Yard waste / Leaf Collection will continue through the week of January 8, 2018. Christmas Trees will be collected January 2 through January 12 on your normal trash collection day. Please click here for more information regarding yard waste collection guidelines.
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The department can also answer questions concerning your collection, and give ideas/alternatives for disposal of hazardous wastes. We maintain records of complaints and waste volumes and order recycling containers to be delivered to new construction homes. To help foster the department’s mission statement we will continue to provide educational materials to our residents and businesses that express the need to reduce our waste volumes and offer opportunities and suggestions that support this effort, including our annual Household Hazardous Waste Day which is normally held during the second week of May.
Additionally, the department reviews commercial waste hauler license applications. Once approved, a listing of each receptacle/dumpster location is entered into a database. The licensing process aids the township in identifying any haulers who may not adhere to the requirements of our solid waste ordinance and resolving any problems as swiftly as possible.
The Division of Public Services is located at 9955 N. Haggerty Road.
Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
The primary mission of the Plymouth Township Solid Waste Department is to offer a cost effective and efficient method of collecting and disposing of the residential waste of the township, while attempting to reduce the amount of waste taken to a landfill. The reduction shall be accomplished by striving to reduce the amount of wastes generated by our residents, by increasing the volumes of recyclable materials used and by insuring that yard waste materials remain separate from our residential waste stream.
Taking and resolving resident complaints
Creating and maintaining reports on complaints, volumes, etc.
Issuing new recycle carts
Solid waste billing
Reviewing Commercial/Industrial waste hauler license applications
Resident solid waste education
Researching household hazardous waste collection sites and alternative products
Coordinating the annual household hazardous waste collection event
Answering general disposal questions
Sarah Visel, Solid Waste and Public Services Coordinator
(734) 354-3270, Ext. 4