Exciting news! During our June 2 Household Hazardous Waste, Tire and Paper Shredding event we will also be collecting electronics!
Missaukee County residents are encouraged to drop off items like TV’s, computers and monitors, laptops, tablets, printers, flat panel displays, phones and stereos. Click here for a partial list of accepted items. If you have questions, please call our office at 231.839.7193.
Missaukee County Recycling Center, 6240 W. Sanborn Road, Lake City
Saturday 9 am – 1 pm and Wednesday 9 am – 5 pm
Closed July 4, 2018.
Missaukee County Recycling Center is now taking ALL plastics #1 – #7. Yes, those pesky cottage cheese, whipped topping and yogurt containers; “clam shells” from the deli; plastic disposable cups and more are accepted-as a pilot project. Please separate the #1, #2 as you have before and put all your #3 – #7’s together.
We are accepting trash at the Missaukee County Recycling Center when brought in specially marked bags that are purchased through Missaukee Conservation District or one of our vendors. They are heavy duty 30 gallon bags and have MISSAUKEE CONSERVATION DISTRICT imprinted on them. Bags are $5 each, 5 for $20 and 10 for $35. They are available at A&L, Missaukee Conservation District, Missaukee County Recycling Center and Missaukee County Treasurer in Lake City and McNally’s in McBain.
Click here to download our Recycling Guide
As a pilot project we are now accepting ALL #1 through #7 plastic containers! That’s right, all those plastic items we couldn’t accept before-cottage cheese containers, clam shells, yogurt containers, etc. Bring them to us!
#1-#7 plastics include the following plastic products:
Newspapers, Magazines and Office Paper- No need to sort your paper! Just put it all together
Boxboard & Corrugated Cardboard
Egg Cartons, 1 dozen size
Metal of all kinds
Large appliances (certificate of Freon removed required if applicable)
Inkjet & laser cartridges
NO ELECTRONICS, INCLUDING TELEVISIONS, ARE ACCEPTED.
Questions? Call 231.839.7193 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Operation of the recycling center is possible because of community volunteers, Missaukee County officials and taxpayers, Missaukee County Sheriff Department trustees and a USDA Rural Development Solid Waste Management Grant held by Missaukee Conservation District.