Located on Lindsey Rd (just south of the 9 Mile intersection) with the drive being north of the township hall and towards the rear of the property, the Transfer Station is maintained under strict state regulations, and IS FOR ORANGEVILLE RESIDENTS ONLY!
It is extremely important to have your 2018 transfer sticker with you when you use the Transfer Station. Brush and propane tanks are not accepted.
Hours | 9a.m. – 3p.m.
November – February | First Saturday of the month
March – October | 1st & 3rd Saturdays of the month
Rates are determined by the transfer station operator at the time of dumping.
A recycle bin for Orangeville Township is located in the parking lot of the Orangeville Fire Department. We will continue to monitor the usage volume. Please make sure you adhere to the recycle policies of items that can be placed in the recycle dumpster.
ACCEPTED ITEMS: Paper, glass jars and bottles, tin and aluminum cans. plastic bottles, jars and jugs.
NOT ACCEPTED: Garbage/plastic bags of any kind, furniture, household trash, tires, batteries, paint cans, appliances, electronics such as TV’s, computers etc.
To keep the area clean, if the bins are full please do not place recycles on the ground, instead return another day as we will monitor the container frequently to be emptied.
THIS RECYCLE BIN IS PROVIDED FOR THE USE OF ORANGEVILLE TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS ONLY.
In addition to our local program, Barry County Solid Waste offers two days during the year for recycling at the Barry County Fairgrounds. They accept household hazardous waste, expired or unused medicines, tires and oil products. Dates are published in the Hastings Banner for May and September. Please consider using this resource to recycle and dispose of your household hazardous waste.