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Welcome to Salinas Valley Recycles!

Salinas Valley Recycles is a public agency and utility service that owns and operates the only open and active landfill in the Salinas Valley. We are not the garbage hauler, but you can find information and contacts for your local garbage and recycling collection company on the Your Hauler page.

Treated Wood Waste Accepted at ALL Salinas Valley Recycles Locations

As of March 17, 2021, Salinas Valley Recycles has received variances from the Department of Toxic Substance Control for all facilities to accept TWW for disposal.

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COVID-19

All facilities are currently open.
Please help protect our employees and avoid using our facilities if you are ill or have been in contact with someone that is ill.
Social distancing and masks are required while onsite. Check for updates here.

 

Disposed Batteries Can Cause Fires

Learn How to Recycle Batteries Safely

Free Household Hazardous Waste Disposal

Salinas Valley Recycles Cares about your money!

Salinas Valley Recycles cares about saving money for your community. We manage your landfill responsibly without taking on unnecessary debt that will cost you in the long run, or importing trash from other cities for income.

Salinas Valley Recycles cares about your community because it’s our home too. 

Learn more about our fiscally sustainable approach to solid waste management and financing in our Annual Report.

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Calendar

  1. Executive Committee Meeting

    August 5 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  2. Board Of Directors Meeting

    August 19 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  3. Advisory Committee Meeting

    August 26 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Messages From Wally-Waste-Not

Newsletter

June 2021 Newsletter

June 2021 Newsletter

Celebrate the great outdoors! |King City Beautification Week |Proper Battery Disposal for fire prevention |Zero Waste Picnic Tips |June is great outdoors...

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Recycling News

SVR featured in BioCycle!

SVR featured in BioCycle!

We have been working hard behind the scene for several years to meet new state regulations to divert food waste and other organics from landfill disposal....

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