TRASH

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A waste transfer station plays an important role in a community’s total waste management system, serving as the link between a community’s solid waste collection and the final waste disposal facility.   Items accepted may vary by site and you are encouraged to call before visiting.  

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Liberty Landfill - 7900 S. Meridian Road, Clarklake, MI 49234 517-787-1177 

  • Transfer Station
  • Construction & Demolition Debris
  • Non-Hazardous Waste Materials
  • Yard Waste
  • Oil Disposal/Recycling
  • E-Waste Recycling

Stevens Disposal & Recycling Services - 1629 Ida West Road, Petersburg, MI 800-779-0344

  • Transfer Station
  • Non-Hazardous Municipal Waste (construction/demolition waste, bulk items, truck & trailer loads welcome)

Modern Waste - 7245 S. Brooklyn Road, Napoleon, MI 517-536-7900

  • Trailer loads trash
  • Recycling drop off

Jefferson Township Transfer Station Recycling & Solid Waste Management - 3255 Pioneer Rd (M-99), Osseo, MI 517-523-3019

  • Tractor/farm, auto, semi tires
  • Mattresses, box springs
  • Construction/demolition materials
  • Televisions/e-Waste
  • 9-volt, D, C, AAA, AA batteries
  • Bulk items (couch, chair, love-seat)
  • #1 & #2 plastics, all metals, paper/newspaper/books, used oil, anti-freeze, foam cups/packaging (no peanuts), clean-clear food containers, appliances 

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1. What do I do with old. . . . .
2. DOS Plastics - What should I KNOW before recycling plastics at the County DOS?
3. DOS Glass - What should I KNOW before recycling glass at the DOS?
4. DOS Fibrous - What should I KNOW before recycling cardboard / paper / fibrous materials at the DOS?
5. DOS Bags - Can I leave my recyclables in a grocery bag when I recycle them at the DOS?
6. DOS Clean - Do my recyclables NEED to be clean?
7. DOS Metals - What should I KNOW before recycling metals at the County DOS?
8. AEROSOL CANS
9. BATTERIES
10. BULK ITEMS - Like worn out mattress, sofa, chair, lawn furniture?
11. BOOKS
12. COLLECTION DAY - When is the next county-wide collection event?
13. COMPUTERS, MONITORS, ETC.
14. CONCRETE, ASPHALT, BRICK
15. CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS - REMODELING
16. FLORESCENT LIGHTS
17. FREON
18. FROZEN FOOD BOXES / PIZZA BOXES
19. PAINT
20. PESTICIDES
21. PLASTIC BAGS
22. PROPANE / GAS TANKS
23. SCRAP METALS
24. STYROFOAM / PACKING MATERIALS
25. TIRES
26. TRASH
27. TV (Televisions)
28. PLASTIC BAGS