Bay Cities Refuse—Carrying Our Community to Sustainability
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Garbage, Recycling & Compost Holiday Schedule
We do not operate on Christmas or New Year’s Day. Since both holidays fall on Wednesday this year, our service will operate one day late, Wednesday through Friday, both weeks. Wednesday pick up will be on Thursday, Thursday pick up will be on Friday and Friday on Saturday
Garbage, Recycling & Compost Regular Schedule
Our routes will work all holidays except Christmas and New Year. Depending on what days Christmas and New Years fall, pick up is one day late.
Christmas Tree Recycling
Christmas trees may be placed on the curb for recycling. Small trees (under 4’), may be placed in your green cart. Larger trees may be placed next to cart (at the curb). Please no metal stands, ornaments or flocked trees, OR drop your tree off at the MLK site (off Coloma) in the designated debris box from December 27ththrough January 18th.
FREE Electronic Waste Collection Event (January 2020)
Get rid of old TV’s, cell phones, modems, printers, monitors, laptops, scanners, fax machines, keyboards, remote controls, DVD players and more. . . Look for date with your bill January 1st or in the City of Sausalito’s Current Events enews.
Battery & Bulb Take Back
Batteries and fluorescent bulbs are considered hazardous waste because they contain toxic heavy metals and have corrosive properties. Small quantities of household bulbs and batteries may be dropped off at several participating businesses throughout Marin County:• Waterstreet Hardware318 Caledonia, Sausalito, (415) 332-4318 • Goodman Supply775 Redwood Highway, Mill Valley, (415) 388-6233• Jackson’s Hardware435 Du Bois Street, San Rafael, (415) 454-3740Acceptable Items: Alkaline batteries, silver button batteries, fluorescent tubes of 4 feet in length or less, compact fluorescent bulbs, rechargeable nickel cadmium.