The City of Napa Materials Diversion Division (aka Recycling Division) is responsible for the work to meet the City's Disposal Reduction Policy and the State of California's mutual goal of diverting at least 75% of waste away from landfill by the year 2020. The Materials Diversion Division also administers the recycling and solid waste collection contract.
Information on Changes to 2015 and 2016 Rates for the Collection of Solid Waste, Recyclable Materials, Yardwaste and Food Scraps in the City of Napa
Napa County Recycling Guide
Check out the 22-page recycling guide in your phone book yellow pages for complete details about our programs, or click on the following link:
Click on the links below for specific program information:
Construction and Demolition Debris Recycling
Napa Recycling & Composting Facility - Credit Application
Enclosure Standards & Guidelines
For service related questions, please call Napa Recycling & Waste Services at 255-5200 or visit their website at www.naparecycling.com.
FREE Waste Assessments
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FREE Interior Bins
Do you need a better way to get the recycling from your office, classroom, or apartment to the bins outside? The City of Napa offers free interior recycling equipment for schools, businesses and multi-family complexes. Order your bin here.
Look for recycling containers at fairs, concerts or other public events!
Holding an event? Resources are available to help you.
Call NRWS at 255-5200 before the event. They will help you select the right recycling and trash containers for your needs and provide guidelines for successful event recycling. State and County policies require recycling at large events. Plus, recycling will save you money because there is no charge for recycling at large events (south county and north county free services vary)…while there is always a charge for trash collection.
• Include recycling from the start of the event planning process.
• Always place recycling containers alongside trash containers.
• Proper signage on all containers is key.
• Work with cleanup staff to monitor containers throughout event
Learn more: Guide to Recycling at Special Events
Curious about what happens to your recyclables and yardwaste after you put them in your curbside carts? View our brief video below:
The Environmental Education Coalition of Napa County connects teachers with local agencies, nonprofits, and businesses that provide local environmental education opportunities. With field trips, guest speakers, and service projects, these organizations hope to make it easy for you to take advantage of our wonderful local resources. Visit www.napaenvironmentaled.org to learn more.
Teachers and youth group leaders should also visit the CREEC web site to find additional environmental education opportunities.
Learn to reduce and eliminate yardwaste and turn it into wonderfully rich, free compost for your garden. Discover the basics of backyard composting, composting with worms and grasscycling. Become familiar with tools, types of bins and the ins and outs of recycling yardwaste, garden waste, and even some food scraps. Learn about GRASSCYCLING . Grass clippings release valuable nutrients back into the soil.
SIGN UP FOR A FREE WORKSHOP by clicking here. Workshops offered every year from March to October. Please check your February garbage bill for registration form.
For information on how to compost or troubleshooting, contact the Napa County UC Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Program at 253-4221 M-W-F 9am–Noon.