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default map pin icon 415 East Stockbridge Avenue, Kalamazoo, MI 49001, USA

This listing was last updated on: November 30, 2020

Expanded listing for: City of Kalamazoo

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Notes
  • Remove caps/lids and put in trash
  • Rinse or wipe clean all food or other residue from bottles & containers
Exceptions
  • No Bags, Wrap or Film Plastic
  • No Foam
  • No Foam Blocks/Shapes
  • No Foam Food Service: cups, plates, take-out containers
  • No Foam Peanuts
  • No Hazardous Product Containers
  • No Microwavable Containers
  • No Motor Oil Bottles/Containers
  • No Thin Foamed Product Wrap/Sheets

Description: Based on the pdf Blueprint for Action , by 2015, Kalamazoo will be a city where residents move easily, by motorized or non-motorized means, between vibrant neighborhoods, including an active downtown that is the focus of important community activities. It will be the regional center of cultural, educational, and economic activity and health care services. And it will have well-established, well-preserved and well-used greenways and open spaces, including neighborhood and community parks that are effectively interconnected by bikeways, pedestrian paths and roads. Diversity will be a virtue and Kalamazoo's vitality will be sustainable with balance among the needs of the environment, the economy and the social needs of its residents. The City of Kalamazoo established a value system that substantiates its foundation through community interconnectedness. These values include: •Belonging - inclusive community building •Economic Opportunity & Stability - creating a stable local economy •Equity - equal treatment and access to community systems •Safety & Security - feeling safe and secure •Sense of Community - open communication between government and citizens •Shared Leadership - citizen, corporate citizen and government cooperation •Striking A Balance - creating a livable and sustainable community Kalamazoo strives to be the place of abundant opportunity for all its citizens. Our community's vision and values help make Kalamazoo a great place to live and work. We offer reputable schools, colleges and universities, two nationally recognized healthcare systems, diverse housing stock, well-maintained roadways, award winning wastewater treatment plant, safe and secure neighborhoods, accessible parks, lakes and golf courses. The City of Kalamazoo also offers many of the cultural attractions that you would find in larger metropolitan areas, including art, theatre, dance, music, restaurants and much more.

default map pin icon 1800 East State Road, Lansing, MI 48906, USA

This listing was last updated on: November 30, 2020

Expanded listing for: City of East Lansing
Materials:
Notes
  • Do not bag recyclables
  • Rinse or wipe clean all food or other residue from bottles & containers
Exceptions
  • No Bags, Wrap or Film Plastic
  • No Blister Pack
  • No Foam Peanuts
  • No Hazardous Product Containers
  • No Motor Oil Bottles/Containers
  • No Plastic marked PVC (3)
  • No Pouches
  • No Straws

Description: Home of Michigan State University, the City of East Lansing provides residential curbside recycling and refuse services and a 24/7 drop off recycling site.

default map pin icon 1198 Grant Street, Charlevoix, MI 49720, USA

This listing was last updated on: December 01, 2020

Expanded listing for: Charlevoix County Recycling

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  • Empty and replace cap
  • Include lids with containers
  • Remove tape and labels from foam blocks and shapes/protective packaging
  • Rinse or wipe clean all food or other residue from bottles & containers
  • Separate non plastic (e.g. paper or metal) attachments from plastic products
Exceptions
  • No Compostable Products (e.g. PLA)
  • No Electronics/Appliances
  • No Foam Peanuts
  • No Hazardous Product Containers
  • No Products that Contain Bio- or Oxi- Degradable Additives
  • No Toys with Metal or Electronics

Description: The recycle drop off locations for the County of Charlevoix.

default map pin icon 3890 Camp Road, Manistee, MI 49660, USA

This listing was last updated on: December 01, 2020

Expanded listing for: Manistee County Recycles

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  • Do not bag recyclables
  • Empty and replace cap
  • Include lids with containers
  • Remove caps/lids and put in trash
  • Rinse or wipe clean all food or other residue from bottles & containers
Exceptions
  • No Bags, Wrap or Film Plastic
  • No Black Plastic
  • No Blister Pack
  • No Buckets
  • No Compostable Products (e.g. PLA)
  • No Electronics/Appliances
  • No Flower Pots
  • No Foam
  • No Foam Blocks/Shapes
  • No Foam Food Service: cups, plates, take-out containers
  • No Foam Peanuts
  • No Food Contaminated Containers
  • No Frozen Food Bags
  • No Hazardous Product Containers
  • No Motor Oil Bottles/Containers
  • No Other Film
  • No Plastic marked PS (6)
  • No Plastic marked PVC (3)
  • No Pouches
  • No Products that Contain Bio- or Oxi- Degradable Additives
  • No Straws
  • No Thin Foamed Product Wrap/Sheets
  • No Toys
  • No Toys with Metal or Electronics

Description: Recycling is available in many communities in Manistee County either through the PA69 recycling program or from the individual local unit of government. Recycling is locally funded, so residents should recycle only in the township/city where they live. For more information about recycling in your specific area visit the Recycling in Manistee webpage, https://www.manisteecountymi.gov/356/Recycling A recycling drop-off site is also available to all residents at the Manistee County Landfill. • Republic Services Landfill and Recycling Drop-Off 3890 Camp Rd, Manistee 231.723.4850 Mon - Fri | 8am - 5pm

default map pin icon 2900 North Water Street, Bay City, MI 48708, USA

This listing was last updated on: December 02, 2020

Expanded listing for: Bay City Recycles Drop-Off Center

Hours of Operation

The Bay City Recycles Drop-off Center is open by appointment only. Use the Drop-off Scheduler tool at BayCityRecycles.org.
Materials:
Notes
  • Do not bag recyclables
  • Empty and replace cap
  • Include lids with containers
  • Remove tape and labels from foam blocks and shapes/protective packaging
  • Rinse or wipe clean all food or other residue from bottles & containers
Exceptions
  • No Bags, Wrap or Film Plastic
  • No Compostable Products (e.g. PLA)
  • No Electronics/Appliances
  • No Foam
  • No Foam Blocks/Shapes
  • No Foam Food Service: cups, plates, take-out containers
  • No Foam Peanuts
  • No Food Contaminated Containers
  • No Frozen Food Bags
  • No Hazardous Product Containers
  • No Motor Oil Bottles/Containers
  • No Other Film
  • No Plastic marked PVC (3)
  • No Pouches
  • No Straws
  • No Thin Foamed Product Wrap/Sheets
  • No Toys
  • No Toys with Metal or Electronics

Description: The Bay City Recycles Drop-off Center is a regional facility open to residents and businesses in Bay County and the surrounding region. Fees may apply. Visit BayCityRecycles for more information. What Can Be Recycled? The Bay City Recycles Center is a drop-off site for items collected at curbside plus numerous harder to manage items such as construction material, bulky furniture, large volumes of cardboard, electronics, and household batteries. How Do I Recycle at the Drop-off Center? The Bay City Recycles Drop-off Center is open by appointment only. Use the Drop-off Scheduler tool found at BayCityRecycles.org.

default map pin icon 301 Washington Ave., Bay City, MI 48708, USA

This listing was last updated on: December 02, 2020

Expanded listing for: Bay City Curbside Collection Program

Hours of Operation

Curbside collection is offered to City of Bay City residents, Monday-Friday with the exception of certain holidays. Visit BayCityRecycles.org to find your collection day and to learn about observed holidays.
Materials:
Notes
  • Do not bag recyclables
  • Empty and replace cap
  • Include lids with containers
  • Rinse or wipe clean all food or other residue from bottles & containers
Exceptions
  • No Bags, Wrap or Film Plastic
  • No Blister Pack
  • No Compostable Products (e.g. PLA)
  • No Electronics/Appliances
  • No Foam
  • No Foam Blocks/Shapes
  • No Foam Food Service: cups, plates, take-out containers
  • No Foam Peanuts
  • No Food Contaminated Containers
  • No Frozen Food Bags
  • No Hazardous Product Containers
  • No Motor Oil Bottles/Containers
  • No Non-food containers
  • No Other Film
  • No Plastic marked PVC (3)
  • No Pouches
  • No Products that Contain Bio- or Oxi- Degradable Additives
  • No Straws
  • No Thin Foamed Product Wrap/Sheets
  • No Toys
  • No Toys with Metal or Electronics

Description: Recycling in Bay City Who Can Recycle? Curbside recycling collection is available to all utility customers in the City of Bay City. What Can Be Recycled? Items collected at curbside include glass food/beverage bottles and jars; plastic bottles and containers; steel and aluminum cans; paper drink cartons; cardboard and boxboard; newspaper, magazines, junk mail and more. Check our recycling guidelines at BayCityRecycles.org. How Do I Recycle? Place all acceptable recyclable items into a single recycling container and set out each week on your regular collection day. 18-gallon recycling bins are available from the Sanitation Department at City Hall, 301 Washington Ave, Suite 413.

default map pin icon 3255 Pioneer Road, Osseo, MI 49266, USA

This listing was last updated on: December 10, 2020

Expanded listing for: Jefferson Township Transfer Station

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Materials:
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  • Include lids with containers
  • Rinse or wipe clean all food or other residue from bottles & containers
Exceptions
  • No Black Plastic
  • No Flower Pots
  • No Hazardous Product Containers
  • No Motor Oil Bottles/Containers
  • No Plastic marked PS (6)
  • No Plastic marked PVC (3)

Description: A solid waste transfer and recycling center. Mission Statement: To serve the residences and property owners of Jefferson Township and surrounding communities by having a clean, friendly and easily accessible facility for promoting recycling and affordable trash service. We are extremely proud to say that "No Jefferson Township taxpayer money is being used for the daily operation of our facility." Transfer station fees fully cover our daily operation. We have free recycling, on many items, for all participating townships. Our recycling program is funded by the sale of recyclables but when the market value of recyclable materials doesn't cover all cost then it is covered by transfer station revenues.

default map pin icon Hardwick, MA, USA

This listing was last updated on: November 11, 2014

Expanded listing for: Hardwick
Materials:
Notes
  • Include lids with containers
  • Rinse or wipe clean all food or other residue from bottles & containers
Exceptions
  • No Bags, Wrap or Film Plastic
  • No Electronics/Appliances
  • No Foam
  • No Foam Blocks/Shapes
  • No Foam Food Service: cups, plates, take-out containers
  • No Foam Peanuts
  • No Food Contaminated Containers
  • No Frozen Food Bags
  • No Hazardous Product Containers
  • No Motor Oil Bottles/Containers
  • No Other Film
  • No Pouches
  • No Thin Foamed Product Wrap/Sheets

Description: Hardwick Recycling Center is located on 2011 Barre Rd. (Route 32), Wheelwright, MA a village of Hardwick MA. Our facility is open Wednesdays 9:00am-11:00am and Saturdays 8:00am-12:00pm. In addition to accepting cardboard, mixed paper, commingle and glass we also take in many (HMW) hard to manage waste items such as mercury containing, ewaste, scrap metals, tires, used oil filters, used antifreeze, appliances, textiles, fluorescent bulbs, pcb-containing ballasts, etc. For a detailed list and pricing you can visit our website. One of the things we provide that is used by many is the "swap shed". New / gently used items come and go quickly.

default map pin icon Denver, PA, USA

This listing was last updated on: August 28, 2015

Expanded listing for: East Cocalico Township
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Description: CORRUGATED CARDBOARD & PAPER - Open Mon.-Fri. 8am to 4:30pm, Sat. 8am to 3pm. No Sundays or Holidays. A large "red dumpster" is on site for your use (100 Hill Rd., Denver, PA), located behind municipal building. Dumpsters are marked. Corrugated Cardboard: A fluted or corrugated sheet and one or two flat liner boards, similar to shipping boxes (not cereal boxes). Break down cardboard to fit into slots. Paper: Computer paper, envelopes, index cards, manila folder, paper, stationery, carbonless paper, junk mail, pamphlets, newspapers, magazines, phone books (not the covers), etc. No plastic grocery bags. CFL bulbs, cell phone drop off in lobby.

default map pin icon 12181 East University Avenue, Mitchellville, IA 50169, USA

This listing was last updated on: November 01, 2016

Expanded listing for: Metro Park East Landfill, Metro Waste Authority

Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday - 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturdays (November to March) - 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays (April to October) - 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Closed on Sundays and Major Holidays
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Description: Metro Park East Landfill is one of several recycling drop-off sites Metro Waste Authority offers, it also offers disposal options for items that can't be recycled. Construction & Demolition materials are landfilled with the exception of asphalt roof shingles and rubble recycling. Visit our website for applicable fees and cost for each recycling and disposal option.

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