Fairfield Township

**** REMINDER - Memorial Day Breakfast at the Fire Station on Monday, May 27 starting at 7am - make plans to join us and support our Fire Department. ***

County Clean Up Day

County Clean Up Day

Saturday, May 11th

Mark your calendars for May 11 from 8 a.m. until noon for our Spring Cleanup Day, featuring scrap tire collection, household hazardous waste, and more!

It will be the day to load up your vehicle and bring your waste to multiple locations for disposal.

Lenawee County Fairgrounds

  • Scrap Tires (Sponsored by Lenawee County through a grant from EGLE)
    -Proof of residency is required for tire recycling. Clean passenger vehicle, light pickup and motorcycle tires will be accepted with a 10-tire limit per vehicle. The costs are $1 per motorcycle or small tire and $2 per passenger vehicle or light pickup tire. The Lenawee County Solid Waste Department reserves the right to reject any tire that may damage recycling or processing equipment.
  • Batteries (Sponsored by Battery Wholesale, Inc.)
    - Battery recycling fees are $3.50 a pound for alkaline/silver oxide, $3 each for drill/cordless tool packs, 75 cents each for lithium cell batteries, and 25 cents each for lithium coin, NI-CD, NI-MH and LiFE04 cell batteries.
  • Shipping Foam (Sponsored by Dart Container)
  • Reusable packing supplies (Sponsored by Greenjack)

Wacker Chemical Corp. 

Anderson Development Co. and Wacker Chemical Corp. are sponsoring Household Hazardous Waste collection at Wacker, 3301 Sutton Rd, Adrian. Residents can drop off the following items for disposal:

  • Aerosols
  • Florescent light bulbs
  • Automotive fluids
  • Paint
  • Fuels
  • Oils
  • Pesticides.

Goodwill Recycling Center

The Goodwill Recycling Center, 1357 Division St., Adrian, (next to Lowe's) will open at 9 a.m. on May 11 and accept the following:

  • E-Waste (TVs, DVD players, vacuums, etc.)
    - No fee for E-Waste except for CRT TVs and CRT Monitors
  • Shredding
    - First 50 pounds free, $.35 per pound after that
  • Clothing (even if it is not wearable, it can be recycled into industrial cloth)

More details, such as rules and restrictions, to come soon!

County Fairgrounds, Wacker Chemical Corp. & Goodwill Recycling Center

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