It is the responsibility of residents to individually contract for service at their address. Residents in subdivisions should check with their homeowners association regarding waste haulers, as they may have additional regulations or include service with the homeowner's association fees.In Oakland Township, Waste Haulers must have a license to serve residents of the township, per Ordinance No. 55. The following companies are currently licensed to provide services to residents in Oakland Township:

Addison Disposal: 248-628-1180
Trash hauling only, no recycling

Advanced Disposal: 1-888-443-1717
Trash hauling, recycling and yard waste collection available

Green For Life (GFL): 1-844-464-3587
Trash hauling, recycling and yard waste collection available

Kidd's Disposal, LLC: 248-564-1155
Trash hauling, recycling and yard waste collection available

Waste Management:1-800-796-9696
Trash hauling, recycling and yard waste collection available. No charge for green bin. No plastic grocery bags or Styrofoam.

         If you are a waste hauler needing to register with Oakland Township, please fill out  and submit an application HERE.

Recycling

Township residents are encouraged to utilize their waste hauler for curbside recycling, or as an alternative can drop off their recycling at the Eagle Valley Landfill (248) 391-0990 located on Silver Bell Road west of Lapeer Road, Mon - Fri 6:30 AM to 4:00 PM and Sat. 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM (times subject to change). There is no charge to residents for this service, however you must present a township issued postcard for admittance. This is for Oakland Township residents ONLY. ID's may be checked. This is only for residential recycling, not business. See materials accepted below.

VERY IMPORTANT: Do not contaminate your recyling. Unsure of what this means? Please review these handouts before recycling contamination. You must also stop at the scale upon entering Eagle Valley.

Click here to view a video about Single Stream Recycling 

Accepted Recycled Materials

Items currently accepted at Eagle Valley Recycling:

  • PLASTIC: #1, 2, 4, 5 & 7 Empty, clean and rinsed.
  • PAPER: Newspaper, office paper, magazines, phone books, paper bags and junk mail.
  • GLASS: Jugs, bottles, jars. Empty, clean and rinsed.
  • METAL: Aluminum, metal cans, foil, trays, pots and pans. Empty, clean and rinsed. 
  • CARDBOARD: Pieces 2' x 2' or smaller.
  • CARTONS: Soup, milk and juice cartons, juice boxes.

Household Hazardous Waste

Since 2007, the Charter Township of Oakland has been participating in Oakland County’s NOHAZ program.  Township participation allows residents to dispose of household hazardous waste at one or more of each year’s NOHAZ events. 

2019 NOHAZ Dates:

Saturday, April 13

8 AM – 2 PM
Oxford Middle School
1420 Lakeville Road, Oxford
(From M-24/Lapeer Road, travel east on Burdick Street)
 
Saturday, June 22
8 AM – 2 PM
Oakland University
2200 N. Squirrel Road, Rochester

Saturday, July 20
8 AM – 2 PM
Oakland County Service Center Campus (Check back for exact location)
1200 N. Telegraph Road, Pontiac

Saturday, September 7
8 AM – 2 PM
Oakland Community College, Highland Lake Campus
7350 Cooley Lake Road, Waterford
(Enter from Hospital Road)
 
Saturday, October 12
8 AM – 2 PM
Oakland County Service Center Campus (Check back for exact location)
1200 N. Telegraph Road, Pontiac

Board of Trustee members work at the NOHAZ events and are joined by resident volunteers.

In 2014, 3,492 residents of participating communities safely disposed of 446,541 pounds of hazardous material, that may have otherwise founds its way into local landfills.

Residents of the Charter Township of Oakland pay $10.00 per car, per visit to dispose of their toxic waste.

For more information, including a list of acceptable materials, please visit www.nohaz.com or call 248-858-5656.