Local Waste Haulers

The Lenawee County Solid Waste Department does not provide waste hauling services.

Some local municipalities such as Adrian, Adrian Charter Twp, Blissfield, Clinton, Hudson, Morenci, and Tecumseh may have curbside programs; please contact them directly for more information. 

YOUR City, Village, or Township may also hold special community collection events for yard waste, scrap metal, tires, and all-trash pick-ups.  Here is a list of Cities, Villages & Townships 

The following licensed waste haulers provide service in Lenawee County.  Please contact them directly for service areas, options, prices, etc.:   

Archbold Refuse Service (ARS)


Republic Services


Stevens Disposal & Recycling Services Inc.

LRS (formerly Modern Waste)


Waste Management




Dumpster, open top roll-offs, solid waste hauling service providers

Hauling Anything, Inc.


Trash Monster, LLC

Waste Hauler License: No commercial hauler shall collect solid waste or recyclables within Lenawee County without a valid, annual license issued by the Lenawee County Solid Waste Department.  Commercial haulers engaged solely in the business of hauling demolition debris or recyclable materials are exempt.   

Temporary License: The Solid Waste Department shall also issue temporary licenses which shall not exceed 60 days in duration.  A temporary license may be obtained at the Lenawee County Solid Waste Department between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by written notification at least five (5) working days prior to operation.  Applicants for temporary licenses should include the following:

  1. Company Name and Address
  2. Telephone Number – Including Area Code
  3. A Description of the Project Requiring the Licensing
  4. The Approximate Length of the Project
  5. Submit the Required License Fee

Criteria for the issuance or renewal of a hauling license shall include:

  1. Use of Licensed Vehicles Approved as Appropriate for transporting waste
  2. Timely and Accurate submission of collection and disposal data
  3. Transportation and Disposal Activities that are in Compliance with Act 641, the Lenawee County Solid Waste Management Plan, and this Ordinance.

Vehicle Identification:  Each Approved Vehicle must display the name of the hauler on the side of the vehicle.

Vehicle Inspection:  The enforcing authority may inspect vehicles to ensure compliance with the Lenawee County Solid Waste Plan or this Ordinance, and may revoke approval of a vehicle.  The enforcing authority shall give a ten (10) day notice to the vehicle owner explaining the violation and the appeal process.  The revocation of vehicle approval may be appealed to the enforcing authority if a written appeal is submitted within ten (10) days of the notification.

Appeals:  A hauler may appeal a license denial or revocation by filing an appeal with the designated agency.

The Solid Waste Ordinance in its entirety (pdf) 

Waste Hauler Application (pdf)

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 Waste Hauler Monthly Report (pdf)