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So that Recology employees may enjoy the holidays with their families, we do not provide service on Thursday, November 25th, and if your service day falls on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday of that week it will be moved to the next day. If you are a Saturday, December 25th or Saturday, January 1st customer, your […]  Read more
Recology Ashland offers compostable bags for your leaves. Call 541.482.1471 to make your payment by phone and arrange pickup. Inquiries may also be directed to customerservice103@recology.com. The biodegradable bags are $14.50 for a set of five bags, which include free curbside pickup. Each bag is nearly three feet tall and can hold up to 35 […]  Read more
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 […]  Read more
Help keep yourself and Recology Ashland employee owners safe by following the guidance below.    STOP & THINK What goes where? Sorting properly is critical to keeping recyclable material out of the landfill.  Yard debris should go in your green cart, while cardboard, paper, metal, and plastic containers should go in the recycling cart.  Glass […]  Read more
Recology Customers: We are pleased to announce that our payment processing site has been upgraded, incorporating an improved design and enhanced user experience. It is easier than ever to make a payment electronically and review subscribed services. Click here to learn more about the updates to our processing site.  Read more

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Do You Have Bulky Items?

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

Green Debris Collection

Green debris carts may be used for lawn clippings, plant trimmings, leaves, and other plant materials (if it grows, it goes). Find out more

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! Find out more