We are back this year with an improved drop off location!
Saturday September 29th the Saline Environmental Commission will host a Washtenaw County Clean Up Day from 9:00 – 2:00 pm at Thomson Reuters Office Complex at 6300 Interfirst Drive (at State and Textile Road) for county residents.
This is a drop off event and a great opportunity to discard house hold chemicals, old televisions and computer monitors, tires, construction debris, appliances including those containing Freon.
We are moving the location for this year’s event to improve the wait time and the traffic flow. Last year’s event was so well attended that it resulted in longer than desired waits for our residents. To respond to the popularity and need to responsibly dispose of our waste, the 2018 event will be held at Thomson Reuters Office Complex at 6300 Interfirst Drive (at State and Textile Road).
What: Washtenaw County – CLEAN UP DAY – Drop Off
When: Saturday, September 29th
Who: Open to ALL Washtenaw County Residents
Where: Thomson Reuters Office Complex - 6300 Interfirst Drive (at State and Textile)
What to Bring - See the attached Flyer for details:
- Traditional recyclable materials (plastic, glass, aluminum, cardboard, paper, Polystyrene Foam, etc.)
- Appliances (washers, dryers, air conditioners, refrigerators, etc.)
- Household hazardous materials (cleaning supplies, motor oil, pesticides, paint, etc.)
- Electronic equipment (computers, televisions, toasters, etc.)
- Old Tube TV’s Too! 1 Free and $10 for each additional
- Scrap metal
- Construction and demolition waste ) Drywall, wood, bricks.
- Tires. Bring 4 for free! Request $5 for each additional tire after 4.
What not to Bring:
Do not bring household garbage, or driveway concrete or asphalt, these items will not be accepted.
We do not accept Medications at this event. Saline offers a Medication drop off “Red Barrel” located at the Saline City Hall lobby.
The Clean-up Day events are free, please consider a suggested $10 donation per car to help support this event and to help maintain future community collections.
Residents can bring up to four tires for free, but a $5 donation is suggested for each additional tire. Residents can also bring one television, appliance or computer, but a $10 donation is suggested for each additional item.
“Bring us the stuff you don’t need, and we’ll make sure it’s taken care of safely,”