Recycling

2021 Annual Township Cleanup

Saline Township Clean Up (Residents Only- ID required. Masks Required. Social Distancing Required.) 

Date: May 15, 2021
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 1:55 p.m.

Saline Township Annual Clean up: Masks required. Social Distancing Required. Residents must off load materials from their vehicle to the trucks and roll off (scroll down for more information).

Accepted:

  • Household rubbish and discards
  • Tire: NO TRACTOR TIRES. Cost is prohibitive to recycle tractor tires. Limited number of car/semi tires at no charge to resident (see updated posting below)
  • Old furniture
  • Mattresses
  • Iron, including appliances**

Will not accept:

  • Tractor tires (recycle cost prohibitive-previously $30, now $150)
  • 55 gallon drums
  • Burn Barrels
  • Items that are moldy or contain vermin excrement
  • Liquids of any kind
  • Batteries
  • Fencing
  • Tree stumps
  • Large car parts
  • Construction and demolition waste (drywall, concrete, wood, bricks, roofing shingles, etc.)
  •  Due to the cost of the clean-up there is a limit of four pick up loads per household.  For the safety of the workers, do not bring items that are moldy or contain vermin excrement.

    **All refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners or any other appliance with Freon must be tagged by a qualified technician who has removed the Freon, or the appliance will not be accepted.
    **Proof of residency required **

  • Maximum of 8 passenger tires (car, small truck) (charge each additional tire $5.00)
  • Maximum of 4 medium tires (large semi-truck, commercial) (charge for each additional tire $10.00)
  • Tractor tires not accepted

 

Example: Saline Township Resident brings 7 passenger tires and 5 medium tires for recycling. The resident will be charged $10.00 for the additional medium tire, even though did not go over the quota for passenger tires.

Payment: Cash only. Exact amount preferred.

Proof of residency required for all Clean-Up and routine recycling activities.

Note: tires are ONLY accepted for recycling during Annual Clean-Up, May 15, 2021.

For other tire recycling options available to county residents, click on Washtenaw County

Questions: Contact Mary Gumtow (734) 429-9073


Recycling

The recycling bin is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if the bin is not full. If the bin is full, please call (734) 429-9073 to report.  Please take recycling back home and wait until bin has been emptied to recycle (this may take 2-3 days).

Please do not litter at the township hall. Never leave recycling outside of the bin.

A proof of residency is required to recycle

Recycling Bin is located at: Saline Township Hall 5731 Braun Road

Please note: The Saline Township Hall is not a dump. The recycling service is to recycle very specific items which are listed. The township does not provide trash removal services at the township hall. If an item is not on the list, DO NOT leave it at the Saline Township Hall.


ACCEPTABLE RECYCLABLES are limited:

  • Paper and newspaper
  • Cardboard (please break down all boxes to save space)
  • Glass and colored glass
  • Tin

NOT ACCEPTED FOR RECYCLING:

  • Feed bags, of any type, are not acceptable
  • Syringes and or needles
  • Paint cans (full or empty)
  • Styrofoam
  • Plastic bags (of any type are not recyclable)
  • Child car seats
  • Swimming pool liners
  • Liquid of any type
  • Building materials
  • Aquariums, etc.
  • Lawn mowers, snow blowers, small engines, etc.
  • Mattresses/ Rusty mattress springs

 


Upcoming County Clean-up Days

2021 Clean Up Days

Mark your calendars for 2021's events! More events to be scheduled by the end of Spring - stay tuned.

 

Washtenaw County Recycling

 

Washtenaw County Area Recycling Links


Please note: Solid Waste Services are not provided by Saline Township

Saline Township Residents are responsible for securing their own waste hauler or trash company to remove daily/weekly household trash.