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Recycle, Compost or Garbage?

You want to do the right thing for the environment, but it’s hard to keep up with what material goes in what container.


Don’t worry, Joe is here to help you sort it out!

HOLIDAY CALENDAR

The only days we we do not offer service are Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

DOCUMENT SHREDDING

We provide business and residential confidential document shredding services.

PAY YOUR BILL

We make it easy to pay your bill! You may pay your bill: online, by phone or mail. 

Our story begins in 1920

It was on the streets of San Francisco where an Italian immigrant and self-proclaimed scavenger began collecting garbage in a burlap sack.

Plastic Container Recycling

Why Is Plastic Recycling So Difficult?

Why is it so difficult to recycle plastic? Well, it’s complicated. From chemical composition to consumer behavior, there’s a lot to it. We encourage you to read this article on Waste360 to learn more about what makes recycling plastics a

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Winter 2019 MSS Newsletter

The Winter/Holiday 2019 Marin Sanitary Service newsletter is out and should be arriving in your mailbox. Be sure to check it out to learn about holiday waste best practices, our holiday schedule, and tree pickup information. Read the Winter 2019

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California Bill Incentivizes Dual Stream Recycling

With the signing of Assembly Bill No. 815, California Governor Gavin Newsom has added another layer of accountability on cities, counties and regional agencies in the state’s quest to divert from disposal 50% of all solid waste through source reduction, recycling,

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No! Parody Recycling Video

No! (That Isn’t Recyclable) Music Video

What happens when you mix recycling education with a Maghan-Trainor-inspired song and a dash of silly? This parody video! Made by our friends at Sustainable Tucson about wishful recycling, both the message — and the delivery — made us smile.

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