Curbside Recycling

Municipally Funded Programs

Residents who live in the municipalities listed are provided with curbside recycling pick-up service included with the trash service contract. Check directly with your program service provider to learn what can and cannot go in your recycle bin. Recycling will work only if you get the process started right by placing the correct items in the bin. Take care to keep paper and cardboard items dry when setting them out for curbside recycling pick-up.

  1. Baroda Village & Township
  2. Berrien Springs Village
  3. Bridgman City
  4. Buchanan City
  5. Grand Beach Village
  6. Lake Township
  7. Michiana Village
  8. New Buffalo City
  9. St. Joseph City
  10. St. Joseph Charter Township
  11. Shoreham Village
  12. Stevensville
  13. Three Oaks Village

Baroda Village & Baroda Township

  • Phone: Village 422-1779, Baroda Village Recycling Webpage; Township 422-2300
  • Service Provider: Michiana Recycling and Disposal, 269-684-0900 or 800-722-9710, Michiana Recycling and Disposal Website.
  • Accepted Materials in Curbside Recycling Program:
    • Brown paper bags
    • Colorless glass bottles and jars
    • Corrugated cardboard
    • Inserts
    • Junk mail
    • Kitchen metals
    • Magazines
    • Newspaper
    • Paperboard (except from frozen or microwave containers)
    • Plastic bottles and jugs Number 1 - Number 7 from food and beauty products

for individual home owners

If you live in an area where the curbside trash services are not covered under a Municipal Contract, you may still have curbside recycling options. First contact your current waste hauling company to find out if they offer curbside recycling. Or check out other waste and recycling Service Providers to learn about services, see below.

Service Providers

View a list of Recycling Service Providers in Berrien County that offer curbside recycling as part of their waste hauling services.