The Western Washtenaw Recycling Authority provides drop-off recycling stations for township residents. The bins are located next to the Bridgewater Depot in the hamlet of Bridgewater, at the corner of Austin and Boettner Roads, and in Manchester at the Manchester Market, 455 W. Main Street.
Please view the list of accepted materials before dropping off your recyclables at the bins. For more information about recycling in the township, call the Western Washtenaw Recycling Authority at (734) 475-6160.
The Washtenaw County Recycling Guide offers options for recycling other materials, such as textiles, appliances, and automotive waste.
Recycle Ann Arborhttps://www.recycleannarbor.org/a-z-recycling-guide
Recycle Ann Arbor’s Drop-Off Station is Washtenaw County’s most comprehensive recycling drop-off center, and is open to the general public. The Drop-Off Station accepts regular recyclable items, as well as a wide variety of harder-to-recycle items—such as computers, televisions, freon appliances and tires. No paints, liquids, or home toxics are accepted. For more information please click on the link to www.recycleannarbor.org.
Recycle Ann Arbor Resumes Live Document Shredding Service April through November 2014, Second Saturday of Each Month, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., 7891 Jackson Road, Ann Arbor. For more information on this event please click on Recycle Ann Arbor
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