Springfield Township does not provide Waste Collection, Recycling or Utility services. Please contact independent vendors in the Springfield Township area for pricing and purchasing. See our Community Links page for contact information for utility vendors that contract with Springfield Township.
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Spring Clean up, Household Hazardous Waste Disposal
Springfield Township provides a Spring Clean Up in April or May each year. Information on the Spring Clean Up can be found here, and is posted in the "News & Announcements" section of our website in March or April each year (you can sign up to receive email alerts when content on that page is updated by signing up here). The 2020 Spring Cleanup will be held Saturday, May 16, from 8am - noon.
The Springfield Township Library participates in a paper recycling program with Paper Retriever.. This is an easy way for you to recycle your paper and help raise money for different projects for our Library. You may bring your paper and drop it in the green and yellow "Paper Retriever" bins located in the parking lot outside the library. You may include: magazines, shopping catalogs, newspaper, office and school papers and mail. You may NOT include plastic, glass, metal, trash or cardboard. For more information contact the library at (248) 846-6550 or log onto www.PaperRetriever.com.
Hazardous Waste Disposal
Springfield Township now participates in Oakland County's NoHaz program; residents may pay a $10 fee to dispose of hazardous waste at NoHaz events. View the NoHaz information flyer here.
2020 NoHaz Dates and Locations:
The April NoHaz event has been canceled.
Saturday, July 18
4640 S. Lapeer Road, Lake Orion
Saturday, September 26
Oakland County Service Center*
1200 N. Telegraph Road, Pontiac
*Follow Signs on Campus
Saturday, October 10
Oakland Community College
Highland Lakes campus, Waterford
(Enter from Hospital Road)
All events are 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Residents of member communities can attend any collection event.
Additional information can be found at www.nohaz.com