Napa Recycling & Waste Services and Napa County Recycling & Waste Services are local full-service companies with parent companies that have served the region for over a century. We are happy to provide all of the City of Napa and southern unincorporated Napa County with efficient, economical & sustainable services.
Napa Recycling works together with the City of Napa, Napa County, and our customers to:
*Offer recycling and composting services to all our customers
*Reduce air pollution with the use of eight trucks that run on
Compressed Natural Gas
*Increase recycling and decrease garbage bills through business waste
*Increase recycling opportunities at special events in Napa County
*Be a local company involved in the local community
*Produce organic compost from Napa’s yardwaste, food scraps & grape pomace
*Reach towards a Zero Waste Napa
Recycling helps save resources, energy, and money. It keeps materials out of the landfill, provides jobs, combats global warming, and “closes the loop” through the creation of new products out of recycled materials. With the roll-out of expanded recycling programs and food composting for all customers, recycling rates in Napa have gone up to nearly 70%….thank you for your help and cooperation as we work towards 75% and higher!
Our sister companies are:
Marin Sanitary Service, one of the country’s leading recycling firms, which services much of Marin County.
Garaventa Enterprises, Inc., which provides recycling and disposal service to Concord and other communities in Contra Costa and Solano Counties.
Northern Recycling & Waste Services, which provides recycling, yardwaste, and garbage collection services to Paradise and Magalia in Butte County.
Northern Recycling Operations & Waste Services, which operates the Devlin Road Recycling & Transfer Facility.
Northern Recycling, which operates a composting facility in Zamora, CA.
Valley Recycling, a local company that provides commercial recycling services.
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Scout’s project benefits Skyline Park
Empty wine bottles get a second life
“Anything with a Cord” collects more than 87 tons
Departing Silverado chef Peter Pahk leaves impressive legacy of sustainability
Boy Scouts collect over 25 tons of e-waste
Taking history on the road
One man’s trash…
Local firms ride the green wave
2008 recycling award winners
Wineries uncork recycling effort
Too much information
From kitchen to compost
Scouts’ recycling effort an e-normous hit
Napa leads the state in e-waste recycling
Trash becomes treasure at Reuse Center
Recycling program expands to accept all rigid plastics
Napa hands out $12,500 to best recyclers
How to be green in 2008
Fight global warming by recycling & composting
Recycling dos and don’ts
Tap water vs. bottled water
Recycling, reusing, & the life of garbage
Talking Trash on Earth Day
Recycling will be emphasized at the improved transfer station
Less Plastic = Greener Planet
Schools, businesses, and apartment complexes win Napa Recycling awards
New battery recycling options
Apartment recycling challenges and solutions in Napa
Some answers to your questions about plastics recycling
More than 179 tons of e-waste collected in Napa Valley
Napa Recycling makes what’s in the blue bins top priority
Garbage company gets the kinks worked out
Heroes of Hagen Road
Don’t dump that battery