Davison Township

Davison Township

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(810) 653-4156
1280 N. Irish Rd., Davison, MI 48423
Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

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General Information

Notify Emterra of any large items to be picked up.
(mattresses, stoves, refrigerators, etc.)

Call: 1-877-609-6753 before your pick up day so arrangements can be made.

Trash pickup is provided weekly on Tuesdays. Recycling is provided every other Tuesday.

If a holiday falls on the Monday before your scheduled day, pickup will be one (1) day later than normal, check the Recycling calendar for these dates. OBSERVED HOLIDAYS ARE:  New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Only these holidays will cause your pickup day to be moved back by one day.

(The recycling schedule has changed to North of Lapeer Road and South of Lapeer Road. Please view the recycling calendar for your scheduled dates – (2024 Recycle Schedule).

  • All materials should be set at the curb by 7:00 a.m. on the scheduled day of pickup
  • Containers should not weigh more than fifty (50) pounds each
  • Latex paint needs to be dried with kitty litter or sand
  • Place the paint can out to the curb with the lid removed

For more information or if you have questions about the garbage/recycling schedules please call Dan Garman at 810-397-0610

Recyclable Items

All items can be placed in one container; plastic and cans can be crushed to conserve room. Glass jars & bottles, aluminum cans, foil & pie tins, tin or steel cans, cereal boxes, paper towel rolls, etc., cardboard (flatten all boxes), telephone books, junk mail, plastic bottles & containers (no cooking oil or motor oil containers), magazines & catalogs, newspaper & inserts, office paper & file folders, and paper bags are acceptable items.

NO broken glass, windows, Styrofoam, electronics, ceramics or dishes, food waste, used pizza boxes, plastic grocery bags, hazardous waste containers, yard waste, etc.

Recycling bins are available for $10 each at:
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Leave your name, phone number and address on voicemail.

For more information or if you have questions about the garbage/recycling schedules please call Dan Garman at 810-397-0610

Yard Waste

Yard waste collection is provided the first Tuesday in April through the last Tuesday in November.

  • Place yard waste in brown kraft bags or in a container clearly marked “Yard Waste”
  • Stickers are available at the Davison Township Municipal Center, Supervisor’s Office
  • Branches no more than two (2) inches in diameter must be tied and bundled
  • Nothing longer than four (4) feet in length
  • Bundles and containers must weigh under 50 pounds
  • No tree stumps or trunks are accepted
  • NO plastic bags
  • Yard waste is picked up every week during seasonal pickup.

Household Hazardous Waste

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Genesee County Household Waste Drop Off Locations

Genesee County Prescription Drug Drop Off Locations

Household hazardous waste (HHW) is products we purchase every day that contain materials that could harm us or the environment if improperly handled. Common products that could be HHW are pesticides, cleaners, paints, stains, personal care, and electronic products. Look for words such as ‘warning,’ ‘caution,’ ‘flammable,’ ‘toxic,’ ‘poison,’ etc. on the labels. Many of these products are not used up and are stored in homes, basements and garages across Michigan. By making sure products are used up and used properly or taken to a local HHW collection, you can protect your family and the environment.

You can reduce HHW by:

  • Checking the label before you buy. If you see a cautionary notice, understand that this materiaL will become a household hazardous waste if not used up properly.
  • Using the product as the manufacturer instructs. Companies are required to test their
  • products to comply with federal regulations. Directions should be followed to get maximum benefit from the products you use without compromising your safety.
  • Buying only what you need. Surprisingly, some products cost more to dispose than they do to
  • purchase. Using forethought when purchasing these products may save your community the cost of disposing of them as HHW.
  • Storing products safely. Children, pets, and others may accidentally injure themselves when
  • products are not safely stored. Make sure potential HHW is stored out of harm’s way.