Dispose of Tools and Usable Building Materials Right

Do not place tools, lumber, glass panes, or building materials in your recycling cart or bin.


Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity ReStore accepts donations of tools (hand, power, and yard) appliances (10 years old or less), windows and doors, cabinets, fixtures, sinks, furniture, lumber (6 ft. or longer), and more. All items must be in good, usable condition. Items are cleaned and processed for resale to the general public.

Habitat has two ReStore locations: 2110 West 110th Street in Cleveland and 4601 Northfield Road in North Randall. For more information, call Habitat for Humanity at (216) 429-3631 or see their website.


Usable tools and products can be donated to local community service organizations that use the items to support their work. A list of donation opportunities is below.


Recycling and Disposal

Some small, non-working power tools can be recycled at Best Buy, Home Depot, or Staples stores. Check with your local store.

Large items such as lawnmowers and snowblowers, in non-working condition, may be picked up by your city on bulky waste collection day. Contact your city service department for details. 



Looking to recycle, donate, or dispose of other items? Use the dark blue 'What Do I Do With?' search bar at the top of every page of this website. Allow location services or use the city drop-down to find opportunities in your local area. 

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