Residential Curbside Recycling

Some garbage hauling companies provide curbside recycling programs that can be confusing and challenging for the resident. CDS makes every effort to make recycling easy, and convenient for our residential trash customers, encouraging more of our customers to participate. Regular recycling practices can help to preserve our natural resources by reuseing and reducing.

Some garbage hauling companies provide curbside recycling programs that can be confusing and challenging for the resident. CDS makes every effort to make recycling easy, and convenient for our residential trash customers, encouraging more of our customers to participate. Regular recycling practices can help to preserve our natural resources by reuseing and reducing.

Please see the link of accepted and not-accepted recycling materials: Guidelines for Recycling

It is important to know that Community Disposal Service is not an actual recycler, we pick it up and haul it to reputable recycling centers. These licensed centers have large operating costs, and delivering clean and proper products is important to keep costs down, which in turn, help us provide our customers with low recycling service fees. We have partnered with the top licensed recycling centers in Oakland, Genesee, Livingston, Lapeer, Saginaw, and Shiawassee counties to provide the most flexible recycling services in your area. We strive to make recycling easy and intuitive so we can work together for the betterment of the environment.

For weekly recycling pick up services please make sure all items are placed in a bin clearly used for or marked as recycling ("R" or "Recycling") and away from trash containers. If bins are found to contain *non-recyclable items, we will need to leave them at your residence.
Recycling Facts:
  • Each ton of recycled paper can save 17 trees, 380 gallons of oil, three cubic yards of landfill space, 4,000 kilowatts of energy and 7,000 gallons of water.
  • Americans use more than 67 million tons of paper per year, or about 580 pounds per person per year.
  • Making recycled paper instead of new paper uses 64 percent less energy and uses 58 percent less water.
  • Every day Americans businesses generate enough paper to circle the earth 20 times.
Five good reasons to recycle:
  • 1. Recycling conserves our valuable natural resources
  • 2. Recycling saves energy
  • 3. Recycling promotes clean air and water
  • 4. Recycling saves landfill space
  • 5. Recycling can save money and create jobs

Email us at office@cdsmich.com to contact a CDS representative for more information. To be enrolled in our weekly curbside recycling program, please contact our office at (810) 336-3000, (248) 634-5693.