4th of July Holiday Will Impact Trash Collection

The upcoming 4th of July holiday does impact curbside solid waste collection services provided to some of the 34 Mid Michigan Waste Authority (MMWA) member communities. During the holiday week, collection services will be delayed one day for communities with regular pick-up days of Thursday and Friday. These residents should prepare and set out materials one day later than they normally do during the holiday week. Resident in communities with Monday through Wednesday service will not be impacted by the holiday week.

Memorial Day Holiday Will Impact Trash Collection

The upcoming Memorial Day holiday does impact solid waste collection services provided to MMWA member communities. There will be no trash, recycling or yard waste collection provided on Monday, May 27, 2019. Collection services will be delayed one day for every community the weeek of Memorial Day. Residents should prepare and set out materials one day later than they normally do during the holiday week. For example, if your normal collection day is Monday, you should pt your materials to the curb on Tuesday.

Weather Update Thursday, February 14, 2019

Mid Michigan residents are experiencing a welcome reprieve from the recent inclement weather. All routes are running as usual. Shout out to all of the Waste Management drivers who have done a great job during these cold, snowy, icy, and windy days. Thank you to all of our residents for their patience.

Inclement weather update for Wednesday, February 13

Unfortunately it’s another Inclement Weather Wednesday in mid-Michigan and that means your trash and recycling collection may be impacted. Waste Management trucks will be on the road attempting service on Wednesday, February 13 but if they encounter areas that are not safe to travel, they will be unable to collect your materials until next week. Please remove your materials from the curb until your next service day. If your trash and/or recycling cannot be collected, we apologize for the inconvenience, but safety is always our top priority. Call us at (989)781-9555 if you have questions.

Inclement weather update for Tuesday, February 12

Mid-Michigan drivers are once again facing hazardous road conditions, with driving impacted by snow, freezing rain, decreased visibility, and wind gusts. However, Waste Management trash and recycling trucks will be on the road attempting service on Tuesday, February 12. Keep in mind that they may encounter areas that are not safe to travel, and if that happens, they will be unable to collect your materials until next week. Please remove your materials from the curb until your next service day. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we continue to prioritize safety during another bout of extreme weather. If you have questions, please call us at (989) 781-9555.

Inclement weather update for Friday, February 8

On Friday, February 8, Waste Management trucks should be on the road attempting service but drivers may encounter areas that are not safe to travel. If that happens, they will be unable to collect your materials until next week. Please remove your materials from the curb until your next service day. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we prioritize safety for our collection workers and our communities. Questions? Call us at (989) 781-9555.

Inclement weather update for Thursday, February 7

While services are not canceled today, Thursday, February 7, there will likely be areas the drivers cannot service due to icy road conditions. Waste Management trucks will be on the road attempting service but drivers may encounter areas that are not safe to travel. If that happens, they will be unable to collect your materials until next week. Please remove your materials from the curb until your next service day. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we prioritize safety for our collection workers and our communities. Questions? Call us at (989) 781-9555.

Inclement weather update for Wednesday, February 6

Most area school districts are closed as residents in the Mid Michigan Waste Authority service area wake up to icy roadways and freezing rain. Waste Management trucks will be on the road attempting service today but drivers may encounter areas that are not safe to travel. If that happens, they will be unable to collect your materials until next week. Please remove your materials from the curb until your next service day. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we prioritize safety for our collection workers and our communities. Questions? Call us at (989) 781-9555

Trash, recycling services canceled Friday, Feb 1

Freezing temps impact service to 11 Mid Michigan Waste Authority communities

 SAGINAW, MI  –  Due to the expected sub-zero temperatures, solid waste collection services will be canceled in 11 mid-Michigan communities on Friday, February 1.

MMWA trash and recycling collection services, operated by Waste Management, will NOT be running in Albee Twp, Bethany Twp, Blumfield Twp, Brady Twp, Village of Breckenridge, James Twp, Maple Grove Twp, Village of St Charles, City of Saginaw, Thomas Twp, and Wheeler Twp. Recycling trucks from the City of Saginaw will also not be collecting on Friday.

Solid waste collection services were also canceled on Wednesday, January 30, and Thursday, January 31, impacting Birch Run Twp, Village of Birch Run, Bridgeport Twp, Buena Vista Twp, Carrollton Twp, Chapin Twp, Chesaning Twp, City of Frankenmuth, Frankenmuth Twp, Richland Twp, City of Saginaw, St Charles Twp, Spaulding Twp, and Tittabawassee Twp.

Communities with canceled trash and recycling services will not have collection service until their next regular collection day. Residents are asked to remove all materials from the curb until their service day next week.

Residents should refer to MMWA’s Facebook page and website, www.recyclemotion.org, for the most current announcements regarding inclement weather impacts.

 

 

UPDATE: Trash services canceled for Thursday, January 31

Freezing temps impact service to Mid Michigan Waste Authority communities

 SAGINAW, MI  –  Due to the expected sub-zero temperatures, solid waste collection services will be canceled in eight mid-Michigan communities on Thursday, January 31.

Those communities are Birch Run Twp, Village of Birch Run, Buena Vista Twp, Carrollton Twp, Chesaning Twp, Richland Twp, St Charles Twp, and the City of Saginaw.

Mid Michigan Waste Authority trash and recycling collection services, operated by Waste Management, will NOT be running on Thursday. Recycling trucks from the City of Saginaw will also not be collecting in the City.

Residents in those communities should hold their materials until their next regular service day. Do not place trash or recycling to the curb, as collection trucks will not return until next week.

Weather conditions for Friday, February 1 are being closely monitored to ensure that collection workers and communities stay safe. Residents in all MMWA member communities  should refer to MMWA’s Facebook page and website, www.recyclemotion.org, for the most current announcements regarding potential inclement weather impacts.