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Recycling in Livonia
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To arrange for a special pickup, you will contact GFL directly at www.gflusa.com (866) 772-8900.
No construction materials will be collected at the curb. These items must be taken to the dump by the resident or a special pick-up is required.
Large Item Pick-Up
Household furnishings and appliances will be picked up routinely, without charge, by a separate truck on the regular collection day. Large item collection service does not need to be requested. There is a limit of two large items per week. These items should be set out the after 6 p.m. the evening before or by 6 a.m. on collection day. Doors must be taped shut or removed from refrigerators or freezers before they are placed at the curb.
Livonia residents can drop off their Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and Electronic Waste (E-Waste) from March 1 to the first Friday in October at ERG Environmental Services (ERG), 13040 Merriman Road, located on the east side of the street, just north of Industrial Drive.
Residents are able to deliver their HHW and E-Waste items to ERG during the following times:
Monday- Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
ERG has implemented a no-touch receiving protocol that allows ERG employees to safely receive HHW from residents while still observing social distancing recommendations. Specific instructions on drop-off procedures are posted on the receiving door to read and follow.
Residents delivering waste items will be asked to verify City of Livonia residency.
Each drop-off is $5 up to 100 lbs. Residents will pay 75 cents per pound over 100 lbs.
For more information, please visit ERG or contact the City of Livonia Department of Public Works at (734) 466-2655.
Used needles – Must be in hard rigid containers
Mercury – Devices such as thermostats and thermometers that contain Mercury are 75 cents per pound
Latex paint - Disposal fee is 75 cents per pound
A maximum of (8) eight bags of regular household waste is allowed per week.
Trash should be stored in a durable, vermin-proof, and water-proof container made of high-density plastic or metal with a tightly sealed lid must be utilized for outside trash storage and/or collection. Plastic bags alone will no longer be acceptable for food waste and/or any garbage (including animal feces) that may attract vermin, unless inside an approved, covered trash container. Animal waste or other bio-waste must be bagged prior to placement in an approved container.
Collection hours are 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Collection is not considered skipped until after 7:00 p.m. of your collection day. At that time, you are welcome to contact the Sanitation Department to report such events by using the Sanitation & Ordinance complaints form.
The following legal holidays are the only holidays that affect trash collections.:
• New Year’s Day
• Memorial Day
• Independence Day
• Labor Day
• Thanksgiving Day
• Christmas Day
• If the holiday occurs on a weekday, collection will be one day late.
• If the holiday occurs on a weekend, collection will remain on regular schedule.
• Loads are light on holiday weeks - trucks run early