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Trash & Recycling

Residential Services

girl holding recycling containerThe City of Riverside is committed to providing dependable trash service and programs that benefit the City and help residents do their part to keep Riverside clean and beautiful.


Did You Know? The typical American throws away about five pounds of trash a day, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. That adds up to about 200 million tons of American garbage a year!

Important Notice: In September 2016, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 1383 (SB 1383), establishing targets to achieve a 75 percent reduction of the disposal of organic waste in California by 2025. In accordance with this law, all multi-family complexes and businesses in the City of Riverside are required to subscribe to a recycling and organics recycling collection service with their hauler by July 1, 2022. This will help divert organic materials from landfills, including both food waste and other green waste, such as yard trimmings.

 

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