Is the Recovery Yard open to the public? The Recovery Yard is open to the public for paid drop-off waste and recycling services, and for $3.00 fee-based drop-off recycling of common household items such as paper, plastic and metal. A complete list of items accepted at the Recovery Yard for recycling and disposal. When is the Recovery Yard open? Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 4 pm. Saturday 8 am to 2 pm.Office hours: Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm. How much does a roll-off container (dumpster) cost? The cost of a roll-off container is based on a number of factors, including the size of the container, the service location, the number of days the container is needed, and what kind of materials will be collected in the container. The Recovery Yard is the state’s only non-profit construction recycling and demolition facility. Container estimates are always free, and our prices are very competitive. What sizes are available? Roll-off containers are available in four sizes: 10 cubic yards, 20 cubic yards, 30 cubic yards, and 40 cubic yards. How long does it take to get a roll-off container? It typically takes two to three working days to deliver a roll-off container to your site. This can vary, based on seasonal demand. Please note that additional fees apply for deliveries outside of Washtenaw County. What materials can be put into a roll-off container? No liquids, food debris, or compost may be put into roll-off containers. Containers can be provided for compost only, if needed. Extra charges apply for Freon appliances, televisions, computer monitors, and tires. Are there different options for where a container can be placed? Roll-off containers must be located on paved and/or reinforced surfaces only. Other areas may be acceptable as determined by an on-site pre-assessment. A user signature is required before a container may be placed on site. What materials can be recycled from roll-off containers? Materials from all container loads are sorted to recover cardboard, clean lumber (non-treated, painted, stained or varnished), metal, concrete, asphalt, and electronics. What is the relationship between the Recovery Yard and Recycle Ann Arbor? Recycle Ann Arbor purchased Calvert’s Roll-Off Containers in early 2007. Calvert's Roll-Off Containers became The Recovery Yard in 2015. Recycle Ann Arbor is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and the Recovery Yard is the only non-profit construction recycling and demolition facility in Michigan.