News & Events
China Tightens Recycling Import Rules (National Sword)
What is National Sword? In 2017, China enacted “National Sword 2017,” which has disrupted the recycling industry worldwide. Until recently, China has been the largest importer of recycled materials in the world. The National Sword policy makes China’s rules on recycled imports stricter, which includes cleaner bales of paper and plastic. Under the new standard, […] Read more.
New! City of Chico Commercial Franchise
Beginning October 1, 2017, the City of Chico commercial customers will be serviced by Recology Butte Colusa Counties in the northwest, north, northeast, and southeast parts of the city, with Waste Management serving the southwest portion. All residential services will also be provided by Waste Management. Please view the City Council’s agenda report here outlining […] Read more.
Recology Butte Colusa Counties customers are now able to pay their bills over the phone, as well as online, by mail, and in-person. Pay-by-phone is free for customers to use at any time. Call 530-764-2102 to make your payment (please have your account number nearby). We accept, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or we can debit your bank […] Read more.
Attention! Service Delays for Monday, Feb 13th
Recology Butte Colusa Counties will not be operating our trucks/routes and customer service center/phone lines on Monday, February 13th, or until the emergency evacuation is lifted. We are monitoring the situation closely and once we can access our facility in Oroville, we will resume services. Our residential and commercial customers will experience delays in service. […] Read more.
Holiday Tree Recycling
After December 26th, we offer curbside holiday tree collection. Once you’ve removed all the tinsel, lights, decorations and stands from your holiday tree, you can leave the tree next to your residential carts, or at the designated area determined by your property manager (no flocked trees). Please make sure trees are 6 feet and under. […] Read more.
Download the Recology Butte Colusa Counties Newsletter (2017). Learn more about what goes where and see how you can properly dispose of hazardous waste. Read more.