Garbage & Recycling
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Transfer Station Department Responsibilities
The Transfer Station Department is responsible for the operation of the Holton Township Transfer Station which includes the collection of fees and their submission along with all records to the Township office the Monday following the Saturday that the Transfer Station is open; The weekly cleanup of the Transfer Station grounds; and snow removal when necessary. The Transfer Station Supervisor is under the direct supervision of the Township Supervisor.
DUMPING FEES AND REGULATIONS
The Transfer Station is to be used by Holton Township residents only.
There shall be no commercial dumping.
Residents must have a voucher to dump at the Transfer Station. Vouchers
can be purchased at the Transfer Station or the Township Hall in increments
of $5, $10, or $20.
The Transfer Station Attendant will no longer accept the following:
Any demolition materials, wood included
Brush, leaves, or grass clippings
Any items with compressors must have compressor removed
The Transfer Station will be open each Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
33-gallon garbage container: $2.00
50-gallon barrels: $3.00
If the barrel is put into the tank: $4.00
Full sized pickup or trailer, level full will be $25.00. May be charged more for oversized loads.
Small size pickup or trailer, level full will be $15.00. May be charged more for oversized loads.
All furniture brought in must be disassembled.
Overstuffed chair: $5.00
Large mattress: $8.00
Twin mattress: $5.00
Effective September 12, 2006 Holton Township Board
The following tires with their corresponding fees can be recycled at the Transfer Station:
Passenger tires off rim: $4.00
Passenger tires on rim: $7.00
Semi tires off rim: $11.00
Semi tires on rim: $15.00
Tractor tires off rim: $30.00
Tractor tires on rim: $55.00
Medium duty ties off rim: $5.00
Medium duty tires on rim: $10.00
Recyling for Newaygo County has discontinued the recycling drop-off site at the Holton Township Hall as of March 14, 2017 due to their lack of funding.
(Established in 2004, Recycling for Newaygo County is a non-profit organization, collaborating with the Newaygo MSU Extension and the Newaygo County Board of Commissioners. It is funded by individuals businesses, service organizations, township, city and county governments and by a grant from the Fremont Area Community Foundation.)