Volunteers across state will be out in full force as the Michigan Department of Transportation kicks off its annual “Adopt-A-Highway” cleanup project.
Spring cleaning begins Saturday for highway roadsides in metro Detroit.
Twice per week, Hedgies, tends to the needs of E. Jefferson between Conner and Alter, including things like weed abatement, trash removal, power washing, graffiti maintenance and mowing of lawns.
The City of Detroit is in the middle of its annual cleanup and beautification effort, Motor City Makeover.
A report says trash that washed up on Lake Michigan beaches in West Michigan in 2008 and 2010 likely came from Milwaukee sewer overflows.
A group of U.S. lawmakers is telling Canada: We like your people, but we don’t want your trash.
Senator Debbie Stabenow is introducing legislation aimed at stopping private Canadian waste from coming into Michigan.
The Texas-based company that owns the Pine Tree Acres landfill in Michigan is moving forward with a $30 million project to convert methane gas from decomposing trash into electricity to power nearly 20,000 homes.
More than 3,000 groups collected 80,000 bags of trash and saved taxpayers more than $1.5 million in cleanup costs.
Garbage washing up on Lake Michigan beaches has some in western Michigan wondering if it’s a return to the summer of 2008, when Wisconsin trash rolled in.