UPDATED BURN PILE RULES: MAY 2013
The burn pile is located on the unpaved road at the end of Fawn Ridge. Proceed down Fawn Ridge to the end of the street and you will see an unpaved road. Drive slowly down the unpaved road as it is very rough and uneven. Drive until you see a brush pile in the clearing to the left. Be careful, the road ends in the river. If you hit water you have gone too far!
ONLY trees, shrubs, leaves, and other wood products should be placed on the burn pile. Stack brush up, not out flat. Do not place material near the road. The pile burns best when it is stacked high.
NO PLASTIC CONTAINERS
NO GARBAGE BAGS
NO HARDWARE/CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS, SUCH AS DOOR KNOBS, HINGES, OR METAL OF ANY KIND
Construction waste (boards ex) should not be put in the burn pile because they may contain nails, staples, etc. or covered/treated by chemicals (ex: paint or treated lumber).
Please do NOT put trash bags in the burn pile
The burn pile is located on the unpaved road at the end of Fawn Ridge. Proceed down Fawn Ridge to the end of the street
and you will see an unpaved road. Drive slowly down the unpaved road as it is very rough and uneven. Drive until you see a brush pile in the clearing to the left. Be careful,
the road ends in the river. If you hit water you have gone too far!
All items should be in clearly marked recycle container or in clear plastic bags.
Place items to be recycled next to your regular trash.
All recycled items will be picked up on alternate weeks, the same day as regular trash.
What is recyclable?
Two types of plastic are currently being recycled. They are distinguished by the following numbers usually found on the bottom of the containers. Remove all caps and rings from containers.
Please no styrofoam, plastic salad/fruit containers, or plastic plates
Typically clear and green soda-type bottles.
Milk or water jugs, detergent bottles.
Please no Styrofoam, plastic salad/fruit containers or plastic plates or black microwave trays
Clear, green or brown unbroken glass jars, bottles, and jugs that contained food or beverages. Please no window, door or auto glass. Labels do not have to be removed.
Aluminum cans, tin cans, or bi-metal cans that contained food or beverages. Labels do not have to be removed.
Paper and Cardboard
Newspaper, envelopes, copy paper, corrugated cardboard, chipboard, manila folders are acceptable. Please do not bundle paper products with twine, tape or string.
Reminders: Dog owners should remember to pick up after their dogs so that our neighbors do not have unsightly, smelly, messy dog waste in their yards. Thank you.
Residents are asked to be sure their trashcans are removed from the street after pick-up
PLEASE REMEMBER THE EMMET CHALMERS FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT IS THE FIRE PROTECTION FOR MEADOWBROOK, THEIR WEBSITE IS WWW.ECFPD.ORG
A great website for Macomb information is www.macomb.com