Cooking Oil

Cooking oil can easily be recycled and turned in biofuels. Pouring cooking oil down your drain is not good for your home, it can solidify and eventually block your pipes. It can also cause damage to your city’s sanitation pipes or septic system. 

Drop-Off Locations

Eaton county offers three recycling drop-off locations that are open to Eaton County Residents. 

Charlotte Area Recycling Authority

201 Hall Street, Charlotte, MI 48813

Hours: Saturday’s & Tuesday’s 8 am - 12 pm and Thursday’s 2 pm - 6 pm 

Additional Information: http://www.charlottemi.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/CARA-Acceptable-Items-2017.pdf

Delta Township Recycling Center

5717 Millett Hwy, Lansing, MI 48917 

Hours: Tuesdays & Saturday 8 am - 4 pm and Wednesday 12 pm - 6 pm 

Additional Information: https://www.deltami.gov/index.php/services/recycling-2/items-accepted-at-the-recycling-center/

Eaton Rapids Recycling Drop-Off Center

301 Market St, Eaton Rapids, MI 48827 (Located on the west side of the Eaton Rapids Department of Public Works building)

Hours: Open 24 hours

Additional Information: https://cityofeatonrapids.com/?page_id=648