Meet Recycle Livingston, the only non-profit recycling center serving the residents of Livingston County Since 1989. And we are still committed to reducing the flow of solid waste to local landfills today, even expanding our program to include many hard to recycle items such as household batteries, Styrofoam, computers, latex paint, among other items. Since the inception we have relied on volunteer support so we can continue to provide our services at a minimal cost and be available to everyone. Many of the items we accept for recycling are difficult and expensive to recycle.
At times, when the markets for materials change we also have to change. So please go to Recycle Info tab for more information on what we can recycle and what we cannot. It is important to keep our materials sorted and acceptable to our vendors. And while we wish we could recycle everything, we are committed to recycling 100% the items you bring in. And should items that are not recyclable get mixed in, not only will our vendors not accept the materials, we run the risk of having our hard work end up in the landfill. We pledge to continue to seek out new markets and we will continue to strive to recycle as much as we can with your assistance.
"You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make" ~~Jane Goodall
Thank You So Very Much for choosing to recycle with us!
On What and How to Recycle with Us!
Recycle Livingston will be closed on Saturday, May 27th, in observance of Memorial Day
There is a $3 gate fee for residents and $10 gate fee for businesses to use the site if you are not a member of Recycle Livingston. For more information on memberships, Select the About Us link at the top and go to Memberships.
Year Round Confidential Documentation Shredding Now Available
April 22nd * Earth Day from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm * Shredding Day
Visit the Recycle Info - Shredding Tab for more information
Guess what we are now recycling....Latex paint and water soluble stains. There is a $3 charge for each container of paint which includes Quart, Gallon, and 5 Gallon sized containers. There is no charge for empty paint containers, both metal and plastic. However the paint has to be completely used up and the container must be dry. However all containers containing any amount of paint will be recycled and the fee will apply. Please do not mix kitty litter in with the paint.
Unscheduled Site Closures
If the public schools are closed due to weather, we close. Recycle Livingston may also close due to weather conditions, including but not limited to: severe heat (heat index in the 90's); thunderstorms/tornado warnings; severe cold (zero wind chill or single digit temps). When these or other questionable weather conditions exist, call the office before coming to the site.
Recycle Livingston employees mostly work part time. If you need to speak with someone during non-site hours, please call ahead to make sure that someone will be there. Typical office hours are Tu/Wed/Thur from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. The telephone number is 517-548-4439. We do our best to staff the office to take phone calls on site days that we are open. And our answering machine is checked frequently so feel free to call and leave a message if you have a question or need more information.
How to Find Us
We are located at 170 Catrell Street in Howell, Michigan. Please note that the Catrell Street address is our physical site only. Mail sent to the Catrell Street address will be returned by the Post Office as undeliverable. Please send all mail to P.O. Box 1018, Howell, MI 48844
The site is North of Grand River, between National and Golf Club Roads, behind the Dollar General and Grundy Ace Hardware stores.
This guide has many answers to hard-to-recycle questions. This guide was created by the Livingston County Solid Waste Department and as such, Recycle Livingston cannot guarantee how accurate this information is. Please call Recycle Livingston for any hard to recycle questions.