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We verify SF recycling becomes new products

In the course of one year, Recology sends materials collected from San Francisco’s curbside recycling program to 25 mills, foundries, and manufacturing plants.

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New Payment Processing Site For Recology Customers

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.

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Virtual Learning Opportunities

Interested in learning more about what goes where?  Recology offers entertaining and engaging presentations on recycling, composting, and zero waste practices. Sign up for our virtual presentation to see how to properly sort your recyclables, compostables, and find out what little belongs in the trash bin. Join us from the comfort of your own home […]

More from Recology San Francisco

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Artist in Residence Program

Since 1990, over 100 professional artists and twenty student artists have completed residencies in San Francisco. The studio is located at Recology San Francisco, a 47-acre facility that is also home to a three-acre sculpture garden containing work by former artists-in-residence.

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Environmental Learning Center

Learn more about resource recovery and landfill diversion at the Environmental Learning Center (ELC). At the ELC you can take a tour, host a field trip, check out recycled art pieces, and meet our staff.

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RecologySF Newsletter

Check out the latest customer newsletter. Learn more about upcoming collection calendars, what goes where, and how you can help our City achieve zero waste.