News and Notes

Food Composting - food scraps & soiled paper go in the brown compost cart!  And, conquer the "ick factor" with our Compost Pail and Cart Tips.

 

Make sure to check our Facebook page for up-to-date events & information

 

We are now on Instagram too!

 

Recycle More! Schedule your free curbside pickup of e-waste, metal appliances, batteries, clothing, and cooking oil...Now available to NCRWS customers too!

 

Our expanded Napa office at 598 Lincoln is open!

 

Our Bill Inserts page has pertinent service info and monthly announcements

 

Pay your bill online

 

Food composting - get set up at your business!

Rates and Locations

Napa County (NCRWS) rates - new trucks, 20gal trash cart and Recycle More service now available for NCRWS customers

 

Collection rates for City of Napa (NRWS) customers

 

Napa Recycling & Composting Facility drop off rates

 

Click here for Devlin Road Recycling & Transfer Facility rates and info

 

Watch our movie - Napa Recycles!

 

Recycling Saves Resources, Energy, Jobs & Money!

 

Our Reduce, Reuse & Recycle Guide has answers to all your recycling questions!

Working our way to a Zero Waste Napa!

 

Napa Recycling & Waste Services and Napa County Recycling & Waste Services are local companies that operate the Napa Recycling & Composting Facility and provide recycling, composting and garbage collection services in the City of Napa and southern unincorporated Napa County – “Our Families Serving Your Family

 

Please note that our facility is closed on Easter Sunday, April 21st…we’ll be open again with normal hours on Monday, April 22nd. Have a lovely..

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How to Break Your Single-Use Plastics Habit

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COOL School Napa Valley

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Photos from Napa Recycling's post

Congrats to our 2018 City of Napa – Local Government and Napa County, California – Government JD Fullner Recycling Leadership Award winners!..

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Compost Girl: Plastics -- the good, the bad, and the truly uugggly

“[Plastic] continues to be one of the most prolific materials we consume daily AND one of the most confusing materials for people to dispose..

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