Antifreeze, standard or pink
Antifreeze, either standard or pink, is accepted at the Drop-Off Station and Recovery Yard for a small fee, and Washtenaw County's Home Toxics disposal program.
Wherever you take antifreeze, make sure it is stored in an extremely secure container. Do not mix antifreeze with other substances.
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Try to use up all antifreeze, so you do not have to worry about figuring out how to dispose of it. Once opened, antifreeze lasts around 8 years.
Other Places This is Accepted Uncle Ed's Oil Shoppe accepts antifreeze for recycling
While we do our best to stay updated on alternative reuse and recycling locations, we recommend that you call locations before taking your item(s) to confirm that they currently accept them.
THE DOS IS CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19
When first arriving on-site, stop at the gatehouse to have your materials assessed and pay the appropriate fee (if applicable).
price list for full details
The gatehouse staff will give you direction as to where your items should be placed.
Often you are required to visit several different areas and receptacles.
Unloading and loading assistance is often available. For a complete list of what is accepted, visit the Drop-Off About page.
Address: 2950 East Ellsworth Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48108
RECOVERY YARD IS NOW CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Prior to unloading, Call the office 734-426-2280 to receive directions and assistance.
Please check our
Recovery Yard Drop Off Price list as applicable fees will apply.
No liquids, paints or varnishes, No toxics, No alkaline batteries, food waste, asbestos, soil, sand nor deceased pets, livestock or wildlife.
Address: 7891 Jackson Road Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Public drop-off hours:
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Recycle Ann Arbor only accepts a very limited number of toxic materials. Washtenaw County’s Home Toxics Reduction Program provides the county residents with a disposal option for the rest of these products.
Saturday Drop-Off service
Dates: April through November - Open the first 3 Saturdays of each month.
Hours: 9 am to 12 pm
For information about this program, visit the
for information about location, hours, and materials accepted, or call Washtenaw County Home Toxics Reduction Program (734) 222-3950. Weekday drop-off available by appointment.