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Reminder: our events are held rain or shine (but we prefer shine)

While it looks like the rain originally forecasted for Saturday, June 23 will not be making an appearance, Mid Michigan Waste Authority is reminding residents that all of our household special waste events are held rain or shine, except in the case of extreme weather....

MMWA Reminds Residents of Proper U.S. Flag Disposal

SAGINAW, MI ----- As Americans prepare to observe the Flag Day holiday on June 14, Mid Michigan Waste Authority is reminding area residents to properly dispose of their old, unserviceable United States flags. MMWA, which provides residential curbside waste collection...

Reminders for MMWA All-in-One drop-off days

We always get a great turnout for our All-in-One drop-off days for hazardous waste, paint, and electronics, so if you are attending one of these events, please keep these tips in mind so we can keep the experience as safe and efficient as possible. For the 2018...

Memorial Day Holiday – Trash Service Delayed One Day

The upcoming Memorial Day holiday does impact solid waste collection services provided to the 34 Mid Michigan Waste Authority (MMWA) member communities. There will be no trash, recycling, or yard waste collection provided on Monday, May 28. With the holiday falling on...

Service Updates

Yard waste season starts first week in April

The first week of April marks the start of Mid Michigan Waste Authority’s seasonal curbside yard waste collection for 2018. Fourteen of MMWA’s 34 municipal members offer residential yard waste services. Residents in the Village of Birch Run, Bridgeport Twp, Buena...

Weekly yard waste services begin April 4 in City of Frankenmuth

Starting April 4, City of Frankenmuth residents will begin receiving weekly yard waste services as part of their curbside solid waste collection program provided through Mid Michigan Waste Authority. Residents will no longer need to purchase special tags for their...

Inclement weather update for Thursday, March 8, 2018

Some trash and recycling drivers are encountering slippery conditions and roads that are drifted over and crowned. This means trucks are moving more slowly, and may not be able to access your materials if your road is not safe to travel. If your trash or recycling...

Yard waste season starts April 2

Many area residents got a head start on their lawn cleanup projects this year, thanks to some unseasonably warm days in February. Mid Michigan Waste Authority is reminding the public that yard waste season does not start until the first week in April for the 14 member...