Special Collection Events

Special Collection Events assist residents to recycle or properly dispose of hard to recycle household generated waste items.  Items accepted at both events include household hazardous waste, farm and landscaping chemicals, motor oil & antifreeze, and electronic waste (computers, televisions, radios, etc.).

The spring Clean Community Event typically accepts electronics (fees apply to TVs & computer monitors only), household hazardous waste, scrap metal, appliances (fees apply), car & light truck tires (limits apply), bulky waste & trash (fees apply), and yard waste. The location will be given upon registration, please create an account on CivicRec here prior to registering for an appointment.  We will be following COVID-19 guidelines and residents are required to remain in their vehicle at all times. 
 
Our Free for Fall events focus on accepting household hazardous waste, farm and landscaping chemicals, motor oil & antifreeze, unwanted medications (including needles, patches & inhalers),  and electronics such as computer equipment, televisions, cellular phones, radios, etc.  Fees do apply for televisions and computer monitors. 

An appointment is required to attend the Free for Fall event, please create an account on CivicRec here prior to registering for an appointment.  We will be following COVID-19 guidelines and residents are required to remain in their vehicles at all times.
  

Fees


There are fees for some items which are listed on our Fee Schedule (PDF), but most materials are collected for free. The events are also open to small businesses, however additional fees do apply for hazardous and electronic waste items. Disposal fees are waived for volunteers! Find more about volunteering or to sign up to volunteer.

Clinton County residents must call 989-224-5186, or send an email to Waste Management.