Metro Recycling Information
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Curbside recycling guidelines vary from city to city. Connect with your local recycling office to find out who collects your garbage and how to recycle at the curb.
Franchised or licensed hauling companies provide curbside garbage, recycling and yard debris collection service and are regulated by local government agencies within the region.
To find out who your garbage hauler is, you can:
Call your garbage hauler or the appropriate agency from the list below to find out about collection fees and complete details on what recyclables are collected at the curb. Only haulers have information about your collection fees and day(s).
The agencies listed below also can help you plan for recycling at an event, start or expand a waste prevention or recycling program, and provide you a free, confidential waste evaluation.
Clackamas County Recycling Partnership (including the cities of Canby, Gladstone, Happy Valley, Lake Oswego, Molalla, Sandy, Oregon City and West Linn)
Solid waste and recycling, 503-557-6363
Solid waste and recycling information, 503-674-6211
Portland Garbage, Recycling and Thoughtful Consumption
Curbside Hotline, 503-823-7202
Residential Curbside Collection E-schedule
Washington County Cooperative Recycling Program
(including the cities of Banks, Cornelius, Durham, Forest Grove, Hillsboro, King City, North Plains, Sherwood, Tigard, Tualatin and Wilsonville and unincorporated Washington County)
Solid Waste and Recycling Team, 503-846-8609
Find the name and phone number of the garbage, recycling and compost hauler for any location in the Metro region.
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