The Marshall Recycling Center (13300 15 Mile Road, Marshall) is set to reopen Tuesday, November 9. Please take note of a few important updates:
- Tuesdays 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
- Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tips to make your trip successful:
- Stay in your vehicle.
- Place your recycling in your trunk or truck bed.
- Please consider placing your recycling in containers that can be left at the recycling center such as boxes and paper bags.
Recycling Center Procedures:
- Recycling should be sorted into the categories that the center accepts. Unsorted recycling should be taken to the C&C Landfill Recycling Center. Passes are available through our website.
- Don’t tie bags, we need to screen the recycling as we unload it. No black garbage bags.
- Recycling needs to be empty, clean, and dry. We can’t recycle paper and cardboard that have been wet.
- Flatten all cardboard boxes except those that you are using to haul your other recyclables to the center.
Click here for the Marshall Recycle Center flyer, which includes what materials are accepted and which are not.
Please sort into the following categories:
- Aluminum food containers
- Steel & tin cans
- Clear glass jugs, bottles, and jars
- #1 PET plastic bottles and jars that are clear, blue, or green
- #2 HDPE plastic bottles natural
- #2 HDPE plastic bottles colored
- Mixed plastic #3 - #7 containers
- Magazines and catalogs
- Office paper
- Cardboard plain and corrugated
- Polystyrene #6 (no packing peanuts or construction foam)
By following our tips and procedures, residents should be able to reduce their time spent in line. If you have a lot of recycling at your home, please consider making multiple trips to the center. Make sure that traffic can still enter and leave the Calhoun County Road Department while you are in line, and please do not park/turn around in the neighboring businesses parking lots.
Residents can continue to request C&C Landfill recycling center passes on the county website. The C&C Landfill recycling center is located at 14800 P Drive North in Marshall. Its single-stream recycling means materials do not have to be sorted, as they do at the Marshall Recycling Center.