Transfer Station - Recycling, Trash Disposal & Composting
Lake Township maintains and operates a Transfer Station for township property owners. Residents may dispose of trash for a fee and may also drop off recyclable items and dispose of leaves, grass clippings, tree limbs, logs, bushes, et cetera at no charge.
The transfer station is located on Sand Road, 1/4 mile south of M-25 and 1/8 of a mile east of Champagne Road.
Transfer Station Hours
Closed Christmas and New Year.
Closed Independence Day.
Open Memorial Day and Labor Day from 9 AM to 4 PM.
Our Transfer Station Attendant is Lee King. Our attendant will determine if items not described are acceptable for disposal.
Absolutely NO Paints or Lacquers and
No Building Materials. No Refrigerators, Freezers or Air Conditioners.
The Transfer Station also cannot accept couches, chairs, mattresses, box springs, lumber, concrete, et cetera. These items may be disposed of at the Emterra Landfill south of Bad Axe. For prices and hours of operation, contact the landfill at 1.989.658-2594
Residents doing remodeling projects may want to contact a local company to rent a dumpster.
There is no Fee for scrap metal or appliances such as stoves, washers or dryers.
Hazardous waste items need to be disposed of on one of the countywide disposal days. Please contact the Huron Conservation District at 1-989-269-9540, Ext. 3, for more information and the required application.
Recycling is limited to those items listed here: >> Recyclable items <<
Recycling is only accepted on Wednesday and Saturday from May 1, 2021 thru October 31, 2021 and is limited to two green recycling containers or their equivalent.
(Discretion of the attendant)
>> Recyclable items <<
Rinse and remove all caps and lids on containers.
TRASH DISPOSAL FEES
Up to 21 gallon bag ..... $2.00
Up to 33 gallon bag ..... $3.00
Commercial ................ $4.00
Pick-up truck load ....... $40.00
1/2 pick-up truck load .. $20.00
THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION AND PARTICIPATION IN OUR RECYCLING PROGRAM
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