Western Washtenaw Recycling Authority (WWRA) is a partnership of five municipalities working together to find alternative ways to handle waste and promote recycling. WWRA operates independently of the City of Chelsea and is funded by 2 assessments that appear on the Winter Tax bill. One assessment for paying the bond used to buy the new equipment and the other is an operational assessment.
What can I recycle?
WWRA offers weekly curbside recycling to Chelsea residents and provides convenient drop-off bins throughout our entire service area. REMINDER: We cannot recycle plastic bags. Thank you for your cooperation! Click here to view our complete list of what can be recycled at the WWRA.
News & Updates
The holidays are upon us! And that means more stuff. Please keep in mind we can’t recycle everything (as much as we would like to!) We CAN accept wrapping paper, but not the plasticy/shiny kind. We can take boxes, but please remove any styrofoam inside. Here’s a list of items we CANNOT recycle: -Christmas lights…[READ MORE]
WWRA shares a location with the City of Chelsea Solid Waste Department at 8025 Werkner Road.
Applications are taken on an ongoing basis. For more information, contact the Facility Manager, Marc Williams, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (734) 475-6160.