Recycling


OUR RECYCLING  drop off site that is located on N. Franklin Street in the Village of Hopkins will be Closed as of April 1, 2013.  Residents now have curbside pickup available for each residence that sign up and is paying the annual recycling fee on their winter tax bill.  All of the following materials may be placed into the provided receptacle, NO sorting needed:  plastic bottles and jugs; brown and clear glass bottles; aluminum, steel or tin cans; paper items including newspapers, cardboard, junk mail, magazines  and phone books.  ITEMS MUST BE EMPTY AND CLEAN.  PLEASE...NO GARBAGE OR TRASH.

Used motor oil can be taken to Stoddard Oil on 12th Street in Wayland.

Appliances, tires, styrofoam, batteries, and electronics can be taken to the monitored depot site in Salem Township on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month.  (Site closed January and February).  You must present your resource recovery card.  

Electronic devices (e-waste) like TV's, computers, monitors, printers, and cell phones can be dropped off at the Salem Township Transfer Station.  There is a $2 fee for TV's and  computer monitors.  All other electronics are FREE.

Do you have household hazardous waste or other questions? Contact Ben Williams, Allegan County Recycling Coordinator at 269-673-5415 or visit www.allegancounty.org and select recycling for more information.