The drop-off recycling center located in White Cloud, Michigan has been moved to a new location. The new site is only a few blocks away behind city hall. The move was made at the direction of the County of Newaygo DPW and with the support of the city of White Cloud and Newaygo County Road Commission.
The new location on Pine Hill Street allows for residential recycling to be available to White Cloud and County of Newaygo residents, but it is now fenced in and will no longer be open 24/7. The open hours for this site are Monday-Saturday, 8am – 4pm. It will be closed on Sundays, evenings, and major national holidays like Christmas.
The recycling site will still accept the same items, flattened cardboard, glass, tin and aluminum cans, office paper, newspaper, magazines and rigid plastics. This move is intended to help alleviate contamination of the recyclables and dumping of trash on nights and weekends.
The County’s Recycling program is currently funded by the County of Newaygo and a grant from the Fremont Area Community Foundation. You can find up-to-date recycling information and the guide for accepted items on the programs Facebook page under “Newaygo County Recycling.”