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Wayne County Offering Hazardous Waste Collection Vouchers

Did you know that Wayne County residents now can recycle their household hazardous waste items five days per week at a contractor facility in Livonia? Household Hazardous Waste Collection vouchers must be picked up by Wayne County residents in person. The vouchers are provided by Wayne County Department of Public Services and provide a convenient…
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New Traffic Patterns at RLP

While scale maintenance is performed at Riverview Land Preserve this will be the new traffic pattern until further notice. Two lanes of trucks will go through the scales, converge into one lane, proceed around our administrative building and then go up the hill to deposit.Resident recyclers will use the inside lane to drop off and…
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New Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events

Wayne County will be presenting two additional Household Hazardous Waste Collection events on July 9 at Henry Ford College and October 15 Wayne County Community College in Taylor. Both events are from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. There is also a Household Hazardous Waste Collection event on April 2 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.…
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Get Set For Community Shred Day

The Riverview Land Preserve's next Community Shred Day has been scheduled for Saturday, September 17 from noon to 4 p.m. at 20863 Grange Road in Riverview. This is a free drive-through event and a perfect opportunity to shred confidential paper materials such as receipts, bank statements, medical records and tax documents. All documents will be…
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Look For Special Notice For Riverview Residents

To best serve the needs of the entire community, the City of Riverview is conducting a survey this month to gauge the interests of residents regarding the proposed expansion of the Riverview Land Preserve. The City of Riverview – in conjunction with Riverview Land Preserve (RLP) – has proposed a 45-acre expansion to have capacity…
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Material Disposal is Critical Cost for Small Businesses

Downriver land developers, construction, demolition companies, builders and landscapers focus on keeping costs low before placing project bids. One of the biggest cost factors is disposal of 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…
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Landfill Myths vs. Facts

The myths, concerns and complaints listed below are untrue items mentioned by the public at the recent Wayne County Facility Inclusion Committee (FIC) hearing regarding the Riverview Land Preserve (RLP). It is important to correct these untrue statements and to take an opportunity to clarify and address the concerns and complaints that were mentioned by…
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Riverview Land Preserve Still Your Regional Resource

Above, the Woodhaven Gateway Center added retailers such as Kohls, Lowes, LA Fitness and Buffalo Wild Wings. RLP accepted disposal of construction and demolition debris during the development. 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…
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Spring gas well drilling project

Riverview Land Preserve team members are currently performing the 2021 Spring GCCS gas well drilling project which should be completed in the next 4 - 7 weeks. Intermittent banging noise can be produced from the drill rig making new gas wells throughout the landfill. We hope you can appreciate the short term inconvenience with the…
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Piian System bolsters odor control at RLP

Odor control efforts at Riverview Land Preserve are constantly active and include multiple systems for daily and season-long control of odor issues. The three main systems utilized by RLP include Alternate Daily Cover (dirt, tire chips, wood chips and foam), an Odor Neutralizing Misting System and a Piian System. Alternate Daily Cover is material that…
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