THIS PAGE IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION and BEING UPDATED. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE FOR UPDATES AND QUESTIONS… THANK YOU!
VBC Resident Special Recycle Collections:
- Household Chemical Waste Collections – Saturday, June 17 on Hazen St. in Paw Paw & Saturday, September 16 at the DPW in South Haven.
- Household Chemicals (list of accepted materials below)
- Pesticides (lawn, garden, farm) – Accepting small quantities. Large quantities should be disposed of (free) at the Berrien County Clean Sweep events which cover residents/landowners in Van Buren County. Visit http://www.berriencounty.org/recycle/CleanSweepPesticideCollections or download a Clean Sweep Registration and follow the directions on the form.
- Latex Paint (any size/any color)
- Passenger Tires – Space is limited so please RSVP tire count to 269-657-4030 x5. Limit 10 passenger tires per resident address, extra will be put on waiting list if there is room. No businesses. No large tractor or equipment tires.
- Other Items: Hearing Aids, Eye Glasses, Walking Canes, American Flags (all items will be donated to the local Lions Club and VFW)
Materials Accepted for Chemical Waste Collections:
Oil based paints, batteries, household cleaners, automotive chemicals, antifreeze, fluorescent bulbs, garden & lawn chemicals, solvents & paint thinners, aerosols, gasoline, mercury and mercury devices, pesticides, acids/bases, reactives, and kerosene corrosives. Items we do NOT collect: used motor oil (check with local oil change locations), ammunition, explosives, asbestos, radioactive materials.
Municipalities that pledge funds to the Kalamazoo Household Hazardous Waste Collection Center: Antwerp Township, Almena Township and Paw Paw Township. The Kalamazoo HHW Center is located at 1301 Lamont Ave. Kalamazoo MI, 49048 and their contact information is 269-373-5211 or visit http://www.kalcounty.com/hhw.
Updated Van Buren County Recycle Guide Coming Soon…. Download the complete Van Buren County Recycling Guide here: Van Buren Recycling Guide
WHAT CAN BE RECYCLED & WHERE
DROP OFF LOCATIONS:
KEEPING VAN BUREN COUNTY BEAUTIFUL:
VBC MUNICIPALITY INFORMATION