Wondering what goes where? Check out the sorting guides and posters or visit WhatBin.
Leaves, grass clippings, branches, and weeds can go in your green organics bin. Recology now accepts food scraps like banana peels and chicken bones and food-soiled paper in your green bin!
Paper, cardboard, glass bottles, aluminum/tin cans, and hard plastics (no plastic bags or thin-film plastics) can go in your blue bin.
What is trash? Not much! Thin plastics (bags and saran wrap), cat litter, ceramics, and broken glass to name a few.
Please place containers at the curb by 5:00 am on your service day or the night before. Do not place materials on top or next to your containers. You may dispose of occasional excess garbage by calling our office at least a day before your service day – fees apply, or by scheduling a Bulky Item Pickup.
Drop off materials and learn more about disposal rates at the:
Our Waste Zero Team helps businesses apply best management practices in collecting recycling, compost, and landfill materials. We provide a single point of contact to help you implement new recycling programs or improve your existing program and make sure you have the resources you need.
Bins are available in a variety of sizes. The most common-sized bins are listed below for garbage and recycling. However, based on weight limits its recommended compost bins are no larger than 3 cubic yards.
*Container dimensions may vary. Not all bin sizes are available with wheels.