SOLID and INFECTIOUS WASTE INSPECTIONS
As an EPA-approved health district, Summit County Public Health makes inspections of solid waste landfills, demolition landfills, composting facilities, scrap tire facilities and generators of infectious waste.
Environmental Health Code Chapter 1030 - Solid and Infectious Wastes
Sharps Disposal Program
SCPH has established a Sharps Disposal Program for residents in Summit County to safely collect and dispose of used and unwanted sharps. Sharps by definition are used medical needles and other sharp medical instruments, such as IV catheters or needle/syringe units.
Summit County residents can participate in this program by bringing in full
sharps containers for disposal to Summit County Public Health at either the Graham Road location or the Barberton location. Residents can also purchase new empty sharps containers at these locations.
Summit County Public Health is open from 8:00am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. There is a cost of $5.00 to dispose of full sharps containers and an additional charge of $5.00 to purchase a new 5-quart sharps container.
For more information about this program, please contact Brooke Semonin at (330) 926-5659.