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The City of Napa requires all new development or remodeling projects to provide adequate enclosures for trash, recycling and compost containers. See the complete updated info on our Enclosure Standards page.
The State of California and City of Napa require that large construction and demolition projects reuse or recycle at least 65% of the debris generated. You can get LEED credits for your green building project and save money with our source-separated recycling boxes. Recycle more and pay less – find info on our debris box service page.
Separated materials such as clean yard waste, wood, concrete, asphalt, drywall, metal, and e-waste can be brought to the Napa Recycling & Composting Facility.
Mixed C&D waste is accepted at the Devlin Road Transfer Station, which has mixed C&D sorting and diversion reporting for LEED projects.
Find information on other local landfills, transfer stations and recycling centers.
Qualifying City of Napa projects will need to fill out a Waste Reduction & Recycling Plan (WRRP). The City’s Materials Volume-to-Weight Conversion Sheet (PDF) is available to help in plan preparation.
More info on the C&D Ordinance can be found in the FAQ (PDF) from the City of Napa’s Recycling & Solid Waste Division. Read the City of Napa’s Construction and Demolition Debris Recycling Ordinance (PDF) for more information.
Check out the following resources for directories and information for your next green building project:
Deconstruction & Reuse Network Email | (888) 545-8333 x218
The Deconstruction & Reuse Network (DRN) is a non-profit environmental organization promoting deconstruction and the reuse of quality salvaged building materials. They provide you with a potential tax benefit for your green and sustainable efforts.
Solano-Napa Habitat for Humanity ReStore 104 Commerce Ct, Fairfield | (707) 863-0692
Solano-Napa Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore offers new and gently used building materials and home improvement items at 50-90% off retail. Proceeds from ReStore help Habitat for Humanity build affordable homes for families in need in Solano and Napa. Donations of like-new building materials for the houses, such as tile, toilets, sinks, wire, lighting and lumber are accepted. Drop off donations at ReStore, or call for pickup.