Where is Recycle, Michigan?
It's located in your home, down the road and in your very own community.
Discover how your community can be recycle, MI. By recycling, we can help protect the things we love the most about our city and state. Recycling water bottles, newspapers, and junk mail will make a positive impact on our environment and also promote job growth in our state. Explore the many ways to recycling and learn how you can be a responsible Michigander.
Recycling is the process of collecting materials that would otherwise be thrown away as trash and turning them into new products. Recycling is a benefit to Michigan's environment and economy.
Find out about recycling opportunities in your area by contacting your county recycling coordinator. Use the Household link below to identify your county and contact.
Household - Michigan Map of County program contacts
Earth 911 - Zip code-based search site for local recycling opportunities
Earth Easy - Solutions for Sustainable Living
The MRC's 2011 State of Recycling in Michigan: A Way Forward is a watershed report for the Coalition and for recycling efforts in this state. The report identifies the economic and environmental value of recycling, and the elements and costs of a successful state level effort which the MRC believes is necessary to advance recycling efforts. The report has garnered the attention of Governor Rick Snyder and Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Director, Dan Wyant, who have made recycling a priority for Michigan. Hear Mike Csapo discuss the report with Kirk Heinze of Greening the Great Lakes.