2024 Annual Recycling Events

Keep hazardous items out of landfills, storm drains, and sewage treatment plants by disposing of them at one of our annual recycling events held on the Township campus. Convenient drop-off service and no charge. Open to Township residents with valid ID.

Electronic Waste Day Saturday, May 4 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Old electronics, unused or expired medications, and paper shredding.
Household Hazardous Waste Day Saturday, September 28 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Household chemicals such as liquid cleaners, motor oil, pool chemicals, etc.

Recycle BinPriority Waste provides each homeowner with an 18-gallon blue plastic bin or a 65-gallon cart for the purpose of recycling many household materials. Additional carts can be purchased if needed. Recyclable items should be set out along with your regular trash. A separate truck will collect them.

To request a bin or cart call Priority Waste at 855-927-8365.

Residents often have questions about what materials can be recycled, and why other materials cannot. The Recycling Flyer provides detailed information.

Recycling Plastic Bags

Plastic bags are non-biodegradable, contribute to litter, are made from non-renewable resources, and can harm animals and birds that can become entangled in or choke on the bags. It is with this in mind that Bloomfield Township suggests using alternative containers when appropriate and always properly disposing of unwanted plastic bags. Plastic bags cannot be placed with your other household recycling.  Read more.

For additional information on why plastic bags cannot be recycled click here. For information on drop-off locations for recycling plastic bags click here.

MDEQ How Do I Handle This Waste? 

Household Hazardous Waste

The Township holds one Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day each year. There are some alternatives available to residents for disposal of these items. Disposal Alternatives

Read more on our Hazardous Waste page.

Electronic Waste Recycling

Technological advances and the resulting increase in electronic equipment pose a unique situation in terms of waste disposal. While electronic waste, also known as e-waste only represents a small portion of the waste stream (about 1%), the potential impact on the environment is high. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the increasing amount of electronic waste may cause environmental hazards. The EPA contends that many of the materials found in electronic equipment (e.g. computers, mobile phones, and batteries) can present hazards to the environment and to human health.

There are a number of options for safe disposal of electronic waste here.

Medicine & Sharps Disposal

Prescription medications and used and discarded needles must be disposed of properly. For details on disposal of these items please see our Medicine & Sharps Disposal page.