Green Living/Recycle

Many residents are interested in learning more about "going green". The links below are intended to provide a starting point for those who are interested in exploring more about this topic.

  • Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy: Do you have "energy vampires" in your house? Learn more about energy efficiency and find out.
  • Arbor Day Foundation: Did you know that Rock Hill is a Tree City? Learn more about the benefits of trees in our neighborhoods.
  • Environmental Protection Agency: Do you want to stop bagging leaves? Learn about composting and other green ideas for your home and garden.
  • MSD Project Clear: If storm inlets/catch basins, storm sewers and drainage channels are impacted by non-storm water discharges or illegal dumping of waste, contact MSD, Division of Environmental Compliance at 314-436-8710 for investigation and enforcement.
  • Guide to Going Green at Home:  Easy things kids and families can do to practice green living at home. (Special thanks to Ms. Platt and her students (Jessica, Jocelyn, Adam, and Madalyn) in Bay Minette, AL for sharing this resource with Rock Hill residents.  The students used Rock Hill's page as part of their environmental science lesson and decided to share some of their research.)
  • Recycle Wizard, St. Louis County: Need help? Type the name of a waste item and we'll tell you how to recycle or dispose of it.
  • E-cycle/Shred Event: The City hosts a yearly E-cycle Event where residents can recycle electronics and shred documents.