For more information, visit our Multifamily Recycling page.
For more information, visit our Commercial Recycling page.
These local organizations are making a real difference in our community. They offer a wealth of information and opportunities to get involved!
|Clean Mill Valley||Marin Clean Highways|
|Gallinas Watershed||Watershed Alliance|
|Mill Valley StreamKeepers||Marin Conservation League|
|Downtown Streets Team||San Rafael Clean|
|Marin County Parks (includes MC Open Space)||Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program|
|Zero Waste Marin||One Tam|
|Marin Environmental Forum|
The Berkeley Ecology Center– Provides reliable information, tools, hands-on training, referrals, strategies, infrastructure, and models for sustainable living.
California Product Stewardship Council– Involves consumers, government agencies and product manufacturers sharing the responsibility of reducing the impact of product waste on our environment.
Californians Against Waste– Dedicated to conserving resources, preventing pollution and protecting California’s environment through the development, promotion and implementation of waste reduction and recycling policies and programs.
CalRecycle– Promotes a zero waste California in partnership with local government, industry, and the public.
Green Sangha– Dedicated to restoring our sense of oneness—healing our communities and the earth through mindful practice and awakened action.
Earth911– Helps consumers find local recycling information through the largest and most accurate recycling directory in the U.S.
Daily Green– Helps consumers live a “greener” more sustainable life.
INFORM– A great site with short videos that show people how to live sustainability.
Lighting Recycling Guide– A great resource for recycling all types of light bulbs.
Green Guide for Old Clothes– A site for anyone looking for information on how to sell, donate or recycle old clothes responsibly.
Oberk– Interesting information about how plastic bottles are recycled as well as general information about plastics recycling.
All One Ocean– Get involved and participate in a beach clean up.
Save the Bay– An organization dedicated to working with scientists and policymakers to protect the Bay, an essential natural resource to our environment, economy, and quality of life.
Use our online tool to look up
whether an item should be recycled, composted, or sent to landfill.
We offer lots of resources to help you and your tenants be successful recyclers and composters.