May 6, 2013

Recycling Drop-off Site & Household Hazardous Waste

From City of Detroit website, Recycling FAQs:
What to do With Non-Recyclable Items at Curb?
Recycle Here!
http://www.recyclehere.net
Styrofoam
Aseptic
Batteries
Plastic Bags
Computer and Electronics
City of Detroit Residents Only!Recycle Here! does not accept Electronics from Non-Detroit Residents or Businesses.
Please check with your local Municipal Government office for Collection Options or Contact: GEEP Michigan
at www.geepmichigan.com or call us toll free at 1-877-GEEP-4-YU (1-877-4337-498).

With Household Hazardous Waste?

Poisons, solvents, heavy metals, and other toxic products should never be poured down a drain or thrown into the trash. Instead, use up toxic products completely according to the label. These items will only be accepted at the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Receiving Facility at 2000 E. Ferry Street (near the I-75 and I-94 freeways). Individuals can call (313) 923-2240 to schedule a time to bring household hazardous materials (HHW) to the facility, which is open year round Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This facility is open to Detroit residents ONLY! There is no charge!

Call to schedule a time to bring materials.

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Receiving Facility
2000 E. Ferry
(near the I-75 and I-94 freeways)

(313) 923-2240 or (313) 876-0148

Residents can take these items to the HHW facility:
Household Batteries
Home Office Equipment
Electronics Car Equipment
(Batteries, brake fluid, fuel, kerosene, motor oil, filters, etc.)

Home Toxics:
Cleansers & Polishes
Fertilizers, Pesticides and Weed Killers
Home Repair Products (glues & caulk)
Mercury Thermometers
Paint Thinners, Solvents & Varnishes
Wood Preservatives
Fluorescent Light Bulbs

The facility will not accept:

Unknown or Unlabeled Wastes
Commercially Generated Wastes
Smoke Detectors
Radioactive Materials
Explosives
Shock-sensitive Materials