- Could This Plastic-Eating Caterpillar Be The Answer To Our Waste? April 26, 2017
- Detroit Designers Embrace Challenges of Eco-Friendly Fashion April 25, 2017
- Recycling is in trouble — and it might be your fault April 25, 2017
- NYC ‘zero waste’ progress report gives updates on shift to single-stream, local AD April 24, 2017
- Study: Arctic has become ‘dead end’ for at least 300B plastic bits April 21, 2017
Attend or host a recycling workshop And enroll for free in curbside recycling
Learn about the new curbside recycling program in Detroit. Just for attending a recycling workshop, residents can receive a free recycling bin
Incinerator: Report an odor
If you smell garbage in the air in Midtown, you may smell air pollution from the Incinerator at I-75 and I-94. Please report to the MDEQ at 313-456-4712, and 800-292-4706 after hours.
Curbside Recycling Basics
Learn about the DOs and DON’Ts of Detroit’s curbside recycling program
Where does Detroit's waste go?
In 2015, only 1% of the waste in Detroit homes was recycled. As a community, it is imperative that we 1) encourage more Detroiters to participate in curbside recycling and 2) educate ourselves on which items can and cannot can be recycled. Did you know that some cities like San Francisco reuse, recycle and compost up to 80% of their waste? Let's rise to the recycling challenge, Detroit!