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Recology-SOU Student Artist Partnership Work on Display! Image
Recology-SOU Student Artist Partnership Work on Display!

Recology Ashland is thrilled to announce the artwork created through its innovative partnership with Southern Oregon University is now on display through mid-August. In 2023, Recology partnered with SOU student artists to raise public awareness of environmental needs such as source reduction of waste, recycling, and resource conservation. The current installation marks the second year […]

2024 Hazardous Waste Drop-Off: 5/4 and 6/8 Image
2024 Hazardous Waste Drop-Off: 5/4 and 6/8

On Saturday, May 4th 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 3rd. However, […]

The Truth About Recycling: 7 questions with the Recology Head of Sustainability Image
The Truth About Recycling: 7 questions with the Recology Head of Sustainability

In honor of this year’s Earth Month theme: “Planet vs. Plastics”, Julia Mangin, Head of Sustainability at Recology, recently sat down for a Q&A to dispel some of the myths around recycling, discuss the complexities around the recycling process, and explain the importance of contributing to the circular economy. Read on for Julia’s answers to […]

More from Recology Ashland

Do You Have Bulky Items? Image
Do You Have Bulky Items?

Visit the Valley View Transfer Station to drop off items that cannot be donated, such as refrigerators and sofas.

Have Hazardous Waste? Image
Have Hazardous Waste?

Items such as electronics, fluorescent bulbs and tubes, paints, pesticides, cleaning products, old medications, and other chemicals are illegal to put in the garbage or pour down a drain or gutter because they contaminate our soil, drinking water, and air.

What To Do With EWaste? Image
What To Do With EWaste?

Electronic and universal waste, such as fluorescent tubes, should not be placed in your garbage cart. See where you can drop them off!