What are the Drop-Off Station Hours? Tuesday 8:30 - 6:30 Thursday 8:30 am - 6:30 pm Saturday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Where is the Drop-Off Station? The Drop-Off Station is located at 2950 E. Ellsworth Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48108. The entrance is located at the South West corner of the Ellsworth and Platt Intersection off of Ellsworth Rd. The driveway is by the flag pole and the building, a drop off Blue pole barn, can be seen from the road. What can I bring to the Drop-Off? Please see are comprehensive list of accepted items here Can someone help me unload? Yes, when you arrive let the gatehouse know you need assistance, they will inform staff onsite to assist you. Why is there a $3 entry fee? The Drop-Off Station doesn't receive funding from the City of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, or other municipality, fees paid by site users are necessary to keep the site in operation. Can anyone use the Drop-Off Station? Yes, there are no geographical restrictions on who can use the site, additionally pricing and fees are the same for everyone regardless of where you live. When is the best time to come? Saturday is the Drop-Off Station's busiest day. The busiest time of any day is the period between 11am and 3pm. Visiting the Drop-Off Station outside of these hours will save you time. Do you have frequent user passes? Yes, there is a 10-punch pass available for $25.00, and an unlimited-use yearly pass available for $75.00 here. Do you take deceased pets or livestock? We understand that during the winter it can be problematic dealing with deceased livestock or pets. Unfortunately the Drop-Off Station does not accept any type of carcass. How do you calculate fees for waste? General Waste is charged per cubic yard. A cubic yard is a cubic 3'x3'x3'. To measure your waste, multiply the height (in feet) by the width (in feet) by the depth (in feet) and divide by 27. Or use our cubic yard calculator here. Can you pick my items up? Yes. The minimum charge for pick-up service is currently $100.00, and includes two cubic yards of material for disposal. There is a $30.00 charge for each additional cubic yard of material. The maximum delivery volume is five cubic yards. How can I save time and money? Save time and money by loading your car or truck carefully, full details can be found here.