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default map pin icon Medicine Hat, AB, CA
Expanded listing for: Medicine Hat Solid Waste Utility
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Description: Automated curbside garbage collection. See website to find out your collection day. Illegal Dumping call Bylaw Enforcement @ 403-529-8481

default map pin icon 1045 Independence Blvd, Charlotte, MI 48813, USA
Expanded listing for: Eaton County Resource Recovery Department
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Description: The Eaton County Department of Resource Recovery (ECDRR) is the designated implementing agency responsible for the development and administration of the County Waste Management Plan under Public Act 641. In 1993, a Solid Waste Ordinance was enacted in Eaton County with the purpose of protecting and promoting public health, safety and welfare of residents. Through the Solid Waste Ordinance, solid waste collection, transportation, delivery and disposal can be regulated, residents and businesses are provided incentives to recycle in order to reduce the volume of solid waste disposed, and the environment is preserved and improved. ECDRR is a resource to Eaton County residents. Tips on recycling, reuse and waste reduction are readily available during office hours, Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm at (517) 543-3686. Special collection events are organized each year to accommodate the proper disposal of wastes such as Household Hazardous Waste, Electronics, Scrap Tires, Books, and more. Click on UPCOMING EVENTS for details. Year-round programs include Collection Points for the following: Household Batteries, Cell Phones, Mercury Thermometers, and Cooking Oil Recovery. The Freon Recovery Credit Program and a Medical Sharps Mail-Back Program are also available. Click on Resource Recovery Programs for details. ECDRR provides information from local recycling centers but each center operates under the municipality in which it resides. For answers to questions on recycling in your neighborhood, call your local city or village hall. **We do not accept recycled materials at our office. We hold one-day collection events throughout the county. Check our website at www.eatoncounty.org/recycling for dates and locations**

default map pin icon 1045 Independence Boulevard, Charlotte, MI 48813, USA
Expanded listing for: Eaton County Resource Recovery Department
Hours of Operation

Monday

8:00am

5:00pm

Tuesday

8:00am

5:00pm

Wednesday

8:00am

5:00pm

Thursday

8:00am

5:00pm

Friday

8:00am

5:00pm

**We do not accept materials at our office. Our events are one-day events hosted three times per year. The locations of the events vary & their use is for Eaton County residential, non-commercial use only.**

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Description: The Eaton County Department of Resource Recovery (ECDRR) is the designated implementing agency responsible for the development and administration of the County Waste Management Plan under Public Act 641. In 1993, a Solid Waste Ordinance was enacted in Eaton County with the purpose of protecting and promoting public health, safety and welfare of residents. Through the Solid Waste Ordinance, solid waste collection, transportation, delivery and disposal can be regulated, residents and businesses are provided incentives to recycle in order to reduce the volume of solid waste disposed, and the environment is preserved and improved. ECDRR is a resource to Eaton County residents. Tips on recycling, reuse and waste reduction are readily available during office hours, Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm at (517) 543-3686. Special collection events are organized each year to accommodate the proper disposal of wastes such as Household Hazardous Waste, Electronics, Scrap Tires, Books, and more. Year-round programs include Collection Points for the following: Household Batteries, Cell Phones, Mercury Thermometers, and Cooking Oil Recovery. The Freon Recovery Credit Program and a Medical Sharps Mail-Back Program are also available. ECDRR provides information from local recycling centers but each center operates under the municipality in which it resides. For answers to questions on recycling in your neighborhood, call your local city or village hall. **We do not accept materials at our office. Our events are one-day events hosted three times per year. The locations of the events vary & their use is for Eaton County residential, non-commercial use only.**