Please Contact Emterra Environmental USA with questions or complaints about service, 1-877-609-6753.
Recycling, Trash & CompostYard Waste Collection Schedule
Your pick up day is MONDAY.
Please have your Trash & Recycling out by 7:00 a.m. on your service day.
TRASH & RECYCLING PICK UP IS PROVIDED WEEKLY. COMPOST IS PICKED UP WEEKLY ON MONDAY.
ALL MATERIALS SHOULD BE SET AT THE CURB BY 7:00 a.m. on the scheduled day of pick up. Containers should not weigh more than fifty (50) pounds each. For those with special pick up needs, contact your Township Office.
UNACCEPTABLE MATERIALS: Tires, concrete, fencing, any contractor generated materials, free liquids (paints, pesticides, etc), car parts, appliances containing Freon, fluorescent bulbs (in excess of seven per household), and car batteries.
Yard Waste (Compost) Information
Annual yard waste pick up is the first Monday in April thru the last Monday pickup in November each calendar year.
Emterra Environmental USA will provide compost pick up to all residents of Flushing Township. Compost will be picked every week.
Place yard waste in brown yard waste bags or in plastic 30-gallon containers clearly marked "X" facing the street. Branches are to be no more than two (2) inches in diameter, no longer than four (4) feet in length, and must be bundled. Bundles and containers must weigh less than 50 pounds. No tree stumps or trunks are accepted. No compost will be accepted in plastic bags.
Recyclable Items - No Plastic Bags
Recycling bins are available by calling your Township Hall at 810-659-0800.
For a replacement bin you must bring your damaged bin back to the Township.
YOU DO NOT NEED TO SORT RECYCLABLE ITEMS!
Newspaper - Place newspapers, phone books, magazines & glossy newspaper inserts in brown paper bags or bundle and tie with string.
Cardboard - Clean corrugated cardboard must be bundled and tied in two (2) foot squares, not exceeding a thickness of one (1) foot.
Plastic #1 through #7 - Plastics should be rinsed clean with the cap removed. No motor oil, anti-freeze or cooking oil containers please.
Cans - Clean tin and aluminum cans. These items may be flattened to conserve space in your container.
Glass - Clear, brown and green empty glass. The glass should be rinsed out.