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Riverview Land Preserve serves as a regional resource

The Riverview Land Preserve has transformed itself from a ski resort in the early 1960s, into today’s regional resource for Southeast Michigan. For 52 years, RLP has been used by thousands of residents, contractors, developers, trash haulers, local businesses and employees who work and serve in many industries and communities. 

In times of crisis, the Riverview Land Preserve has provided emergency disposal services for surrounding cities. During major floods and storm events or closure of commercial/industrial buildings, RLP has expanded hours of operations or discounted disposal rates to help. Riverview Land Preserve has also been a partner in new infrastructure and business developments across many of our downriver communities.   

Material Disposal Cost Factors

Land developers, construction, demolition and excavating companies and builders focus on keeping costs low before placing project bids. One of the biggest cost factors is disposal of materials (excavating soils, construction, demolition and road construction waste materials), all which require a final destination - a landfill.  

Disposal costs also play an intricate role in the economics of a project. When creating a budget for a project, disposal costs determine the length of time for project completion and how quick phases of a project can be completed.

Since 1968, RLP has transformed itself into a regional resource by providing disposal support services for more than 16 downriver communities. Believe it or not, you or your community have used the RLP at some time in the past 52 years.  

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