Can't find what you're looking for? Check out these other resources to find additional residential recycling locations: • Medications: EGLE Household Drug Takeback Map. • Plastic Bags and Film: W.R.A.P. Drop Off Directory. • Electronics: Registered Ewaste Manufacturer Takeback Programs. • Foam: Foam Recycling Centers. • Scrap Tires: List of Scrap Tire Collection Sites. • Contacts: County Recycling and Household Hazardous Waste Contact List.
Are you a business looking to recycle materials you generate? If so, check out the Michigan Recycled Materials Market Directory instead! View it here.
Does your company offer recycling services not currently in the directory? Listing your organization is free! Contact EGLE at KaranaA@michigan.gov or 517-242-8324 to learn more about getting your organization listed, correct a listing, or report a bug.Special Highlight: Earth Day is April 22! Thank you to Ms. Murphy’s class, who has been discussing environmental topics during their time at home this month. A special shoutout also goes to Marie, who shared the following information and more with her class about batteries and battery recycling: • The toxins and chemicals contained within batteries can lead to water and air pollution as well as adverse impacts to human health if improperly disposed. Therefore, it is important to always check with your local recycler for proper battery recycling and disposal options! Remember to always first look for options such as reducing your battery usage and using rechargeable instead of single use batteries. Check out the directory or the links above to find locations that accept batteries for recycling near you.
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