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  • Corrugated Cardboard-Trash or Recycle? Click here for the answer.

  • Plymouth Township offers year round curbside recycling to our residents. All single family residences and multiple family residences that utilize our solid waste services should have an orange recycle bin on the premises. If you do not, please call the Solid Waste Department, (734) 354-3270, so that you are able to participate in this important program.

    Residences that use separate waste hauler services are also offered recycling options through the Township. Please call the department for more information.

    Table Corner Acceptable Items Accepted Curbside Not Accepted Curbside   Preparation Table Corner
      Glass (Clear, Green, Brown) Food and beverage containers such as jars, bottles, etc. PYREX, light bulbs, ceramics, porcelain, window glass, and mirrors Rinse container, remove lids, neck rings and foil liners. Labels may remain  
      Plastic Containers (All plastic containers labeled #1 thru #7) Milk and water jugs, laundry detergent bottles, etc. Motor Oil and Antifreeze containers, Styrofoam containers/packaging Rinse container, remove lids, neck rings, flatten when possible  
      Plastic Bags Grocery/shopping bags, empty bread and vegetable bags   Place smaller bags inside larger, tie handles or top of bag and put inside bin  
      Tin, Steel and Aluminum cans Food and beverage containers only Scrap metal, tubing, siding, framing, metal objects, paint cans, aluminum foil, or pie plates Rinse container, remove labels, put lids inside cans. Place smaller cans inside larger cans  
      Newspapers, inserts, junk mail, office paper, magazines and telephone books   Plastic wrappers, self adhesive note paper, tissues, carbons and paper towel Place to one side of bin  
      Shredded Documents     Must be contained inside a closed paper grocery bag  
      Corrugated Cardboard Moving boxes, large appliance boxes, etc. Wax-coated cardboard (i.e. frozen food boxes and juice boxes) Remove packaging material, cut or fold to make 3’ by 3’ sections. Bundle with string or twine and place inside, on top of or next to bin  
      Paperboard/Box board Cereal, pasta,
    12-pack beverage can boxes, paper towel tubs, etc.
    Wax-coated boxes (i.e. frozen food boxes and juice boxes, pizza boxes) Remove cellophane, liners and contents, fold flat, stack inside bin or place smaller, flattened boxes inside larger boxes  
      Household batteries
    Alkaline and Rechargeable
    AA, AAA, C, D and 9-Volt Leaking batteries

    Car, button, hearing aid, larger rechargeable, etc. must be disposed of properly. See the Household Hazardous Waste section for locations

    Place in a clear, self-closing plastic bag and put inside bin  
      Aerosol Cans   Pesticide Containers, Ant and Roach killers, etc. Remove caps and spray tips an place EMPTY aerosol cans inside bin  
      Kitchen Cookware Metal pots, pans and utensils Ceramic and Pyrex Containers Place clean cookware inside bin  
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