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Waste Management and Recycling

Environmental Health carries out various programs to regulate and enforce well and septic systems through the Calhoun County Sanitation Code. CCPHD is mandated by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) to assure a healthy community through design and inspection of sewage systems and wells and complaint investigation.

Household hazardous wastes, such as household chemicals, anit-freeze, pesticides, are harmful to you and the environment. CCPHD offers a Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) program. The HHW program provides free disposal and recycling services for a wide variety of household chemicals. The service is FREE for Calhoun County residents. CCHPD Environmental Health currently offers four collections a year for household hazardous waste.

Calhoun County Recycling information can be found by visiting www.calhouncountyrecycling.com.

Calhoun County is boosting its recycling efforts. Residents are invited to attend Recyclerama on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 9am - 1pm at Kellogg Community College. Click here for more information.

Year-Round HHW Collection: Calhoun County rsidens can use the Kalamazoo County HHW Center for free. This facility is open year-round and does not require an appointment. Click here for more information.
 
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