The health and safety of our employees and customers is a top priority at Marin Sanitary Service (MSS). During this time of sheltering in place, MSS will continue to operate as an essential service in our communities. While our drivers will be out in the community, we thank you for your help and patience.
In order to keep our drivers healthy and on the road, you can help by remembering the following guidelines:
Our customer service representatives will continue to answer inquiries from our customers. At this time we have modified customer service hours. We will be available Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm. There will be no customer service available on Saturday. MSS in-person payment centers will be closed while sheltering is in place. Our ability to answer calls will likely be impacted with higher call volumes anticipated. We therefore ask the following:
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!
The Mill Valley Outdoor Art Club will host a free “Talking About Trash” forum on Thursday, Jan. 30 at 1pm. The event features Jennifer Selvig of Marin Sanitary Service and Jim Iavarone of Mill Valley Refuse on the current state
Marin Sanitary Service, Mill Valley Refuse, Bay Cities Refuse, the Tamalpais Community Services District, Recology and San Marin High School volunteers are providing disposal services. This Marin IJ provides helpful information about Christmas tree recycling options in Marin. Read
Please leave us a message at (415) 456-2601 or use the Contact Us form to reach us during our holiday luncheon. We will get back to you promptly.