ATTN: Our Drop-Off Station (DOS) will also be open for the Summer on Mondays, 8:30am-1:30pm. Summer Mondays are temporary and will end on 8/28.

Shop & Donate

Recycle Ann Arbor’s ReUse Center offers more than 20,000 square feet of store space, selling a huge variety of household and building materials at affordable prices. The ReUse Center also offers Urbanwood for sale.

The inventory changes every hour, seven days a week!

Visit us every Wednesday for 1/2 off sales on select items throughout the store!

Regular customers know that the key to finding the good stuff is to shop frequently and know the store’s layout. There are those who visit looking for the unexpected, and those who come with intent to find a specific item, such as the matching half of a doorknob, or a bicycle for their child.

The donations and purchases of reusable materials not only support Recycle Ann Arbor’s environmental programs, they help to conserve resources and energy, and to reduce waste in our community.Donate: The ReUse Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible! Your donations and purchases of reusable items help to conserve resources and energy while reducing waste in our community. All proceeds from the ReUse Center go directly toward maintaining the facility, hiring staff and supporting other waste reduction activities in the community.

Donating is easy and convenient at the ReUse Center

Just drive through the gates and look for the friendly ReUse Staff. Unloading and loading assistance is available. However, we ask that you do not donate items during inclement weather. Thanks for understanding. We also offer material pick-ups for local residents, businesses, builders, and remodelers. Items must be of individual high resale value to qualify. For pick-up information, call (734) 222-7880.

What We Accept:

Temporarily Not Accepting:

What We Don’t Accept

Many of the above items are accepted at Recycle Ann Arbor’s Drop-Off Station

Household hazardous materials are not accepted at the ReUse Center or the Drop-Off Station. They may be taken to the Washtenaw County Home Toxic Center. Call (734) 222-3800 for information or visit www.ewashtenaw.org

Household hazardous materials include paint, flammable liquids, toxic waste, chemicals, thermostats, thermometers, and smoke detectors.

All policies are subject to change without notice.