Residential Cleanup Program - Recology Vacaville Solano
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Residential Cleanup Program

Accepted Bulky Items:

  • Appliances
  • Electronics
  • Mattresses
  • Furniture
  • Metal Items, including scrap metal
  • Textiles
  • Carpet & padding
  • Small and large loose items (up to 2 cubic yards of small items should be boxed or bagged)

Residential Cleanup Program (RCP)

For large items that don’t fit in your bins, like old furniture, appliances, or mattresses, schedule an RCP pickup (available to our residential customers in the City of Vacaville and unincorporated Solano County).

We do not accept hazardous waste, construction and demolition debris, and auto parts. Please give us a call for more information.

Residential customers are provided with a single annual curbside collection of one of the following: 2 bulky items, 2 cubic yards of bagged material, or 3 e-waste items. A mattress and box spring set count as one bulky item.

The bagged materials must not be larger than 32-gallon bags and must not weigh more than 25 pounds when full.

Schedule a pickup at least one day before your regular collection day and then place your items at the curb next to your gray cart. Write the letters RCP on a piece of paper and attach it to one of your items.

Commercial customers can schedule bulky item collections for a fee. Businesses may utilize this service on a daily basis or as needed. Give us a call to receive free estimates.

Schedule Residential Curbside Pickup

Landfill Pass

Residential customers receive one landfill pass in January of each year. The pass allows customers to self-haul a single load of up to two yards or 1,000 pounds of materials to the Recology Hay Road Landfill without charge. E-waste and recyclable materials should not be included in the materials. E-Bill customers please contact our office to request your annual landfill pass 707.448.2945


If it’s possible that some of your items, such as sofas and tables, could find a new life, please consider donating to one of the many non-profits in Solano County. Not only will you be helping divert items from the landfill – you will also be helping a great organization!