Chesterfield Township
Residents

Welcome to GFL Environmental, where we take great
pride in serving you with all your waste and recycling needs.

Chesterfield Township Residents

Welcome to GFL Environmental, where we take great
pride in serving you with all your waste and recycling needs.

Chesterfield Township
Residents

Welcome to GFL
Environmental Services, where we take great pride in serving you with all your waste and recycling needs.

Your Service Days

Find out what day your household waste
and recycle items are picked up

Pay Online & Billing

Four easy steps to pay your bill online

Your Service Days

Find out what day your household waste
and recycle items are picked up

Pay Online & Billing

Four easy steps to pay your bill online

Your Service Days
Find out what day your
household waste and recycle
items are picked up

SERVICE DAYS

Enter your address on the map.

All items for pickup
must be curbside by 7:00 a.m.

HOLIDAYS

No service on

  • New Year’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day

For any holiday falling on a weekday, service will be delayed one work day.

EXTENDED LEAVE/
SUSPENSION OF
SERVICE

Residents may request a suspension of service once every 12 months if out of town at least 30 days but not more than 90 days.

Call 844-464-3587 to arrange.

Pay Online & Billing
Four easy steps to pay your
bill online

BILLING

Need to set up an account?
Call 844-464-3587

Mail check to GFL Services at 
P.O. Box 554759
Detroit, MI 48255-7459

or

6200 Elmridge Drive
Sterling Heights, MI 48313

GFL will invoice residents 30 days prior to the start of each new service quarter.

Payments must be received by the last business day of the month prior to the start of the quarter. Payments received after the last business day of the month may be assessed a 1 percent late fee on the unpaid balance. Any account that remains 90 days past due in September will be forwarded to the winter tax bill.

Residents may opt to pay by phone, direct mail, automatic payment, online payment or credit card. There is a $5 processing fee for phone payments.

SERVICE DAYS

Enter your address on the map.

All items for pickup
must be curbside by 7:00 a.m.

HOLIDAYS

No service on

  • New Year’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day

For any holiday falling on
a weekday, service will be
delayed one work day.

EXTENDED LEAVE/
SUSPENSION OF
SERVICE

Residents may request a suspension of service once every 12 months if out of town at least 30 days but not more than 90 days.

Call 844-464-3587 to arrange.

SERVICE DAYS

Enter your address on the map.

All items for pickup
must be curbside by 7:00 a.m.

HOLIDAYS

No service on

  • New Year’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day

For any holiday falling on
a weekday, service will be
delayed one work day.

EXTENDED LEAVE/
SUSPENSION OF
SERVICE

Residents may request a suspension of service once every 12 months if out of town at least 30 days but not more than 90 days.

Call 844-464-3587 to arrange.

BILLING

Need to set up an account?
Call 844-464-3587

Mail check to GFL Services at 
P.O. Box 554759
Detroit, MI 48255-7459

or

6200 Elmridge Drive
Sterling Heights, MI 48313

GFL will invoice residents 30 days prior to the start of each new service quarter.

Payments must be received by the last business day of the month prior to the start of the quarter. Payments received after the last business day of the month may be assessed a 1 percent late fee on the unpaid balance. Any account that remains 90 days past due in September will be forwarded to the winter tax bill.

Residents may opt to pay by phone, direct mail, automatic payment, online payment or credit card. There is a $5 processing fee for phone payments.

BILLING

Need to set up an account?
Call 844-464-3587

Mail check to GFL Services at 
P.O. Box 554759
Detroit, MI 48255-7459

or

6200 Elmridge Drive
Sterling Heights, MI 48313

GFL will invoice residents 30 days prior to the start of each new service quarter.

Payments must be received by the last business day of the month prior to the start of the quarter. Payments received after the last business day of the month may be assessed a 1 percent late fee on the unpaid balance. Any account that remains 90 days past due in September will be forwarded to the winter tax bill.

Residents may opt to pay by phone, direct mail, automatic payment, online payment or credit card. There is a $5 processing fee for phone payments.

Recycle

Some recycling
FAQs to consider

Waste &
Bulk Policy

Do’s and Don’ts

Info & FAQ

Get answers to your
questions here

Recycle

Some recycling
FAQs to consider

Waste &
Bulk Policy

Do’s and Don’ts

Info & FAQ

Get answers to your
questions here

Recycle
Some recycling
FAQs to consider

RECYCLING

Do’s and Dont’s:

Items must be contained within the provided bin and ready for pickup by 7:00 a.m.

Additional recyclables may be placed beside bin if contained in a clear plastic bag.

Allowed

  • Cardboard & Paper Bags
  • Paperboard Magazines & Catalogs
  • Junk Mail
  • Phone Books
  • Newspaper
  • Office Paper
  • Steel & Tin Cans
  • Clear Glass
  • Colored Glass
  • Kitchen Cookware
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Plastic Jugs/Bottles
  • Household Plastic (#1 – #7)

Not Allowed

  • Plastic Bags
  • Paper Milk or Juice Cartons
  • Styrofoam Containers/Packing
  • Garbage/Compost Food Waste
  • Propane Tanks
  • Paint Cans
  • Medical Waste/Syringes
  • Flammable Liquids
  • Household Cleaners
  • Chemicals (Dry or Liquid)
  • Wood Items
  • Concrete
  • Electrical Cords/Batteries
  • Garden Hoses
  • Tires

NEW SERVICE – VOLUNTARY ENHANCED RECYCLING PROGRAM

GFL has partnered with Chesterfield Township to offer a free option to its residents who want to purchase 65-gallon wheeled recycling carts.

For more information, call GFL at 844-464-3587.

Waste &
Bulk Policy
Do’s and Don’ts

HOUSEHOLD SOLID
WASTE

Must be curbside by 7:00 a.m.

Must be curbside by 7:00 a.m. and contained in plastic bags and/or up to 35-gallon plastic or metal containers, with total weight not exceeding 50 pounds.

YARD WASTE

Collection of yard waste runs from Monday, April 3 through early December.

Must be curbside by 7:00 a.m.

Must be contained in up to 35-gallon plastic or metal containers labeled “Yard Waste” weighing no more than 50 pounds, or in biodegradable kraft yard waste bags set out during compost season.

Allowables: Garden waste, leaves, lawn clippings, shrub and tree trimmings. Limbs and branches must be bundled and not exceed four feet in length and a total of 18 inches in diameter, or exceed 60 pounds. Please secure bundles with rope or heavy twine.

Not allowed: Dirt, sod, large stumps, sand, gravel, stone, concrete, animal feces, dead animals.

BULK WASTE

Must be curbside by 7:00 a.m. along with solid waste.

Allowables: include 
appliances, hot water tanks, 
air conditioners, furniture, etc.

Items such as carpet must be rolled up and secured by rope or tape, and not exceed four feet in length or 60 pounds in weight per roll.

Not allowed: We cannot accept vehicles, industrial equipment, sheds, buildings, etc.

Note: For safety’s sake, you are required to remove doors and racks from appliances before setting out. Freon 
also must be extracted.

Info & FAQ
Get answers to your
questions here

SAFETY FIRST

BROKEN GLASS – must be wrapped in several layers of newspaper and marked “Broken Glass,” then set BESIDE trash bin–never inside.

PORCELAIN PRODUCTS – such as sinks, tubs and toilets can cause serious injury if jagged edges aren’t taped and marked.

LATEX PAINT – must be transformed from liquid to solid by adding kitty litter or sand, then allowed to harden. Lids must be removed. To dispose of oil-based products, consult your municipality for special days they accept hazardous waste.

PAILS, BUCKETS, TUBS – and other receptacles capable of holding rainwater pose a drowning hazard to small children and pets. Place these inside bins, not beside them.

APPLIANCES – must have doors 
and lids removed before placed curbside, as they pose a hazard 
to children, who could become trapped inside. Freon must be extracted.

MEDICAL SHARPS – including syringes with disposable needles or lancets, must be safely enclosed in a puncture-proof container (i.e. coffee can or heavy-duty detergent container) secured with a lid, and labeled “Medical Sharps.”

SHARING THE ROAD – Our drivers and loaders are instructed to be careful and respectful of other moving vehicles. If you observe a problem, please inform us at 844-464-3587.

HAZARDOUS WASTES – are capable of causing a fire or explosion, especially when subjected to the intense pressures placed upon them when squeezed into the rear ends of our trucks. Never place the following in your trash or recycle bin: ammunition, antifreeze, fuel, oil, lacquers or anything considered or labeled dangerous, flammable, combustible, poisonous or corrosive.

Need more info?

Check out our FAQ.

RECYCLING
Do’s and Dont’s:

Items must be contained within the provided bin and ready for pickup by 7:00 a.m.

Additional recyclables may be placed beside bin if contained in a clear plastic bag.

Allowed

  • Cardboard & Paper Bags
  • Paperboard Magazines & Catalogs
  • Junk Mail
  • Phone Books
  • Newspaper
  • Office Paper
  • Steel & Tin Cans
  • Clear Glass
  • Colored Glass
  • Kitchen Cookware
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Plastic Jugs/Bottles
  • Household Plastic (#1 – #7)

Not Allowed

  • Plastic Bags
  • Paper Milk or Juice Cartons
  • Styrofoam Containers/Packing
  • Garbage/Compost Food Waste
  • Propane Tanks
  • Paint Cans
  • Medical Waste/Syringes
  • Flammable Liquids
  • Household Cleaners
  • Chemicals (Dry or Liquid)
  • Wood Items
  • Concrete
  • Electrical Cords/Batteries
  • Garden Hoses
  • Tires

NEW SERVICE – VOLUNTARY ENHANCED RECYCLING PROGRAM

GFL has partnered with Chesterfield Township to offer a free option to its residents who want to purchase 65-gallon wheeled recycling carts.

For more information, call GFL at 844-464-3587.

RECYCLING
Do’s and Dont’s:
Items must be contained within the provided bin and ready for pickup by 7:00 a.m.
Additional recyclables may be placed beside bin if contained in a clear plastic bag.

Allowed

  • Cardboard & Paper Bags
  • Paperboard Magazines & Catalogs
  • Junk Mail
  • Phone Books
  • Newspaper
  • Office Paper
  • Steel & Tin Cans
  • Clear Glass
  • Colored Glass
  • Kitchen Cookware
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Plastic Jugs/Bottles
  • Household Plastic (#1 – #7)

Not Allowed

  • Plastic Bags
  • Paper Milk or Juice Cartons
  • Styrofoam Containers/Packing
  • Garbage/Compost Food Waste
  • Propane Tanks
  • Paint Cans
  • Medical Waste/Syringes
  • Flammable Liquids
  • Household Cleaners
  • Chemicals (Dry or Liquid)
  • Wood Items
  • Concrete
  • Electrical Cords/Batteries
  • Garden Hoses
  • Tires

NEW SERVICE – VOLUNTARY ENHANCED RECYCLING PROGRAM

GFL has partnered with Chesterfield Township to offer a free option to its residents who want to purchase 65-gallon wheeled recycling carts.

For more information, call GFL at 844-464-3587.

HOUSEHOLD SOLID
WASTE
Must be curbside by 7:00 a.m.

Must be curbside by 7:00 a.m. and contained in plastic bags and/or up to 35-gallon plastic or metal containers, with total weight not exceeding 50 pounds.

YARD WASTE

Collection of yard waste runs from Monday, April 3 through early December.

Must be curbside by 7:00 a.m.

Must be contained in up to 35-gallon plastic or metal containers labeled “Yard Waste” weighing no more than 50 pounds, or in biodegradable kraft yard waste bags set out during compost season.

Allowables: Garden waste, leaves, lawn clippings, shrub and tree trimmings. Limbs and branches must be bundled and not exceed four feet in length and a total of 18 inches in diameter, or exceed 60 pounds. Please secure bundles with rope or heavy twine.

Not allowed: Dirt, sod, large stumps, sand, gravel, stone, concrete, animal feces, dead animals.

BULK WASTE

Must be curbside by 7:00 a.m. along with solid waste.

Allowables: include 
appliances, hot water tanks, 
air conditioners, furniture, etc.

Items such as carpet must be rolled up and secured by rope or tape, and not exceed four feet in length or 60 pounds in weight per roll.

Not allowed: We cannot accept vehicles, industrial equipment, sheds, buildings, etc.

Note: For safety’s sake, you are required to remove doors and racks from appliances before setting out. Freon 
also must be extracted.

HOUSEHOLD
SOLID
WASTE

Must be curbside by 7:00 a.m.

Must be curbside by 7:00 a.m. and contained in plastic bags and/or up to 35-gallon plastic or metal containers, with total weight not exceeding 50 pounds.

YARD WASTE

Collection of yard waste runs from April 3 through early December.

Must be curbside by 7:00 a.m.

Must be contained in up to 35-gallon plastic or metal containers labeled “Yard Waste” weighing no more than 50 pounds, or in biodegradable kraft yard waste bags set out during compost season.

Allowables: Garden waste, leaves, lawn clippings, shrub and tree trimmings. Limbs and branches must be bundled and not exceed four feet in length and a total of 18 inches in diameter, or exceed 60 pounds. Please secure bundles with rope or heavy twine.

Not allowed: Dirt, sod, large stumps, sand, gravel, stone, concrete, animal feces, dead animals.

BULK WASTE

Must be curbside by 7:00 a.m. along with solid waste.

Allowables: include 
appliances, hot water tanks, 
air conditioners, furniture, etc.

Items such as carpet must be rolled up and secured by rope or tape, and not exceed four feet in length or 60 pounds in weight per roll.

Not allowed: We cannot accept vehicles, industrial equipment, sheds, buildings, etc.

Note: For safety’s sake, you are required to remove doors and racks from appliances before setting out. Freon 
also must be extracted.

SAFETY FIRST

BROKEN GLASS – must be wrapped in several layers of newspaper and marked “Broken Glass,” then set BESIDE trash bin–never inside.

PORCELAIN PRODUCTS – such as sinks, tubs and toilets can cause serious injury if jagged edges aren’t taped and marked.

LATEX PAINT – must be transformed from liquid to solid by adding kitty litter or sand, then allowed to harden. Lids must be removed. To dispose of oil-based products, consult your municipality for special days they accept hazardous waste.

PAILS, BUCKETS, TUBS – and other receptacles capable of holding rainwater pose a drowning hazard to small children and pets. Place these inside bins, not beside them.

APPLIANCES – must have doors 
and lids removed before placed curbside, as they pose a hazard 
to children, who could become trapped inside. Freon must be extracted.

MEDICAL SHARPS – including syringes with disposable needles or lancets, must be safely enclosed in a puncture-proof container (i.e. coffee can or heavy-duty detergent container) secured with a lid, and labeled “Medical Sharps.”

SHARING THE ROAD – Our drivers and loaders are instructed to be careful and respectful of other moving vehicles. If you observe a problem, please inform us at 844-464-3587.

HAZARDOUS WASTES – are capable of causing a fire or explosion, especially when subjected to the intense pressures placed upon them when squeezed into the rear ends of our trucks. Never place the following in your trash or recycle bin: ammunition, antifreeze, fuel, oil, lacquers or anything considered or labeled dangerous, flammable, combustible, poisonous or corrosive.

Need more info?

Check out our FAQ.

SAFETY FIRST

BROKEN GLASS – must be wrapped in several layers of newspaper and marked “Broken Glass,” then set BESIDE trash bin–never inside.

PORCELAIN PRODUCTS – such as sinks, tubs and toilets can cause serious injury if jagged edges aren’t taped and marked.

LATEX PAINT – must be transformed from liquid to solid by adding kitty litter or sand, then allowed to harden. Lids must be removed. To dispose of oil-based products, consult your municipality for special days they accept hazardous waste.

PAILS, BUCKETS, TUBS – and other receptacles capable of holding rainwater pose a drowning hazard to small children and pets. Place these inside bins, not beside them.

APPLIANCES – must have doors 
and lids removed before placed curbside, as they pose a hazard 
to children, who could become trapped inside. Freon must be extracted.

MEDICAL SHARPS – including syringes with disposable needles or lancets, must be safely enclosed in a puncture-proof container (i.e. coffee can or heavy-duty detergent container) secured with a lid, and labeled “Medical Sharps.”

SHARING THE ROAD – Our drivers and loaders are instructed to be careful and respectful of other moving vehicles. If you observe a problem, please inform us at 844-464-3587.

HAZARDOUS WASTES – are capable of causing a fire or explosion, especially when subjected to the intense pressures placed upon them when squeezed into the rear ends of our trucks. Never place the following in your trash or recycle bin: ammunition, antifreeze, fuel, oil, lacquers or anything considered or labeled dangerous, flammable, combustible, poisonous or corrosive.

Need more info?

Check out our FAQ.

Your municipality may also be helpful when inquiring about service dates, billing and disposal of hazardous waste.  Consider calling or visiting their website for details.

Your municipality may also be helpful when inquiring about service dates, billing and disposal of hazardous waste.  Consider calling or visiting their website for details.

Your municipality may also be helpful when inquiring about service dates, billing and disposal of hazardous waste.  Consider calling or visiting their website for details.