Recycling Drop-Off Center

City of Ypsilanti Recycling Drop-Off Center

 
  
Final Closure Notice

The City of Ypsilanti Recycling Drop-Off Center, located at 651 Rice St, will officially cease to operate permanently. The last day of operation will be August 31, 2018. The City is working with Ypsilanti Township to allow for Residents/business owners to take their recyclables to the Township Compost Center. Passes can be obtained at Department of Public Services, 14 W Forest Ave, and phone (734)483-1421 or by submitting the form below.     

http://cityofypsilanti.com/FormCenter/Main-Forms-10/Recycling-Center-Card-Request-Ford-65

Curbside recycling service will continue as usual. Oil or batteries will not be accepted on curbside. 

If you need to take your recyclables somewhere in the meantime or need a place to take batteries you can be taken to the Ann Arbor Recycling Drop-off Center for $3.00 per trip. The center is located at 2950 East Ellsworth Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48108

https://recycleannarbor.org/divisions/drop-off-station/about

Ypsilanti Township Compost Site Hours & Location

April-November
Monday-Friday  8 am-4 pm
Saturday 9 am-4 pm
Sunday Closed

 December-March
Saturday ONLY 9 am-4 pm

2600 E Clark Rd.
Ypsilanti, MI 48198

Waste Reduction Is a Shared Responsibility


If we each do our part, we can make a big difference in reducing our solid waste and disposal costs. This is good for the City and good for the environment.

Helpful Recycling Tips


  • Avoid disposable items whenever possible. Although they are convenient at times, by eliminating disposables in everyday use, you reduce your solid waste.
  • Reuse items whenever possible. Plastic grocery bags, plastic baggies, and even butter tubs can be used over and over again before discarding.
  • Washtenaw County offers a Home Toxins Reduction Center. The County staff is trained to handle these wastes. Call Washtenaw County for more information.
  • Compost piles are not just for grass and leaves. Raw vegetables, fruit, coffee grounds, tea bags and egg shells may also be composted. For more information on composting, call Washtenaw County.