The Interchange is an online materials exchange service for businesses with excess or unwanted materials or for businesses looking for available materials. All services provided by Interchange Staff are free, listed materials may be free or there may be a cost associated. Read the latest newsletter: Summer 2013. Reference a past issue.
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How to use The Interchange online
Responding to a listing:
Follow the links to either materials wanted or materials available. Under these links, materials are divided into categories, such as plastics or metals.
Placing a listing:
If you would like to add a new listing, you can link to a Listing Form from this site. Just click on "Add a New Listing", fill out the form and submit it to our offices. You may fax a completed form to The Interchange at (513) 946-7779, email Susan Schumacher or contact her by phone at (513) 946-7734, or mail the form to the Business Specialist, 250 William Howard Taft Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45219.
Tracking is one of the most important and difficult tasks for The Interchange staff. Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District uses this information to sustain and promote The Interchange as a free service. If you exchange a material, please contact Susan Schumacher at (513) 946-7734 to report any successful exchanges, or download a tracking form (pdf file) and fax it to (513) 946-7779.
Disclaimer Information provided through The Interchange is supplied by the lister of the material. The Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District is not responsible for any information, error or misrepresentation in the newsletter. The Interchange is not responsible for any warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy of the material description, the suitability of the material for a particular use or the merchantability of any material listed. The Interchange reserves the right not to list a material or to edit information provided by any listing party. The mention of a specific business or program does not necessarily represent an endorsement.