Please read the following guidelines for Solid Waste, Recycling and Yard Waste collection for your City. Should you have any questions or concerns about these or any of our other services please contact the Republic Services office at 517.264.5760.
Lenawee County Solid Waste Department Information - the links below have information that is helpful to all residents for safe disposal of hazardous waste and recycle/reuse options.
What & How to Recycle
Household recycling pickup is provided twice a month on your regular trash pickup day.
All of your recyclables end up at an Approved Recycling Facility, where they are sorted and shipped out for reuse.
Put all the recyclable paper together in Recycle Bin / or on top of Recycle bin. (can be put in a paper bag or tied)
Put all recyclable items together in Recycle Bin.
Please put your bins out before 7:00 a.m.
Newspaper including color comics and inserts
Acceptable other Recyclables:
Plastic Bottles and Containers
Glass Bottles and Jars (Food & Beverages)
Metal Cans from Food and Beverages
Garbage and Rubbish Service
Great Lakes Waste is very pleased to provide service to the residents of Tecumseh.
Household trash and garbage are picked up on Wednesdays. Put trash in sturdy plastic bags, securely tied, and put it at the curbside before 7:00 a.m.
State law prohibits yard waste going into landfills. City of Tecumseh residents can put out yard waste for pickup on their regular pickup day from March through the second week in December for composting at a state-authorized site. This includes leaves, grass clippings, garden waste and shrub trimmings. Put out yard waste before 7:00 a.m. It must be in one of the following containers:
Brush and tree trimmings
Branches no more than 4 inches in diameter. They must be cut no more than 4 feet long, and tied in bundles no more than 1 foot in diameter. Leave bundles at curbside for pickup.
Composting is the natural process by which organic matter decays into a dark, rich and crumbly substance called humus, which makes an excellent soil conditioner. Tecumseh residents interested in reducing the amount of yard waste for pickup might want to consider backyard composting.
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