Provider of recyclables, organics and garbage collection services.
Multi-Family Service

Multi-Family Recyclables & Organics Service

Recycling is now mandatory in Alameda County. Click here for details.

Multi-Family garbage service subscribers receive 96-gallons of recyclables and 96-gallons of organics service once per week for no charge. Service subscribers requiring recyclables and/or organics service above that threshold are charged at the rates listed below. Adequate garbage service is required. Service must be centralized. Less than 96-gallons of recyclables and/or organics service may be requested but the monthly garbage rate will not be discounted.

Please review our Multi-Family Recycling Guide for program details. Contact us to add/change service, request posters, or schedule a recycling opportunity assessment. We have representatives available who will visit your property to make service suggestions.

What belongs in each of your carts/bins?

Click on each cart for a list of materials that belong inside.

Recyclables Cart

Organics Cart

Garbage Cart

 

 

 

 

 

(Rates valid from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018)

Multi-Family customers include any multi-unit residential premises with CENTRALIZED/SHARED collection services.

Additional Recyclables or Organics Collection Cart — Weekly Service

 

Additional On-Call Pick Up Service for Multi-Family Recyclables Cart

 

 

Additional On-Call Pick Up Service for Multi-Family Organics Cart

 

 

Recyclables Collection (Cost per Month per Bin)
Loose Materials
Compacted Materials

 

 

Additional On-Call Pick Up for Recyclables Bin (Cost per Pick Up)
Loose Materials
Compacted Materials

 

 

Organics Collection (Cost per Month per Bin)
Loose Materials
Compacted Materials

 

 

Additional On-Call Pick Up for Organics Bin (Cost per Pick Up)
Loose Materials
Compacted Materials

 

 

Miscellaneous Services

 

Looking for general program information?

Taking on a home construction, demolition or landscaping project?

Need information about Alameda County’s Mandatory Recycling Ordinance?