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Commercial Services

Commercial Services

City Of Chico (and surrounding urban area):

Garbage, Recology Butte Colusa Counties Commercial Servicecardboard, mixed recycling, green waste, compost and debris box service is available to businesses in Chico. Specialized recycling programs based on customers' needs are also available.

For more information on our commercial services please, contact us.

 

City of Colusa:

Recology Butte Colusa Counties is the sole provider of garbage, recycling and debris box service for businesses in the City of Colusa. 

For more information on our commercial services, please contact us.

 

City Of Oroville:

Recology Butte Colusa Counties is the sole provider of garbage, recycling, compost and debris box service for businesses in the City of Oroville. We also set up specialized recycling programs based on the customers' needs.

For more information on our commercial services, please contact us.

 

City Of Williams:

Recology Butte Colusa Counties is the sole provider of garbage, recycling and debris box service for businesses in the City of Williams. 

For more information on our commercial services, please contact us.

 

Butte County (including Durham, Dayton, Magalia & Sterling City):

Garbage, Recology Butte Colusa Counties Commercial Servicecardboard, mixed recycling, green waste, and debris box service is available to businesses in Butte County. Specialized recycling programs based on customers' needs are also available.

For more information on our commercial services, please contact us.

 

Colusa County (including Arbuckle, Maxwell & Princeton):

Recology Butte Colusa Counties is the sole provider of garbage, recycling and debris box service for businesses in Colusa County. 

For more information on our commercial services, please contact contact us.

California Assembly Bill 341

California Assembly Bill 341 California state law mandates recycling for all businesses that generate more than four cubic yards of solid waste per week and multifamily dwellings of five units or more. 

Mandatory Commercial Recycling

Mandatory Commercial Recycling was among the first measures identified and adopted in the AB 32 Scoping Plan by the California Air Resources Board pursuant to the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006. The Mandatory Commercial Recycling Measure focuses on increased commercial waste diversion from landfills as a method to reduce GHG emissions. It is designed to achieve a reduction in GHG emissions of 5 million metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalents in the State.

A business (including public entities) that generates four cubic yards, or more, of commercial solid waste per week, or is a multifamily residential dwelling of five units or more, shall arrange for recycling services by July 1, 2012. Businesses can take one, or any combination of, the following in order to reduce, reuse, recycle, compost or otherwise divert solid waste from disposal:

  • Self-haul.
  • Subscribe to a hauler.
  • Arrange for the pickup of recyclable materials.

A property owner of a commercial business or multifamily residential dwelling may require tenants to source separate their recyclable materials to aid in compliance with this section. Recology advises businesses to contact their hauler to find out how to recycle in their community and if there are any specific requirements in their community. Communities may have mandatory commercial recycling ordinances with different thresholds or more specific business recycling requirements than the state law.