Tom King Memorial Junk Day 2017
May 20, 2017 • 8 am – 12 pm
NEW Guidelines and Restrictions:
Review all information before registering.
Registration begins May 1, 2017
Dispose of household items – including furniture, electronics and appliances –
at the Township during the Annual Tom King Memorial Junk Day.
This is a FREE program to Bath Charter Township residents ONLY.
or call the Township Offices on or after
May 1 at (517) 641-6728, Monday through Friday from 8 am – 5 pm to register.
Space is limited and registration is required to participate. There is a two-load limit per address – a truck or utility-sized trailer (4-feet x 6-feet) load equates to one load. If unauthorized items are mixed in your load, our crews are not obligated to sort the materials and may refuse the entire load.
Curbside Service for Residents 60+ and/or Disabled
The Township will also provide a curbside-only service for residents age 60+, or physically disabled individuals that can’t bring their materials to the drop-off site.
Curbside Registration is LIMITED: Qualified persons may call the Township Offices at (517) 641-6728 from May 1-12, 2017 to schedule a pick-up appointment for the week of May 15. You will be assigned a pick-up date based on a predetermined schedule and the voting precinct that your residence is in.
- Items must be placed curbside by 8:00 am the day of your scheduled pick up.
- Crews WILL NOT enter your property to collect items.
- If unauthorized items are placed for collection, our crews are not obligated to sort the materials and may refuse the entire load, leaving it on your property.
Items NOT ACCEPTED
Please visit Clinton County Waste Management at https://www.clinton-county.org/196/Waste-Management, for additional resources and special collection events, including items listed below that are not accepted during our event.
- Asbestos (including ceiling/floor tiles and insulation)
- Dangerous Items (lumber with nails sticking out)
- Demolition Materials (concrete, brick, block, shingles and other roofing materials)
- Drums/Barrels (Not Empty/Clean)
- Household Refuse
- Lead Acid Batteries (car batteries)
- Low-Level Radioactive Waste (some household clocks and smoke detectors)
- Medical Waste (Sharps materials not properly contained)
- Non-Household Liquid Waste
- Paint Cans that are Not Dry
- Polychlorinated Biphenyls, PCBs (fluorescent light ballasts)
- Radioactive Waste
- Regulated Hazardous Waste
- Tires on Rims
- Toxic Materials (ignitable, corrosive or reactive)
- Used Oil
- Yard Waste (leaves, grass clippings)
Requirements for Disposal
- Lumber MUST be cut to four-foot lengths or less
- Protruding nails in lumber MUST be removed or bent down
- Tires MUST be off rims, free of dirt and water; Up to 10 accepted
- Large pieces of glass should be broken into a pail
- NO tractor tires allowed unless arrangements with the Township have been made
Electronics Recycling - Accepted Items
- Cable Receivers
- Digital Converter Boxes
- Digital Music Players (portable)
- Digital Video Disc Recorders
- Facsimile Machines
- Keyboards (electronic)
- Mice (electronic)
- Satellite Receivers
- Servers (small scale)
- Stereo Equipment
- Video Game Consoles
- Videocassette Recorders
Materials NOT Accepted for Electronics Recycling
Items not accepted for electronics recycling may still be eligible for disposal as part of this program. Please see Items Not Accepted.