Mandatory Commercial Recycling

Apartment Recycling

 

Why recycle?

State law now requires that apartment communities/multi-family housing with 5 or more units must recycle.

Recycling may provide opportunities to save money. Recycling helps conserve resources and also helps create a healthy environment for our community and future generations.
Many apartment residents are requesting recycling.
Providing recycling helps promote your community as environmentally friendly and may help fill vacancies.

How to get started?

It’s easy to recycle.

Make sure residents separate recyclable items from trash inside their home.
Tell residents they must place recyclable items in outside recycling containers for collection.
Make sure residents know where outside recycling containers are located.

Note: Any business or individual may donate, sell and/or otherwise arrange for the pickup of recyclable materials.

 

Business Recycling

 

Why recycle?

State law now requires all businesses that generate 4 or more cubic yards of waste weekly to recycle.

Recycling may provide opportunities for your business to save money.
Recycling helps conserve resources and extends the life of California’s landfills.
It also helps create a healthy environment for our community and future generations.

How to get started

It’s easy to recycle at your business.

Make sure your business has arranged for recycling services
 Separate recyclable items from trash inside your business.
Place your recyclable items in external recycling containers for collection.

Note: Any business or individual may donate, sell and/or otherwise arrange for the pickup of recyclable materials.

Click your hauler's link below for recycling infomation:

Waste Management
Miramonte Sanitation
South Tulare Richgrove Refuse
Mid Valley Disposal
Tule Trash
Pena's Disposal

For more information, please contact Tulare County Solid Waste at 559-624-7195 or visit the CalRecycle Mandatory Commercial Recycling Page