Curbside and Drop-Off Recycling
We now have several options for recycling in Palmer Woods. Read on for more information on Curbside and Drop-Off Recycling programs. For more information on recycling and waste collection schedules, click here.
Curbside recycling is operated throughout all of Palmer Woods through Advanced Disposal. For a replacement container, or to start new service, contact Advanced Disposal Customer Care at (844) 2-DETROIT (233-8764), with a one-time fee of $25 per container.
All recyclables can be must be placed in the blue recycling container, however no sorting is necessary. All items should be empty, rinsed and free of food and dirt. Lids, tops and labels do not need to be removed. Shred personal information first (bank or credit card statements). Acceptable items for curbside recycling are:
- Paper Bags
- Clear and Colored Glass
- Paperboard and Boxes
- Plastic Bottles and Containers #1-7
Some items that are not acceptable for curbside recycling include:
- Paper milk and juice cartons
- Plastic bags
- Styrofoam containers and styrofoam packaging
- Juice boxes
- Propane tanks
- Paint cans
- Wood items
- Batteries or Light bulbs
For complete information from Advanced Disposal on its curbside recycling program, click here.
Drop-Off Recycling Facilities
Recycle Here! is a drop-off recycling facility that is funded by the City of Detroit, and accepts many of the items that cannot be recycled through our curbside recycling program. Located at 1331 Holden, just south of Grand Boulevard between Rosa Parks and the Lodge Freeway.
Hours and Location:
1331 Holden Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202
Acceptable items include:
- Mixed Paper (excluding tissue paper, receipts, napkins, wrapping paper, and paper towel)
- Glossy Paper
- Cardboard and Chipboard (excluding those dirty with food or grease)
- Glass (separated into clear, brown, and green)
- All Metals
- Plastics #1 and #2 may be recycled together
- Plastics #4, #5, #6, and #7 may be recycled together
- Styrofoam carryout boxes, packing materials, and peanuts
- Aseptic (orange juice, milk, soy milk, and juice box containers)
- Household batteries (excluding car batteries or other heavy duty batteries)
- Plastic bags #1, #2, and #4
- Computers and Electronics