Recology Ashland will be closed on Tuesday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day. Beginning Tuesday, all residential collections will be delayed by one day. Customers with Friday pickups will receive their service on Saturday.
On Sunday, May 7, from 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM, Ashland residents may drop off their ‘green’ yard debris for free at the Valley View Transfer Station in Ashland (3000 N Valley View Road). Accepted materials: leaves, pine needles, small branches, brush, and other ‘green’ yard debris. Prohibited materials: trash, stumps, logs, firewood, and treated […]
SAN FRANCISCO, April 10, 2023 – To celebrate Earth Month, Recology announced that it achieved its goal to power its fleet with more than 90 percent renewable or alternative energy in 2022. “We made a commitment in 2019 to significantly reduce our use of conventional fossil fuels. In hitting this mark, we achieved one of […]
On Saturday, May 13th from 8 AM – 4:30 PM, Recology Ashland will once again sponsor Jackson County’s free Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day. This popular, free-to-residents event will be held at Rogue Transfer & Recycling at 8001 Table Rock Road in White City. Businesses can participate in this event on Friday, May 12th. However, […]
During periods of inclement weather, residential service may be delayed. If drivers are unable to return to your address for service within the same week, we will accept the equivalent of two weeks’ volume of bagged waste on your regular service day in the following week. Please note that even minimal snowfall can pose significant […]
For People and the Planet! On Friday, April 21, Southern Oregon University will host their 2023 Earth Day Extravaganza at The Farm at SOU, 155 Walker Avenue from 3:30 PM – 7PM. There will be exhibitors, live music, an ecoquest adventure, crafts, an electric vehicle showcase, games, and more to celebrate the 53rd Earth Day. […]
State and federal agencies are assisting county and local emergency management agencies with assessing hazards and removing ash, debris and hazardous substances from wildfire impacted areas. It is recommended that you do not disturb ash or debris on your property until after it has been assessed by hazardous materials response professionals. Visit Oregon DEQ’s website […]