CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION DEBRIS
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality requires the Astoria Transfer Station to screen for, and prevent the acceptance of asbestos. To meet this standard, Recology may require an asbestos survey from an accredited inspector or laboratory testing indicating the material doesn’t contain asbestos from loads containing construction, remodeling or demolition debris. Any items containing asbestos cannot be accepted.
- Electronic Waste Drop OffElectronic Waste & Universal Waste Drop Off
Electronic and universal waste, such as consumer batteries, cell phones, and TVs are prohibited from the trash and recycling carts because they contain poisonous heavy metals such as lead, mercury, and cadmium that can pollute groundwater and pose harmful effects to public health. Please drop off these items at this facility for safe disposal.
- Transfer StationTransfer Station
Our transfer stations serve as public drop-off locations for materials to be hauled and processed at nearby compost or recycling facilities. Depending on the facility, items may be sorted and then taken to their respective processing facilities based on material type.
Transfer stations typically accept all sorts of recyclable materials. Please see the accepted items list or check with us before visiting to ensure acceptance of certain wastes.
- Yard Debris Drop OffYard Debris Drop Off
This facility accepts yard debris for drop off and composting. Yard debris may consist of leaves, branches, twigs, soils, or plants.
- Recycling CenterRecycling Center
Drop off recyclable materials for proper disposal at this location. We'll make sure that it gets recycled instead of heading to landfill.
|Recyclables (No Charge):
We Cannot Accept the Following Items:
No charge (included in service rate) for customers from within the city limits of Astoria, Gearhart, Cannon Beach, or Warrenton (City of Warrenton garbage service customers). All others pay $12.50 per yard.
To keep your visit quick and easy, please display the window sticker you received in the mail in your vehicle windshield when dropping off yard debris.