Household Hazardous Waste Collection Schedule
July 14, 2017
7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Health Department-Mt. Clemens
This schedule is periodically updated throughout the year as collection dates are added.
The Macomb County Health Department cannot accept computers or any other electronic devices (E-waste) at this time.
Please visit http://search.earth911.com/ to find a list of recyclers in your area.
*This is an outdoor collection site so please check the website or call the hotline the day of event to confirm hours as they may be adjusted due to extreme weather conditions. Hotline # 586-466-7923
For a list of items accepted at the Household Hazardous Waste Collections, please click HERE.
New Medication Disposal Sites
The Health Department is now partnering with local pharmacies to expand our drug disposal program. Please click on the link below for a brochure for a list of participating pharmacies: DrugDisposalTrifold
Directions to the Mt. Clemens Collection Site (map)
The center is located at 43525 Elizabeth Road (adjacent to the Macomb County Jail) which is approximately 1 mile south of Hall Road on the west side of Groesbeck Hwy.
From the South: Follow Groesbeck north to Elizabeth Road. Turn left at the traffic light onto Elizabeth. Turn left onto Dunham Road which is located between the jail and the cemetery. Look for the Hazardous Waste Collection signs and follow them to the collection area.
From the North: Follow Groesbeck (or North Avenue) south to Elizabeth Road. Turn right at the traffic light onto Elizabeth. Turn left onto Dunham Road which is located between the jail and the cemetery. Look for the Hazardous Waste Collection signs and follow them to the collection area.
If you have any questions, call us at 586-469-5236, Monday-Friday,
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or E-mail us now.
Please Note: Other municipalities hold their own recycling events. Please refer to their website for further information
Environmental Protection Agency
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
Macomb County Water Resources Public Survey
The Macomb County Health Department, along with other county agencies, communities and public schools and universities are working hard to protect, clean up and restore our local lakes, rivers and streams. We are interested in knowing the priorities and concerns of local citizens in regard to protection and restoration of our local water resources. By filling out this survey you will be a part of the decisions that will help protect and restore our lakes, rivers and streams. We thank you and appreciate your help by completing this survey.