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          Help keep yourself and Recology of the Coast employee owners safe by following the guidance below.    STOP & THINK What goes where? Sorting properly is critical to keeping recyclable or compostable material out of the landfill.  Organic materials and food-soiled papers should go in the compost, while clean cardboard, paper, glass, metal, and plastic […]  Read more
          Our Customer Service office is temporarily closed to the public as a precautionary safety measure for our employees. In following local and statewide public health instructions, we encourage customers to pay their bills using online bill pay, pay by phone, or by mailing in bills. However, if you are unable to mail or submit payments […]  Read more
          Starting January 1, 2021, Recology will no longer accept treated wood waste for disposal. Changes in State law have banned the disposal of treated wood in regular solid waste landfills and will impose significant new requirements on anyone who uses, stores, transports, and disposes of treated wood. If treated wood enters Recology facilities after December […]  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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          Our Waste Zero Team helps businesses apply best management practices in collecting recycling, composting and landfill materials. Find out more

          Electronic Waste

          Electronic waste, such as fluorescent tubes and consumer batteries, are prohibited from the trash. Find out more

          Artist in Residence

          Over 100 professional artists and twenty student artists have completed residencies with Recology’s San Francisco Artist in Residence Program. Find out more