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Local Contacts (Recycling & Household Hazardous Waste)

Please select the county on the map for the County Recycling Program Contact Information.   Iron County Dickinson County Gogebic County Ontonagon County Houghton County Keweenau County Baraga County Marquette County Menominee County Delta County Schoolcraft County Alger County Luce County Mackinac County Emmet County Cheboygan County Charlevoix County Antrim County Otsego County Montmorency County Presque Isle County Alpena County Alcona County Oscoda County Crawford County Kalkaska County Benzie County Leelanau County Grand Traverse County Manistee County Wexford County Missaukee County Roscommon County Ogemaw County Iosco County Gladwin County Midland County Clare County Isabella County Osceola County Mecosta County Lake County Mason County Oceana County Newaygo County Muskegon County Montcalm County Gratiot County Arenac County Bay County Saginaw County Tuscola County Huron County Sanilac County St. Clair County Lapeer County Genesee County Shiawassee County Clinton County Ionia County Kent County Ottawa County Allegan County Barry County Eaton County Ingham County Livingston County Oakland County Macomb County Monroe County Wayne County Washtenaw County Jackson County Calhoun County Kalamazoo County Van Buren County Berrien County Cass County St. Joseph County Branch County Hillsdale County Lenawee County Chippewa County Map of Michigan Counties

 

Convenient Recycling
There are 25 counties in Michigan where all residents have "convenient access" to recycling. In order to determine which counties have convenient access to recycling, the following criteria were established:

 

  1. The county must provide a collection program to each resident through ordinance, public/private partnerships, private-hauler contracting, or a publicly managed program.
  2. Each community with 10,000 or more people must provide each resident access to curbside recycling.
  3. In a community without curbside recycling, there must be at least one drop-off location per 10,000 people.

The 24 counties in Michigan where all residents have convenient access to recycling are identified with an asterisk (*) in the list below.

 

* Alcona  Dickinson 

Lake  

Oceana 

* Alger  Eaton 

Lapeer  

Ogemaw 

Allegan  * Emmet 

* Leelanau  

Ontonagon 

Alpena  Genesee 

Lenawee  

* Osceola 

* Antrim  Gladwin 

Livingston  

Oscoda  

Arenac  Gogebic 

Luce  

* Otsego 

Baraga  Grand Traverse 

Mackinac  

Ottawa 

Barry  Gratiot 

Macomb  

* Presque Isle 

Bay  Hillsdale 

Manistee  

* Roscommon 

* Benzie  Houghton 

* Marquette  

* Saginaw 

Berrien  Huron 

Mason  

Saint Clair 

Branch  Ingham 

Mecosta  

St. Joseph 

Calhoun  Ionia 

* Menominee  

Sanilac 

Cass 

Iosco  

Midland  

* Schoolcraft 

* Charlevoix 

* Iron  

Missaukee 

Shiawassee 

* Cheboygan 

* Isabella  

Monroe 

Tuscola 

* Chippewa 

Jackson  

* Montcalm 

Van Buren 

* Clare 

Kalamazoo  

* Montmorency 

* Washtenaw

Clinton 

Kalkaska  

Muskegon 

Wayne

* Crawford 

Kent  

Newaygo 

Wexford

* Delta 

Keweenaw  

Oakland 

All Counties 

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