Recycling Locations

Calhoun County Recycling Options:

Calhoun County has five recycling facilities as listed below:

Locations

Hours of Operation

 Albion Recycling Center

216 N. Eaton St.

Albion, MI

New 2018 Flyer Albion and Marshall

Please note: if the County closes due to weather, the recycling centers will be closed.  In the case of thunderstorms, the center will shut down and reopen 30 minutes after the last lightning/thunder.

 Monday 10am – 2pm

Wednesday 2pm – 6pm 

Saturday 10am – 2pm

Recycling Center will be closed the following dates:

Monday, January 15

Monday, February 19

Saturday, March 31

Saturday, May 26

Monday, May 28

Wednesday, July 4

Saturday, September 1

Monday, September 3

Monday, November 12

Monday, December 24

Monday, December 31

Bedford Township

115 S. Uldriks Dr.

Battle Creek, MI 

Acceptable Material Flyer

 2nd weekend of each month

If bins are full, do not leave material on the ground. 

Clarence Township

27052 R Dr. N.

Albion, MI

Acceptable Material Flyer

 3rd weekend of each month

If bins are full, do not leave material on the ground. 

 

 Marshall Recycling Center

13300 15 Mile Road

Marshall, MI

New 2018 Flyer Albion and Marshall

Marshall Recycling Center FlyerPlease note: if the County closes due to weather, the recycling centers will be closed.  In the case of thunderstorms, the center will shut down and reopen 30 minutes after the last lightning/thunder.

Tuesday  10am – 2pm

Thursday 2pm -6pm

(Starting May 18) Friday 2pm – 6pm

Saturday  10am – 2 pm 

Recycling Center will be closed the following dates:

Saturday, March 31

Saturday, May 26

Saturday, September 1

Thursday, November 22

Tuesday, December 25

Tuesday, January 1

 Pennfield Township

20260 Capital Ave. NE

Battle Creek, MI

Acceptable Material Flyer

 4th weekend of each month

2018 Schedule

If bins are full, do not leave material on the ground.

Calhoun County Interactive Solid Waste Map

Interactive Map

How do I recycle?

Using cardboard boxes, paper bags, and reusable recycling containers, separate recyclables into the following categories represented by the bullet points below.  Staff and volunteers will unload the recycling from vehicles and return all reusable recycling containers during the visit.

Please remember to empty and rinse your containers.

What can I recycle at the Recycling Centers?

BOTTLES AND CONTAINERS

  • Aluminum cans, trays, and foil (please crush)
  • Steel cans & tins
  • Clear glass bottles and jars (no color)
  • Colored glass (only one-weekend a month locations)
  • #1 PET clear plastic bottles (soda, water, and flavored beverages)
  • #2 HDPE plastic bottles – natural (milk & water jugs)
  • #2 HDPE plastic bottles – colored (detergent & fabric softener containers)
  • #1 PET non-bottles, #3 PVC, #5 PP, #6 PS, and #7 mixed plastic containers (clam shells, health & beauty products, household cleaners, yogurt cups, cottage cheese containers, syrup & ketchup bottles, and plastic lids)

PAPER ITEMS

  • Newspaper including inserts & telephone books (remove plastic sleeves)
  • Cardboard (no waxed cardboard) including box board (cereal, gift boxes, shoe boxes, etc.)
  • Office, computer, notebook (remove spirals and binders), mail & envelopes (no plastic cards or stickers)
  • Magazines/catalogs

OTHER ITEMS

  • Styrofoam #6 – polystyrene (no peanuts or construction foam)
  • Vinyl siding (Albion Recycling Center ONLY)

COMPOSTING

Lists of Registered Compost Facilities:

Area Compost Centers Map

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