C&C Landfill Pilot Program

Starting Aug. 6, 2018, Calhoun County Residents can access the C&C Landfill recycling center for free. This program is limited to residential recycling, and all participants must have a program card to recycle for free.

  • This program is offered exclusively to Calhoun County residents.
  • The C&C Landfill recycling center is located at 14800 P Drive N in Marshall, Mich.
  • The recycling center is open 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 7 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.

Program cards: Residents can pick up a program card from their local municipality or township.

At the landfill: After obtaining a program card, participants should stop at the landfill’s scale house to verify their residency each visit. Residents may bring a load of recycling equivalent to what can be held in a 96-gallon cart per visit. All materials must be empty, clean and dry.

Accepted materials: Residents may bring the following items to the landfill recycling center.

  • Paper: magazines, catalogs, junk mail, office paper, phone books and newspaper
  • Cardboard: cardboard, paper bags and paperboard
  • Plastic: plastic jugs/bottles (#1-#2) and household plastic (#3-#7)
  • Metal: aluminum cans and steel, and tin cans
  • Glass: clear and colored glass

Benefits: This partnership between Calhoun County and the C&C Landfill increases time residents can recycle household items and reduces participants’ cost to do so. The single-stream recycling does not require sorting that is required currently at the County’s other recycling centers that are open once a month.

Program dates: This program begins Aug. 6 and runs through Dec. 31, 2018.

More information: The recycling center accepts the same items as the Republic Services “All-In-One-Recycling” curbside program and requires no sorting.

In the news: Announcing the program as well as explaining recent changes to the County’s recycling program, Battle Creek Enquirer Reporter Kalea Hall wrote this article on July 23, 2018: “This is why Calhoun County changed up its recycling program”