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Residential Recycling Pickup Schedule
Is it a Container Cart week or Paper Cart week?
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Treated Wood Waste Disposal
As of January 1, 2021, waste haulers in Marin County cannot accept treated wood waste at their facilities, in their debris boxes, or garbage, recycling, or composting bins as treated wood is now considered hazardous waste.
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Collection Services

Residential

Collection service for residential dwellings.

Apartment

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

Commercial

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

Rentals

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 a Porta Potty?

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.

COVID-19 Updates

We are working as usual!

The health and well-being of our employees, customers and community is a priority for Mill Valley Refuse Service during these challenging times. Please read our tips and service reminders.

News & Events

Ways to Cut Down Food Waste

12 Ways to Cut Down on Food Waste

If you’re like us, you’re cooking a lot more at home these days and you’re probably producing more food waste as a result. Before you put that leftover food in your green Compost Cart, consider these suggestions from EcoWatch to

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Zero Waste Marin Reuse Article

In 2021, Re-Solve to Re-Home

You sort and recycle, compost your food scraps and avoid plastic bags. That’s great! Moving to zero waste also means making sure that the stuff you no longer want gets used by someone else, and that we all buy less

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