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default map pin icon No. 15 Desp. 301-A, Ciudad Nicolás Romero, MEX, MX

This listing was last updated on: October 29, 2015

Expanded listing for: Bio Sistemas Sustenables

Hours of Operation

Monday to Saturday (8AM-6PM) Sunday (10AM-2PM)
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Description: Camino a Lanzarote s/n Col. Los Tubos, Ejido San José el Vidrio C.P. 5449 Nicolás Romero, Estado de México Tel. (55) 50-77-17-00

default map pin icon 2300 Carlson Dr, Northbrook, IL 60062, USA

This listing was last updated on: October 29, 2015

Expanded listing for: Active Disposal Co.
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Description: Active Disposal provides complete roll-off services. 10, 15, 20 and 30 yard dumpsters are available. Call for competitive pricing and great service. Materials are brought to C&D Recycling where they are sorted and separated. Our goal is to recycle materials.

default map pin icon 2300 Carlson Dr, Northbrook, IL 60062, USA

This listing was last updated on: October 29, 2015

Expanded listing for: C&D Recycling

Hours of Operation

State of the art Construction and Demolition Facility. Bring us your debris. We accept comingled debris: wood, metals, roofing shingels, cardboard, bricks, concrete and other construction debris. We provide LEED credits for your Green Building. Hours: Mon - Fri: 6:00am - 4:00pm Sat: 7:00am - 12:00pm Sun: Closed
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default map pin icon 425 West Washington Street, Williamsport, IN 47993, USA

This listing was last updated on: October 29, 2015

Expanded listing for: Warren County Solid Waste District

Hours of Operation

Monday thru Friday, 7:30 am to 3:30 pm
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default map pin icon 137 Johnson Ferry Rd. Ste 2170, Marietta, GA 30068, USA

This listing was last updated on: October 29, 2015

Expanded listing for: Waste Integration
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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

Hours of Operation

Mon

8:00am

5:00pm

Tue

8:00am

5:00pm

Wed

8:00am

5:00pm

Thu

8:00am

5:00pm

Fri

8:00am

5:00pm

Sat

Closed

Sun

Closed

Materials:
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 1198 Grant Street, Charlevoix, MI 49720, USA

This listing was last updated on: December 01, 2020

Expanded listing for: Charlevoix County Recycling

Hours of Operation

Mon

8:00am

8:00pm

Tue

8:00am

8:00pm

Wed

8:00am

8:00pm

Thu

8:00am

8:00pm

Fri

8:00am

8:00pm

Sat

8:00am

8:00pm

Sun

8:00am

8:00pm

Materials:
Notes
  • 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 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 600 County Road NP, Marquette, MI 49855, USA

This listing was last updated on: December 09, 2020

Expanded listing for: Marquette County Landfill

Hours of Operation

Mon

7:00am

3:00pm

Tue

7:00am

3:00pm

Wed

7:00am

3:00pm

Thu

7:00am

3:00pm

Fri

7:00am

3:00pm

Sat

Closed

Sun

Closed

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 Buckets
  • 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 Other Film
  • No Pouches
  • No Straws
  • No Thin Foamed Product Wrap/Sheets
  • No Toys with Metal or Electronics

Description: The Marquette County Solid Waste Management Authority is a dual stream recycling facility. Via a residential curbside collection and drop off service, we receive recyclable materials in two streams: Fiber and Rigid. We operate a small scale MRF and baler on site. Rigid (plastic/metal/glass), materials are separated in the MRF. Glass and ferrous material is removed. Currently we market a 1-7 bale product. Our fiber product is a residential mix comprised of OCC and mixed paper. This product is baled on site and shipped to market. Currently, we receive 155/TPM. 70% Fiber and 30% Rigid. The overall goal of the program is to provide a cost effective recycling option for the municipalities of Marquette County, local school districts/universities, and civic groups. The program is available to those who choose to participate. Currently, 15 of the 22 municipalities of Marquette County participate in our dual stream program.

default map pin icon 987 Ellington ST, Caro, MI 48723, USA

This listing was last updated on: December 09, 2020

Expanded listing for: Tuscola County Recycling

Hours of Operation

Mon

8:00am

4:30pm

Tue

8:00am

4:30pm

Wed

8:00am

4:30pm

Thu

8:00am

4:30pm

Fri

8:00am

4:30pm

Sat

Closed

Sun

Closed

Materials:
Notes
  • 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 Cups
  • No Deli, Take-out or Bakery Clamshells or Trays
  • No Foam
  • No Food Contaminated Containers
  • No Frozen Food Bags
  • No Hazardous Product Containers
  • No Lids
  • No Microwavable Containers
  • No Motor Oil Bottles/Containers
  • No Other Film
  • No Plastic marked 'Other' (7)
  • No Plastic marked PS (6)
  • No Plastic marked PVC (3)
  • No Pouches
  • No Products that Contain Bio- or Oxi- Degradable Additives
  • No Straws
  • No Toys
  • No Toys with Metal or Electronics


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