Bay Cities Refuse—Carrying Our Community to Sustainability
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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.
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) 454-3740
Acceptable Items: Alkaline batteries, silver button batteries, fluorescent tubes of 4 feet in length or less, compact fluorescent bulbs, rechargeable nickel cadmium.
Cleanup Date- October 17-21 on your regular day.
The week of October 17-21 on your regular day.
• Please place material in front of your home by 6:00am (Place curbside nearest to the center of your property).
• WAIT THERE IS A LIMIT: 1 Cubic Yard per Household (equal to seven 32-gal plastic bags) Place all general waste in plastic
bags or boxes or cans. NO LOOSE ITEMS!
• Any larger items SUCH AS furniture, mattress’ etc. CAN be collected for an additional fee. YOU MUST CALL OUR OFFICE
ahead of time to schedule this 415-332-3646.
• NO Hazardous waste, rocks, dirt, cement, wood, ashes, heavy metal, paint, green-waste or similar material will be
• Any items that may damage the packing mechanism of the trucks will not be collected.
FREE E-Waste Recycling in Sausalito
- Saturday, September 17, 2022
- Time: 9:00 am to 2:00pm
- 28 Libertyship Way, Sausalito, CA, look for signs directing you!
Why Should E-Waste Be Recycled?
Electronic devices contain a variety of materials, including metals that can be recovered for recycling. Electronic devices contain high enough levels of certain materials, such as lead, that render them hazardous waste when disposed. Hazardous wastes CANNOT be disposed of in the garbage.