Commercial recycling containers are available in four sizes to suit your recycling needs. Our sales staff can help you choose the appropriate size and collection frequency to meet your needs.
Available services for commercial customers include cardboard recycling containers. Curbside recycling with a cart is also available to commercial customers in some areas.
Container dimensions may vary, but capacity will not. Containers are not available in all areas.
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75 in. x 42 in. x 42 in.
Load Height: 40 in.
75 in. x 58 in. x 57 in.
Load Height: 51 in.
Flat: 75 in. x 78 in. x 64 in.
Load Height: 61 in.
Slant: 75 in. x 77 in. x 64 in.
Load Height: 51 in.
Flat: 75 in. x 71 in. x 81 in.
Load Height: 42 in., 75 in.
Slant: 75 in. x 89 in. x 78 in.
Load Height: 52 in.
If your business already has an existing Granger container for recycling cardboard, you can easily recycle other items with Granger’s “Bag It” program. Contact our office and sign up for the service for a small, additional monthly charge. Each type of item is bagged separately and deposited in the cardboard recycling container.
The following types of materials are acceptable:
- Office paper
- Glossy magazines and catalogs
- Tin and aluminum
- Mixed plastic bottles, jugs and tubs
Commercial customers with less recycling may want to sign up for curbside recycling, which is available to commercial customers in some areas.
Curbside recycling consists of every other week collection of various recyclable materials with a cart.
Commercial customers may take advantage of the convenient, free recycling drop-off in Lansing, which is available 24 hours a day/seven days a week.
Businesses should use the special containers for office paper in the parking lot in front of Granger Recycling Center (driveway No. 4) at 16936 Wood Road. Shredded office paper should be bagged before being placed in these containers. The containers are available Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Download a copy of our recommended guidelines and contact us for specifications prior to designing and building an enclosure for your container.