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default map pin icon 705 N. Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48103, USA

This listing was last updated on: February 28, 2020

Expanded listing for: Washtenaw County Home Toxics Center

Hours of Operation

Mon

9:00am

4:30pm

Tue

9:00am

4:30pm

Wed

9:00am

4:30pm

Thu

9:00am

4:30pm

Fri

9:00am

4:30pm

Sat

Closed

Sun

Closed

Saturday collection events run select Saturdays, April through November, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Visit our website or call our hotline to learn which Saturdays we are open.
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Description: -- Eligibility & Cost -- The Home Toxics Collection Program is open to all Washtenaw County Residents and is not intended for businesses and/or organizations (note: we can accept ONLY pesticides from businesses through the MDARD Clean Sweep Program). The collection program is a free service for residents. We do accept donations, which go directly to the cost of disposal. -- Accessing the Program -- There are two options for accessing the program: Weekday Drop-Offs - Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., closed on holidays Saturday Collection Events - Select Saturdays April through November, 9 a.m. - noon For closure information, check our website or facebook page or call our Home Toxics hotline. Appointments are strongly recommended for weekday drop-offs to guarantee staff are available to take your items and it greatly improves our efficiency. Please allow at least 48 business hours advance notice to schedule an appointment. -- Program Information -- The Home Toxics Center is Washtenaw County’s Household Hazardous Waste Program. View our website for a list of accepted materials. This program has collected and properly disposed of a cumulative total of 3.6 million pounds of toxic materials since the program began in 1995. These materials were prevented from reaching the landfill and from impacting public health and the environment. Operated by the Washtenaw County Office of the Water Resources Commissioner and the Board of Public Works, the program seeks to address the environmental and public health effects resulting from improper handling and disposal of home toxics. We are committed to reducing the use of home toxics and to informing citizens about the choices and responsibilities associated with purchasing, handling and disposing of toxic substances. When preparing to buy new products for your home, read the label first to see if it poses a threat. The product may be hazardous if words such as: warning, caution, flammable, poison, danger, corrosive, combustible, toxic and / or hazardous are on the label.

default map pin icon 13040 Merriman Rd, Livonia, MI 48150, USA

This listing was last updated on: October 29, 2015

Expanded listing for: Environmental Recycling Group

Hours of Operation

Contact facility for drop off appointment and instructions. Charge of 75cents per pound.
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default map pin icon 2000 E Ferry Ave, Detroit, MI 48211, USA

This listing was last updated on: October 29, 2015

Expanded listing for: Environmental Quality Company

Hours of Operation

Free to Detroit residents; minimal charge to others. Call for appointment.
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default map pin icon 1045 Independence Boulevard, Charlotte, MI 48813, USA

This listing was last updated on: August 17, 2018

Expanded listing for: Eaton County Resource Recovery Department

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

**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.**

default map pin icon 2650 Lafranier Rd, Traverse City, MI 49686, USA

This listing was last updated on: April 01, 2019

Expanded listing for: Grand Traverse County - Resource Recovery Department - RecycleSmart
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Description: Grand Traverse County provides 4 Household Hazardous Waste collection events per year. Residents may dispose of 150 pounds of hazardous materials at no charge. A $1.30/pound fee will be charged for quantities greater than 150 pounds. Appointments are required and can be made by calling the Recycle Smart hotline at 231-941-5555 or online at www.recyclesmart.info. Proof of residency is required for participants.

default map pin icon 4395 West M-32, Alpena, MI 49707, USA

This listing was last updated on: October 03, 2019

Expanded listing for: Alpena Resource Recovery Facility

Hours of Operation

Mon

8:00am

3:00pm

Tue

8:00am

3:00pm

Wed

8:00am

3:00pm

Thu

8:00am

3:00pm

Fri

8:00am

3:00pm

Sat

8:00am

1:00pm

Please check our website alpenarecycling.org on the annual clean up day date and electronics pickup dates and times. Please be mindful that certain items can't be dropped off in the Recycling bins, but must be brought out to Alpena Resource Recovery Facility to recycle. Check our website for details.
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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 Cups
  • No Deli, Take-out or Bakery Clamshells or Trays
  • 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 Products that Contain Bio- or Oxi- Degradable Additives
  • No Thin Foamed Product Wrap/Sheets
  • No Toys
  • No Toys with Metal or Electronics

Description: Alpena Resource Recovery Facility (ARRF) is a one stop recycling facility. Residents in Alpena County pay $20.00 a year on their taxes to operate ARRF. Residents from out of county must get a permit to use our recycling bins, either by stopping by ARRF, or sending a check for $20.00 to NEMCOG PO Box 457, Gaylord, Mi. 49734 On the web go Alpena Recycling-Discover Northeast Michigan. On our home page you will find "What do I do with", click on an item you wish to recycle or dispose of. Even better fill out the information on the left and our Recycling Genie will do all the work for you. The Genie will direct you to either dispose of, direct you to the nearest recycling bin, or bring the item to ARRF for recycling. We have 9 site in Alpena County that residents can drop off recyclables. These sites are listed on our home page on the Web. Contamination is a very big problem. On each of the 9 recycling bins is a list of items to recycle, and not to recycle. We ask that you pay close attention to not to recycle. We have an annual free electronics day for Alpena County residents held on the last Saturday of April each year. We also have on the 1st Saturday of May of each year a free countywide cleanup day. Check our website for details. Any questions or comments can be directed to me Stan Mischley at the email and phone number above. lease be aware that only paper, cardboard and plastic with tin are allowed in our recycling bins. All other material must be brought to the recycling facility on M32. Thanks for recycling. Recycle Bin Locations: Habitat for Humanity 400 W. Chisholm St. Alpena, Mi. 49797 Alpena High School 3303 S 3rd. St. Alpena, Mi. 49707 Alpena Township Hall 4385 US 23 North, Alpena, Mi. 49707 Nieman's Family Market 22052 US 23 South Alpena, Mi. 49707 Green Township Hall 14621 M-32 Lachine, Mi. 49753 Long Rapids Township 5310 M-65 North, Lachine, Mi. 49753 Maple Ridge Township 6000 W. LaComb Rd, Alpena, Mi. 49707 Bob-A- Lu Market 10010 Werth Rd. Herron, Mi. 49744 Sanborn Township Hall 12011 US 23 South Ossineke, Mi. 49766

default map pin icon 1035 E Michigan Ave, Apt 5, Paw Paw, MI 49079, USA

This listing was last updated on: April 01, 2019

Expanded listing for: Van Buren Conservation District

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

The Van Buren Conservation District is a field based office and may not have staffed personnel in the office at all times. You may call 269-657-4030x5 to ensure someone is here to help provide you with information. Thank you.
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Description: The mission of the Van Buren Conservation District (VBCD) is to promote the conservation of natural resources through partnership by providing public education, demonstrations, and technical assistance while working together for future generations. The VBCD partners with the Van Buren County on the County Resource Recovery Program and provides educational information to local residents on recycling opportunities and proper solid waste management. You can visit www.VanBurenCD.org to find information on recycling events hosted in the County for scrap tires, paint, household hazardous waste, electronic recycling, and more. Please contact Emilly Hickmott at emilly.hickmott@macd.org or visit our website www.VanBurenCD.org for more information. You can also like the VBCD on Facebook to stay up to date on any events, collections, or recycling information.

default map pin icon Not applicable, Waterford Township, MI 48328, USA

This listing was last updated on: May 12, 2017

Expanded listing for: Oakland County NoHaz

Hours of Operation

In 2017, five one-day events will be held on Saturdays from 8 am - 2 pm at different locations in the member communities. Visit nohaz.com for additional location information.
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Description: NoHaz offers one-day collections of household hazardous waste for residents of member communities. 2017 member communities include: Townships: Addison, Groveland, Independence, Oakland, Orion, Oxford, Rose, Springfield, Waterford Cities: Lake Angelus, Ponitac, Rochester, Richester Hills Villages: Lake Orion, Leonard, Oxford Some communities charge residents to participate. In 2017, five one-day events will be held on Saturdays from 8 am - 2 pm at different locations in the member communities. Visit nohaz.com for additional location information.

default map pin icon 1301 Lamont Avenue, Kalamazoo, MI 49048, USA

This listing was last updated on: April 02, 2019

Expanded listing for: Kalamazoo County Household Hazardous Waste Center

Hours of Operation

Mon

Closed

Tue

8:00am

1:00pm

Wed

12:00pm

6:00pm

Thu

Closed

Fri

8:00am

1:00pm

2nd Saturday of the month (NO Saturday collection in August and September) from 8am to 12pm. The HHW Center may close for training or inclement weather. Call 269-373-5211 for updates.
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Description: The HHW Center is FREE to Kalamazoo County Residents (small fee for City of Galesburg residents). Berrien County and the townships of Van Buren: Almena, Antwerp, Paw Paw are also free. Residents outside of these areas may use the HHW Center for a fee. Call 269-383-8742 or email hhwcenter@kalcounty.com for approximate cost. Small businesses in Kalamazoo County may use the HHW Center for a fee and by appointment only. Call 269-383-8742 or email hhwcenter@kalcounty.com for more information and to schedule an appointment.

default map pin icon Reum Road, Niles, MI 49120, USA

This listing was last updated on: April 29, 2019

Expanded listing for: Michiana Recycling and Disposal Company

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

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 Blister Pack
  • No Buckets
  • No Compostable Products (e.g. PLA)
  • No Cups
  • 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 Microwavable Containers
  • No Motor Oil Bottles/Containers
  • No Other Film
  • 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


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