Holland residents can dispose of items that are too large or not accepted curbside through Project Pride. Residents may request up to two coupons per year, each valid for a free, one-time disposal of miscellaneous items weighing less than half a ton.
Residents must be enrolled in the City’s Residential Refuse & Recycling Program, and any refuse accounts (including yard waste) must be paid up to date. For eligibility questions, please call 616-355-1330.
Project Pride drop-off materials may not include hazardous waste or chemicals, propane tanks, motor oil, tires, TVs, computers, or commercial debris. For more information on disposing of hazardous materials, visit recycleholland.com/location-finder or the Ottawa County Health Department’s Household Hazardous Waste page. While most items are free, some extra-large items including boats, hot tubs, out-buildings, pianos, and sheds require an additional processing fee. Likewise, drop-offs weighing over half a ton may be subject to an additional disposal fee.
Project Pride Coupons are available by request at City Hall or by contacting the Holland Community & Neighborhood Services Department. Please call 616-355-1330 or email email@example.com with your address and preference for either a digital or printed coupon. Coupons must be used within 15 days of issue. Please note that you must bring a printed coupon with you to the drop-off site at Republic Services / Westshore Recycle between Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. or the first Saturday of each month from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.