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2022 Sustainability Update

Recology is proud to announce the release of our 2022 Sustainability Update. Learn about our advancements in resource recovery, how we’re expanding the use of renewable fuels and carbon-free electricity, and the strides we’ve made to foster a more equitable, inclusive, and transparent workplace.

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Treated Wood Waste Update – Updated Jan. 2022

On August 31, 2021, Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill 332 which takes effect immediately.  AB332 adopts new Alternative Management Standards (AMS) for treated wood waste.  As a result of the new bill, all treated wood waste variances issued by DTSC since March 2021 are now inoperative.  The variances are no longer necessary because they have […]

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COVID 19 Update: Customer Service & Buy Back Centers

Please be advised: Our Customer Service Office located at 12305 Shale Ridge Road is closed until further notice to ensure the safety of our employees and the public. Our Buyback Facility located at the same location is closed indefinitely.   Customer Service & Bill Pay Our Customer Service center is still open and taking customer […]

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Commercial Services

Our Waste Zero Team helps businesses apply best management practices in collecting recycling, composting, and landfill materials. Our team will help "right-size" your business needs.

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Electronic Waste

Wondering what to do with e-waste? The State of CA has prohibited electronic waste, such as fluorescent tubes and consumer batteries, from the trash or landfill. Learn where to safely dispose of them.

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Waste Zero Legislation

We work closely with CA legislators to ensure that our shared sustainability goals are made possible. See how AB 1826 will help communities divert more recyclables from landfills.