Berkley City Hall
SOCRRA Facility

Plan a visit to SOCRRA's Education Center at the Material Recovery Facility site and see how recyclables are sorted and baled! To arrange a group tour (10 minimum), call Karen Bever at (248) 288-5150 or e-mail her at socrra@socrra.org. Tours are available for school groups, senior citizens, garden clubs, environmental clubs, etc. more information

Parks & Recreation
Life of Recycling

1. You buy it.
2. You use all of it
3. You recycle it.
4. The recycle truck picks it up and brings it to SOCRRA’s recycle center.
5. SOCRRA sorts and bales the material.
6. We send it to a manufacturer for processing.
7. It gets made into something new again.
8. It goes back to the store.
9. And you purchase it again.

This process happens over and over again!!!

 

 

Parks & Recreation
Electronics Event

Huntington Woods hosted an Electronics Event on August 24, 2014.
We received 119 residents from our SOCRRA communities who brought in electronics that were damaged by the flood.
While our facility is closed to the public at this time, we want to thank you for your patience.

 

 

 

Parks & Recreation
Compost

Available at SOCRRA’s Compost Site (1741 School Road, Rochester Hills – Map )
Shovel your own – FREE to residents of SOCRRA communities and Rochester Hills, $5 to residents of all other communities. Loaded by SOCRRA bucket loader - $5 per cubic yard (minimum charge of $15). Contact your city’s Department of Public Works for availability of compost in your community.

 


For businesses, being wasteful can also mean wasting money.  Implementing a recycling program
can help reduce your waste and increase your bottom line.

What businesses recycle with SOCRRA?

Here is the list of cities that will be holding future Electronic Events:

City of Royal Oak DPW 
City of Huntington Woods DPW
October 4th
October 12th