters

ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED

For the safety of our customers, employees, and equipment, Cohen cannot accept certain materials, including but not limited to: paint cans, light bulbs, batteries (except auto batteries), tires, vacuums, ammunition, containers under pressure, and radioactive material. Other materials may be accepted with proper documentation, at the yard manager’s discretion, including: kegs, engraved plaques, shopping carts, business equipment, burnt wire, street signs, and historical or commemorative artifacts.

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For years, Cohen has partnered with Ronald McDonald House of Cincinnati to make it even more rewarding to recycle your empties. Every month, Cohen makes a donation to RMHC based on the value of pop tabs brought in to our facilities. So collect and bring in your pop tabs, and help Cohen make a difference to families right here in the tri-state. Thank you!