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Recycle at the Restore

Current Health Protocols

All five area ReStores are open to the public with health and safety precautions in place. All shoppers and staff must wear a mask and maintain social distancing. The number of customers permitted at one time in the stores will be limited as per Department of Health guidelines. Additional cleaning protocols have been implemented. We ask that the first hour of business (9 – 10 am) be reserved for the elderly and those in high-risk health categories. Volunteers will not be working in the stores at this time.

Donations of gently new and used building materials, home goods, furniture, and working appliances will be during open store hours. You may call to schedule a pick up for large items that cannot be easily dropped off at a store location, or schedule online. We look forward to your continued support of Habitat for Humanity and hope that you will support us in keeping our ReStore operations safe for donors, customers, and employees. 

Donate Your Unwanted Electronics & Metal

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati’s recycling efforts don’t stop with the donated appliances, furniture, cabinets and other home materials. HFHGC has partnered with other organizations to recycle electronics and metals.  Just drop off any of the items listed below at any one of our five ReStore locations during operating hours.


Acceptable Electronics
Laptops Computer Towers
Servers Keyboards
Mice Printers/Fax machines
Speakers Copiers all sizes
Scanners UPS & Battery Backup Systems
All Stereo Equipment Cameras
Camcorders Cell Phones
All Palm Equipment Video Game Systems
DVD Players CD and DVD Media Video Games
All Phone Equipment Floppy Disks


Copper Brass
Steel Aluminum

Along with providing this valuable service to the community, Habitat for Humanity ReStores are diverting thousands of tons of usable items from local landfills by giving them a second life. Based on the sanitation industry’s standard formula for calculating how much material is being diverted, HFHGC ReStores diverted approximately 1,419 tons of material . . . over 2.8 million pounds last year — up over 155 tons from the previous year!

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