ATTN: No Curbside Recycling collection will occur on the 4th of July holiday, but will instead be delayed one day that week with collections happening Wed-Sat. Monday (7/3) routes are as usual.

Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle this Holiday Season  Batteries - Rechargeable: Unusable rechargeable batteries & button batteries can be taken to the Drop-Off Station or to the Recovery Yard.  Bubble Wrap: Save quality bubble wrap to be reused. If the wrap cannot be reused it should be taken to the Drop-Off Station.  Electronics: Many replaced, working electronics can be donated to the ReUse Center. Items that cannot be reused can be taken to the Drop-Off Station or Recovery Yard.  Cardboard: Reuse cardboard as often as possible before placing in your curbside bin.

We are pleased to announce that our new website, recycleannarbor.org has won a web design award for Best Environmental Website.  Since 1997, the Web Marketing Association's annual WebAward Competition is judged by a panel of judges from around the world and includes 96 industries. The websites were reviewed based on seven different criteria: design, ease of use, copywriting, interactivity, use... read more

Next time you visit the ReUse Center, check out the new urban art mural to the right of the entrance. Insider tip: It makes a great selfie backdrop. Collaborating with the Neutral Zone, Recycle Ann Arbor recruited local student artists for a recycling-themed mural on the exterior on the ReUse Center. In search of up-and-coming artists who would be willing to... read more

A new recycling program administered by Recycle Ann Arbor in collaboration with GIVE365, Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation and the Adopt-A-Park Program  launched this week. Tennis players will now be able to recycle their tennis ball, courtside. New green collection bins designed specifically to collect tennis balls have been installed in three area parks so far, Buhr, Burns and West park. The... read more

On Thursday, July 7th at the Ann Arbor City Council meeting, the Ann Arbor City Council made a big announcement. Effective almost immediately, they terminated their 26-year long contract with ReCommunity to manage the Ann Arbor Material Recovery facility off Platt Rd. ReCommunity is a for-profit business that operates recycling sorting facilities across the country. They are not affiliated with... read more

Recycle Ann Arbor has had the same look, logo, and name for over 30 years. As we grow, we continue to update and improve our programs. We decided  it was also time to update our look and logo.  Earlier this year we introduced an updated version of ourselves: new colors, logos, primary messages, and perhaps most exciting is a ... read more