The Emmet County Department of Public Works provides options for recycling, composting, or disposing of almost anything. The Drop-Off Center: The Emmet County Drop-Off Center is our “flagship” drop site with areas to accept. Paper, Boxes and Bags; Mixed Containers; 32 additional recyclable materials not accepted at the other sites or at curbside. For an overview visit the Recycling Guide. Yard Waste and Food Scraps for composting; Garbage to be landfilled.
Oct 09, With outdoor farmers markets coming to a close for the season, Emmet County Recycling will continue to offer food scrap drop-off at the indoor farmers market at the Crooked Tree. Oct 11, With outdoor farmers markets coming to a close for the season, Emmet County Recycling will continue to offer food scrap drop-off at the indoor farmers market at the Crooked Tree Arts Center on Cutting lodged trees from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m., and at the Pleasantview Drop-off Center in Harbor Springs Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Big Green List.
Check out a quick start guide provided by Emmet County Recycling on how you can start your own composting at this link.
Emmet County thanks the following businesses for recycling as part of the curbside collection program. Our thanks go out to all of the businesses which haul their own recyclables to Emmet County Drop Sites! 4Front Credit Union. 45 North Management. A Salon & Spa. Department of Public Works and Recycling has its own fully interactive web site: bushcleanup.bar Andi Shepherd, Director Division St., Suite G Petoskey, MI DROP OFF CENTER: Pleasantview Road, Harbor Springs / x3 We are open: 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m. weekdays, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. [ ].