MSU Surplus Store & Recycling Center

The MSU Surplus Store and Recycling Center (SSRC) has grown from a program that began by recycling a single commodity (office paper) in 1988 to the comprehensive waste management program they have today. The SSRC is comprised of MSU’s Surplus Store, the Recycling Center, and MSU Bikes. Since the completion of their new facility in …

City of Lansing

We’re excited to welcome The City Of Lansing, Capital Area Recycling and Trash (CART) as our newest Recycle, MI Partners! Lansing has a lot of exciting programs going on from curbside recycling, waste collection, and yard debris collection. Read below for some city highlights from our Partner Program Interview with Lori Welch from Capital Area …

Recycle Michigan at Michigan Recreation and Park Association Conference

  We were excited to present at the 2017 Mparks conference. We highlighted the basics of creating, maintaining, quantifying, and marketing a park/public space recycling program followed by a panel Q&A session featuring Greg Kinser the Hartwick Pines State Park Unit Supervisor, Tim Machowicz Michigan  Department of Natural Resources Green Initiatives team member and Sleepy …

Join Recycle, MI

There are many ways to get involved in Recycle, MI whether you help run a recycling program or want to learn more about what you individually you can do, there is a way to get involved.