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Projection TVs, CRT TVs and CRT Computer Monitors
As of May 11th, the Ottawa County Resource Recovery Service Centers no longer accept projection TVs, Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) TVs and CRT computer monitors, due to the cost of recycling them.

Locations accepting these items:

11379 East Lakewood Blvd
Holland (616) 355-4229
(Charges are based on screen size.)

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3549 W. Shore Dr
Holland (616) 738-4183

4830 Wilson Ave SW
Grandville (616) 532-2024

5425 Harvey St
Muskegon (231) 798-6407

(Size limits may apply.)


Environmental Health specialists work to provide Ottawa County residents with information about hazardous materials and recycling. Proper disposal at Resource Recovery Service Centers help prevent water pollution, which may lead to serious health risks. For a fee, Ottawa County offers residential recycling at the Resource Recover Service Centers. The annual fee is $100. More information is available on the membership form. For additional recycling information call 616-393-5645.

Recycle Poster Man Recycling

Please clean all food containers and remove lids and labels.
office paper
discarded mail
corrugated cardboard
phone books
brown paper bags
steel “tin” and aluminum cans
empty aerosol cans
clear and colored glass
plastics #s 1 - 7

Not Accepted:
We are unable to accept any of these items due to restrictions at the sorting facility. Items such as these can jam or break sorting machinery.
plastic bags of any kind
packing peanuts
plastic edging
vinyl siding
printer and toner cartridges
PVC pipe
furnace filters
items larger than a 5 gal bucket

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Consumer Electronics

Electronics often contain hazardous materials that should not be landfilled or incinerated. They also contain precious metals, glass, and plastics that should be recycled. Donating or recycling electronics at any Resource Recovery Service Center, conserves natural resources and avoids air and water pollution (see back for locations). Computer equipment can also be recycled at any local Goodwill location.

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Appliance Disposal

Appliance DisposalWashers, dryers, refrigerators, dishwashers and freezers need to be disposed of properly. Although Ottawa County Department of Public Health does not offer any appliance disposal programs, there are other environmentally responsible options. Residents can call Black River Recycling & Supply at (616) 396-8587 for more information on disposal fees and/or purchase of your used appliance.

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