6685 E. Ten Mile Road
Center Line, MI 48015
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Waste Removal Information
On July 1, 2003, the City of Center Line residents began to participate in a curb side recycling program. The existing mixed waste collection and compost (Yard Waste) program will also continue. This new service is a result of the new contract that the City of Center Line has entered into with Great Lakes Waste Services. Residents pick up schedule will remain as it has in the past as follows:
Tuesday — East of Van Dyke to Lorraine from Stephens Drive north to Harding.
Wednesday — East of Van Dyke to Lorraine from Central north to Potomac.
Thursday — West of Van Dyke from I-696 south to the southern city limits including the north side of Wood Street.
All solid waste (garbage) is to be placed in proper containers of not more than 35 gallon capacity or size, or placed in 35 gallon plastic garbage bags, not to exceed 60 pounds each. All solid waste shall be placed by the curb not more than 24 hours prior to pick up day.
All items that cannot be placed in either cans or bags must be tied in bundles not to exceed four (4) feet in length and not to exceed 60 pounds per bundle.
Bulk items such as furniture, appliances, etc., are to be placed at the curb side for pick up on your designated pick up day.
Appliances such as refrigerators with doors removed, air conditioning units, humidifiers and any other appliance containing a refrigerant will be picked up by placing the appliance at the curb on your designated pick up day at no charge to the resident. Please call Rizzo Services or Center Line City Hall no later than the day prior to your designated pick up.
Items Not Picked Up: Household batteries, vehicle batteries, paint, motor oil and building materials.
Rizzo Services provides the City of Center Line with excellent sold waste, yard waste, and recycling servies. Rizzo Services also provides brush chipping services. Brush chipping is done on Wednesdays and the guildelines are listed below:
Compost and Yard Waste
Yard waste in plastic bags cannot be picked up.
Regulations Regarding Fall Leaf Pickup
Residents must place the leaves in the proper receptacles to be picked up by the waste haulers. This is a service that is included in your solid waste bill. All residents will be required to use the curb side yard waste pick up by placing their leaves, in the fall, in the proper yard waste receptacles or "kraft" paper bags. Failure to comply with this new policy will result in an ordinance violation, pursuant to the City of Center Line Code of Ordinances, Section 62-19, Leaving, depositing, spilling, etc. materials on the street.
As a reminder to all residents, solid waste, recycling and compost scheduled for pick up on a legal holiday will be picked up on the next regular business day. Great Lakes Waste Services observes the following holidays:
When the above holidays fall during the week, the collection schedules will be moved to the next weekday.
Since yard waste is picked up by a separate truck, any one of the other materials may be picked up several hours prior to or after the pick up of your solid waste and recyclables. However, it is necessary that yard waste, recyclables and solid waste be placed at the curb no earlier than the evening before the scheduled pick up, and no later than 7:00 a.m., on the pick up day. This will ensure that all solid waste, yard waste, and recyclables will be picked up in a timely fashion. Failure to place your waste containers during the required times, will result in your containers not being picked up.
Yard Waste is picked up only from April 1st to November 30th of each year. However, solid waste and recycling will be on a year-around schedule.
If you have any questions or concerns, or you wish to notify Rizzo Services of a special pick up on your designated pick up day, i.e., refrigerator, stove, etc., please call one of the following numbers:
Rizzo Services (866) 772-8900 or (586) 772-8900
City of Center Line (586) 757-6800
Working together, residents can make a difference in providing a safe environment in their home and help stop the unnecessary waste of recyclable items being deposited in landfills.