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LARGE ITEM CLEANUP & SHREDDING DAY
Hartland Township is hosting a “Rain or Shine” one day collection event at Hartland High School’s student parking lot (10635 Dunham Road, Hartland). Residents can bring large items to the high school on this day for proper disposal and/or recycling.
Free Shredding services will also be available on site.
No Appointments necessary for this event!
WHO CAN USE THIS SERVICE? All Hartland Township residents (ID may be required)
WHAT DOES IT COST? All accepted items are FREE!*
LARGE ITEM DISPOSAL
WHAT WILL BE ACCEPTED? (MANY OF THESE ITEMS WILL BE RECYCLED!)
Freon‐Free Refrigerators/Freezers/air conditioners/large appliances*,
scrap metal, wood scraps, furniture, tires, mattresses, textiles, cardboard
boxes, microwaves, toilets, sinks, plumbing fixtures, bikes, lawn furniture,
couches, chairs, other bulky items, ALL E‐WASTE (electronics) including:
computers/laptops, computer monitors, phones, VCRs, DVD players, TVs, stereos
* ALL Appliances must have certified “Freon‐removed” sticker to be accepted. Or, Residents can pay $25 (cash) per
appliance to have Freon removed at this event. This includes all air conditioners & dehumidifiers.
NO: Household Hazardous Waste (paint or paint cans, gasoline, used oil, chemicals), commercial waste, dirt, yard waste,
concrete, asphalt, construction debris, regular household garbage, wooden console TV’s, furniture with lead paint, cars
Shredding takes place on‐site at the high school for complete security.
Junk mail, bank statements, cancelled checks, contracts, white ledger paper,
manila folders, credit card statements. Staples, paperclips, rubber bands left
on paper items is okay.
Magazines, newspapers, books, CDs, DVDs, VHS tapes (these items can be disposed of, not shredded)
More About Hartland High School
Opened in 2003, Hartland High School has been called the “flagship” for the entire district. Sitting as part of a 200-acre site that includes Hartland Middle School and Creekside Elementary, the 400,000-square-foot building features an elevated indoor track, two gyms, a 500-seat auditorium and an Aquatic and Fitness Center that's open to the public. The $60-million facility also includes tennis courts and football, soccer, baseball and softball fields. Its principal is Chuck Hughes.