Recycle Livingston, Inc.



About Us

Meet Recycle Livingston, the only nonprofit volunteer drop off recycling center serving the residents of Livingston County since 1989. We are still committed today to reducing the flow of solid waste to local landfills, even expanding our program to include many hard to recycle items such as household batteries, Styrofoam, electronics, latex paint, as well as aluminum, metal, plastics #1 and #2,, clear food container glass, mixed paper, newspaper, magazines, boxboard, cardboard, vinyl siding, household textiles and clean clothing including but not limited to worn/stained/torn items, rugs, curtains, blankets, stuffed animals, shoes and we even accept American Flags that require a proper retirement.

We now offer confidential document shredding and accept VHS/DVD/CD/Cassette materials for recycling. There is a small fee per pound for this service.

Since our beginning, we have relied on volunteer and community support. The City of Howell has and continues to be a wonderful friend and partner to Recycle Livingston. For it is true, nothing we do can be accomplished alone. We rely on memberships, fees, and donations to operate and of course, all of our truly remarkable volunteers whom make all the difference.

Please visit our website,, for a full listing of material accepted and any costs associated with items brought for recycling. We are proud to say that 100% of material accepted is recycled.

In 2016 we were able to recycle over 476 tons and expect to move that number forward in 2017.

Please Join the Cycle with Recycle Livingston


  • Certified Freon Removal
  • Appliance Recycling
  • Confidential Document Shredding
  • Latex Paint Recycling
  • VHS/DVD/CD/Cassette Recycling


Please visit our a full list of all the materials we accept for recycling
Our Home Show Booth Display
Saving the Earth One Water Bottle at a Time
Join Us in Our Pledge to Our Planet
Shredding of Confidential Documents Available..please call 517.548.4439 for more details

Rep/Contact Info

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Julie Cribley
Executive Director