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Riverview Land Preserve is an important resource to our neighboring communities and the community at large. Annually, the landfill generates millions of dollars in fees to support Wayne County recycling programs and local enrichment programs.

RLP is an educational resource for school districts, universities and civic groups. We are proud of the fact that our facility serves as a classroom. School fieldtrips, STEM projects, visits from local Boy Scout Troops, and more help our youth learn first-hand about the importance of recycling at home and the role of landfills when it comes to managing waste.

RLP operates with transparency to the community. RLP staff meets regularly with city, business and community leaders, and regularly shares Local Enforcement Agency findings to the community.

Put simply: We are proud of our role in the Downriver community, and we look forward to deepening relationships and supporting local community initiatives.

SCHEDULE A TOUR

Tours are available on a limited basis to residents as well as community, civic and academic organizations. To request a tour, contact us here or call Jeff Kugelman, 734-281-4263, x5928.

RLP Community Shred Day a Success

Over 1,000 boxes of confidential paper materials were processed duringthe Riverview Land Preserve’s Community Shred Day event. Nearly 300 downriver residents took part in Riverview Land Preserve’s recent Community Shred Day at our Grange Road facility. All documents were securely shredded on site. The free drive-through event was a perfect opportunity to shred confidential paper…
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Golfers Improve Game at Riverview Land Preserve Practice Facility

Area golfers who want to tune their game before taking on the Riverview Highlands Golf Course can work out on the adjacent practice facility located on the eastern edge of the Riverview Land Preserve. The practice facility is located on the old footprint of Riverview’s ski and sledding areas, which were phased out in the…
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Local Girl Scout Troop Tours Riverview Land Preserve

Trenton Anderson Girl Scouts Troop #75916 toured the Riverview Land Preserve and enjoyed a unique and up-close experience while learning about recycling and managing waste. Hands-on Learning About The Importance of Community Recycling Scouts from Trenton Anderson Girl Scouts Troop #75916, got an up-close and personal tour of Riverview Land Preserve in July. RLP’s Jeff…
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Important Notice: Upcoming Land Preserve Improvements

The Riverview Land Preserve (RLP) will continue its next phase of improvements beginning Monday July 20, 2020.  For the next six weeks you may notice our team boring additional wells and installing collection pipes at the landfill through early September. During this scheduled project, please be patient as there may be some additional noise from…
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Coming Up: Community Shred Day at RLP

The Riverview Land Preserve's Community Shred Day has been rescheduled for Saturday, September 19 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 securely…
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Renewable Natural Gas Produced Daily at Riverview Land Preserve

Refuse is collected daily at Riverview Land Preserve (RLP); BUT … did you know that Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) is produced every day at the facility as well? RNG is a carbon-neutral fuel that reduces harmful emissions and provides a renewable source of energy. Landfill waste can be put to work by converting it to…
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Important COVID-19 Response Update – Issued April 29, 2020

On March 23, 2020, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order (EO 2020-21), directing all Michigan businesses and operations to temporarily suspend in-person operations that are not necessary to sustain or protect life.  This Executive Order was extended to May 15, 2020. During this challenging time, we continue to deliver essential…
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Recycling Raccoons say Know It Before You Throw It

The Michigan Department of Environment Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) has deployed the Recycling Raccoon Squad to help Michigan recycle better, smarter, more efficiently and more adorably. In fact, the Recycling Raccoon Squad is hoping to help Michigan reclaim its title as the greatest recycling state in the entire country. (It’s true, Michigan used to…
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