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We are working! Please continue to put out your garbage, recycling and compost carts as usual. Read more about our current services here.

Collection Services


Secure and portable storage container rentals for job sites or temporary home storage.


Collection service for apartments or multifamily dwellings with four or more units.


Collection service for businesses, schools, organizations, and government agencies.


Debris Boxes

Rent debris boxes (dumpsters) for demolition, construction, and home cleanup projects.

Storage Containers

Secure and portable storage container rentals for job sites or temporary home storage.

Portable Toilets

Rent porta potties for events or construction sites in Marin and the greater Bay Area.

What Goes Where Tool

What Goes Where?

Not sure how to properly dispose of something? Search our What Goes Where tool to find out if material can be reused, recycled, composted, or disposed of in your trash.

Need Porta Potties for an Event?

We offer a variety of portable toilets or “porta potty” rentals for Marin County, San Francisco, and beyond.

Contamination Notices

Did you get a contamination notice because you put the wrong material in your recycling cart?

Dual Stream Recycling Pickup Schedule

Is it a container or paper recycling week? View our residential alternating week recycling pickup schedule.

Why Recycling Right Matters

Good intentions are wasted when the wrong materials are
put in your recyling and compost carts.

News & Events

Service Update Post

Service as Usual Announcement 3/23/20

Important Service Announcement from MVRS Please see below for important service information for Mill Valley Refuse Service customers. This information was also emailed to our residential customers on March 23, 2020. Click here to view a PDF version of that

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Compost SB 1383

SB 1383: A Revolution For Organic Waste

In September 2016, Governor Brown signed into law SB 1383 (Lara, Chapter 395, Statutes of 2016), establishing methane emissions reduction targets in a statewide effort to reduce emissions of short-lived climate pollutants in various sectors of California’s economy. The new law

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Zero Waste Marin School in Action

Marin’s Zero Waste Schools

Marin’s Zero Waste Schools Life lessons, savings, and less to the landfill Twenty-nine of Marin’s 49 public K-12 schools are enrolled in the Zero Waste Schools Program, and more are coming on board every year. At these schools, students and

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