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There are many ways to compost. You can find a composter or community garden near you to take your yard waste. You can order a curbside composting bin from a local recycler. You can even compost in your own backyard. To learn how to compost at home, see our Home Composting Guide. To find local collection locations and drop off locations, see the Michigan Recycling Directory and search for the items you would like to recycle. For curbside pick-up, try contacting your current trash vendor too.
E-waste recycling options differ for households and non-households. To find e-waste recycling options for households, search the following:
- Michigan Recycling Directory
- Registered Manufacturer E-Waste Takeback Program List
- Registered E-Waste Recycler List
- Local Recycling and Household Hazardous Waste Contact List
- Call2Recycle, mail back program, for lithium-ion rechargeable batteries.
To find e-waste recycling options for non-households, including commercial and industrial businesses, non-profits, municipalities, hospitals, churches, etc., search the following or consider working with a waste consultant/vendor: