Where Does It Go?

Batteries; rechargeable batteries; devices with rechargeable batteries that can’t be removed; paint; household cleaners, SHARPS containers; cell phones with non-removable batteries; and much moreWashtenaw County Home Toxics Centerbit.ly/washhometoxics
Electronics of all kindsBest Buy bit.ly/bberecycle
Fabrics that are not re-saleable because they are worn out, torn, stained, etc.Parking lot donation bins Sometimes thrift shops will accept them in bags marked “rags”
Re-saleable items – toys that have all their pieces, clothes that are in good condition, household goods.Kiwanis – drop off Saturday from 9-12PTO Thrift Shop – check web siteAnn Arbor Thrift Shop especially for high-end items
Flat sheets and towels that are not in good enough shape for re-sale; pet products that are in good shapeHuron Valley Humane Society – drop-off bins are just inside the entrance and accessible anytime they are open
Art supplies, paper bags, fabric, the corks that never got made into a bulletin board, wrapping paper, and much moreScrap Reuse Centerhttps://annarbor.scrapcreativereuse.org/
Furniture that needs to be picked upKiwanis, Habitat for Humanity ReStore; HouseN2Home
Nice household items, decorative items, lamps, kitchen utensils, dish sets – everything to set up an apartment.HouseN2Homehttps://www.housen2home.org/
Plastic bags, plastic wraps (like around toilet paper), other plastic filmsNEVER IN YOUR CURBSIDE RECYCLING!  There are bins in the bottle return area at Kroger.
Clothes and other items that will fit in garbage bagsDonatestuff.com (Purple Heart)
ShreddingOfficeMax, UMCU shred days