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default map pin icon 1 S Huron, Ypsilanti, MI 48197, USA

This listing was last updated on: February 26, 2019

Expanded listing for: City of Ypsilanti

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

Drop Off Recycling Center hours are Tuesday and Thursday 8:30 am- 6:30 pm and Saturday 9:00 am-6:00pm. They accept a broader range of materials including: Antifreeze (up to 1 gallon), batteries (automotive & rechargeable), books (hard & soft cover), cardboard/OCC, cloth/fabrics/linens (up to 3 bags), glass containers, hard plastics, magazines, metal/steel, motor oil (up to 5 gallons), office paper, oil filters, paper products, plastic bags, single stream recyclables, styrofoam, vegetable Oil (up to 5 gallons). Curbside Recycling accepted materials include: Plastic bottles or tubs with numbers 1 (PET), 2 (HDPE), 4 (LDPE), 5 (PP), No. 6 (PS) or No. 7 on the bottom. Clear, green, and brown glass food and beverage containers - bottles and jars only. Tin & aluminum, including cans, foil, and trays. Scrap metal up to 1 cubic foot. Clean milk cartons & juice boxes, Paper Goods, Corrugated Cardboard & Boxboard, Cereal boxes, cardboard egg cartons, and similar type material. Newspaper, magazines, junk mail, and paperback books.
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Description: Ypsilanti, is a city in Washtenaw County in the U.S. state of Michigan, perhaps best known as the home of Eastern Michigan University. As of the 2010 census, the city's population was 21,018. The city is bounded to the north by Superior Township and on the west, south, and east by Ypsilanti Township. Ypsilanti is located 6 miles (10 km) east of Ann Arbor and about 18 miles (29 km) west of the Detroit city limits. The City has two major components to its recycling program: weekly curbside single stream pick-up and drop-off recycling in partnership with Recycle Ann Arbor.

default map pin icon 3037 118th Avenue, Allegan, MI 49010, USA

This listing was last updated on: May 01, 2019

Expanded listing for: Allegan Township

Hours of Operation

Mon

9:00am

1:00pm

Tue

9:30am

1:00pm

Wed

9:00am

1:00pm

Thu

9:00am

1:00pm

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Description: We are a local township government located in the County of Allegan, surrounding the City of Allegan, Michigan. We participate in the Allegan County recycling program.

default map pin icon 3240 West 800 South, Ashley, IN 46705, USA

This listing was last updated on: February 07, 2022

Expanded listing for: Brightmark

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

The above are current shipping hours.
Materials:
Notes
  • Separate non plastic (e.g. paper or metal) attachments from plastic products
Exceptions
  • No Compostable Products (e.g. PLA)
  • No Electronics/Appliances
  • No Hazardous Product Containers
  • No Plastic marked PVC (3)
  • No Products that Contain Bio- or Oxi- Degradable Additives
  • No Toys with Metal or Electronics

Description: At Brightmark, we like to think of ourselves as "Earth's Cleanup Crew," taking the waste out of nature and turning it into something good that benefits humanity. We recycle all plastic types 1-7, unlock their value, and create new products. We are the only company on Earth that can take all plastic types 1-7 and then provide real solutions. Currently, we are building the largest advanced plastics recycling facility on the entire planet. Here's a glimpse of how our technology works: 1. Post-use plastic is collected and shipped to our Plastics Renewal facility in Ashley, IN. Once received plastic is prepped by shredding, removing metals, drying, and pelletizing 2. Pellets are then extruded and feed into conversion vessels. Once inside, the material is heated and vaporized in an oxygen starved environment. 3. Vapor is captured and cooled into a hydrocarbon liquid. Which is processed into products such as recycled naphtha, ultra-low sulfur diesel, and eco-wax. 4. The finished products are then ready to be used again.