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Mid Michigan Recycling
24935 21 Mile Rd, Macomb, MI 48042
Established in 1993, Mid Michigan Recycling is a full-service recycling facility specializing exclusively in woodMore recycling. With several locations throughout Michigan, the facility recycles pallets, chips, tree stumps, logs and brushes. In addition, Mid Michigan Recycling also offers horse bedding recycling and takes part in alternative energy research.  
Batteries Plus
18443 Hall Rd, Macomb, MI 48044
Batteries Plus provides various types and brands of batteries at locations across the country. ThisMore establishment offers batteries for camcorders, motorcycles, cell phones, ATVs, cordless tools and others. Battery recycling services are available. The business also offers extensive services for business customers. 
Matt's Jewelry Brokers
46882 Romeo Plank Rd, Macomb, MI 48044

This jewelry story is one of four owned by this company throughout southeast Michigan. It is located in a strip mallMore on the corner of 21 Mile and Romeo Plank roads. Matt's buys recycled jewelry from customers and pays them the market value for the gold, silver and precious stones by doing an on-the-spot appraisal. It also pays cash for any precious metals it buys from its customers.

This company offers jewelry repairs and ring sizing and even will help host "gold parties," which have become popular during hard economic times.

Cheyenne Elementary School
47600 Heydenreich Rd, Macomb, MI 48044
Cheyenne Elementary School is one of 12 elementary schools in the Chippewa Valley School District. In 2009, the State ofMore Michigan and Macomb County Board of Commissioners named Cheyenne a Michigan Green School in recognition of the school's recycling efforts, energy savings and environmental activities. Each year, Cheyenne staff, students and parents work to actively give back to the community through fundraisers and volunteer opportunities such as the Kiwanis/Student Council Holiday Food Drive, Operation Care Package and St. Jude's Marathon. For seven consecutive years, Cheyenne Elementary has achieved a grade of "A" on the State of Michigan's Annual Report Card and the school's third, fourth and fifth grade students continue to achieve top MEAP results in the district.
Atwood Elementary School
45690 North Ave, Macomb, MI 48042
Atwood Elementary School is one of 10 elementary schools in the L'Anse Creuse School District. In 2009, it was named aMore Michigan Green School and in 2010 its green energy and recycling efforts achieved Evergreen status. In addition to learning core subjects such as math, social studies, science and language arts, Atwood students also receive 50 minutes of Spanish instruction per week, learn basic music theory and participate in weekly physical education. The staff at Atwood works in a Professional Learning Community, which requires educators not only to work and learn collaboratively, but also to visit and review each other's classes and share decision-making. An active parent organization sponsors book fairs, the food pantry, school dances, parent-child events and family movie nights. Outside of the classroom, students can participate in Student Council, Garden Club, Safety Patrol, Science Olympiad, Yearbook Club and numerous other extracurricular activities.
Sequoyah Elementary School
18500 24 Mile Rd, Macomb, MI 48042
Home of the Thunderbirds, Sequoyah Elementary School is one of 12 elementary schools in the Chippewa Valley SchoolMore District. A Michigan Green School, the students and staff at Sequoyah have a strong recycling program and are committed to reducing their carbon footprint. As of November 2010, the school completed the full installation of SmartBoards into its classrooms and teachers consistently work to use the latest technology in their lessons. Accredited by the North Central Association, Sequoyah has committed to help students improve their math, reading and comprehension and writing skills across the curriculum in coming years. Each year, the school hosts a book fair and Santa Shop, at which students can purchase new reading material and gifts for family and friends, respectively. Students learn core subjects such as math, science, social studies and language arts as well as specials such as music, art and physical education. An active PTO and various student clubs and extracurricular activities are also available for students and parents.