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Yes, SOCRRA's Paper Shredder is available by appointment only for residents (not businesses) of the City of Bloomfield Hills. The shredder is located at the Recycling Drop-Off Center is located at 995 Coolidge, Troy, MI (between 14 Mile and Maple).
Changes in Shredder Use: Since the shredder is in an enclosed space, usage of the paper shredder is limited to one person at a time. As a result, there may be users ahead of you. Please wait outside of the shredding area and maintain social distancing. Residents must wear a mask while using the site and the shredder.
Please only shred sensitive documents. Staples are okay. Please no paper clips and no plastic.
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City residents west of Woodward Avenue have weekly collection on Tuesday. City residents east of Woodward Avenue have weekly collection on Wednesday.
Items must be ready for pickup by 7 am.
GFL offers three levels of service options for city residents:
GFL is closed 6 days yearly on the following holidays: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. If your pickup day falls on or after a holiday during the business week, services will be pushed back one day.
Bulk Waste must be curbside by 7 am along with the solid waste.
Please note: All doors and racks must be removed from appliances
You may schedule a large item pick-up by calling 866-772-8900.
Yes, the city uses SOCRRA for hazardous waste and recycling. You can visit their website.
All sites are closed on the following holidays: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
Yes, The Drop-off Center is available by appointment only. Call 248-288-5150 to schedule an appointment.
Residency will be verified by the attendant.
Address: 995 Coolidge, Troy, MI (between 14 Mile and Maple)
Packing peanuts are not accepted.
Please Note - accepted materials are subject to change at any time due to the availability of end markets and expense to handle. Please check back for updates or download the Waste Wizard app for up-to-date information about what can and cannot be recycled.
There are two options for the disposal of household hazardous waste for residents.
Not Accepted: Unlabeled waste or containers with unknown contents, radioactive materials, explosives, waste from clean-ups or spills, hazardous waste generated by a business or industry.
Electronic items require special handling and should not be disposed of in regular trash.
There are three options available for electronics recycling for eligible residents.
You are responsible for removing any sensitive or personal information from hard drives, etc. SOCRRA does not provide this service.