Multi Family Residential – Recycling

New! Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling – Effective January 1, 2019 as part of California Assembly Bill 1826 (AB 1826), businesses that generate 4 cubic yards or more of commercial solid waste per week shall arrange for organic waste recycling services. Click here for more information.
 
Or contact Pleasanton Garbage Service at: (925) 846-2042 for a free waste assessment and assistance on implementing a new organics collection program at your site.

 
Effective January 1, 2017 Alameda County’s Mandatory Recycling Ordinance requires all businesses and institutions (regardless of garbage service volume) to subscribe to recycling service and to add requirements to collect food scraps and compostable paper separately from garbage. Click here for more information.

Your complex should have one or more of the following:

Mixed Recycling Cart

Mixed Recycling Cart

Mixed Recycling Bin

Mixed Recycling Bin

Cardboard Only Recycling Bin

Cardboard Only Recycling Bin

 

 

 

 

 
Mixed Recycling bins or carts - Accepted materials include all:

 
  • newspaper
  • cardboard
  • mixed color paper
  • white paper
  • junk mail
  • magazines
  • telephone books
  • paper bags
  • cereal and food boxes
  • egg cartons (cardboard and plastic only)
  • plastic bottles and containers labeled #1-7
  • plastic milk containers
  • detergent containers
  • clear, brown and green food and beverage container glass
  • cans of aluminum
  • steel, tin food cans
  • empty aerosol cans
  • pie tins

 

Free Assistance & Resources

PGS offers the following assistance and resources to help you set up and maintain an effective, convenient workplace recycling program.

 

WARNING! It is illegal to dispose of the following hazardous materials in garbage (or recycling) containers:

No fluorescent light bulbs or tubesNo appliances, tv's, computers, monitors, other electronic wasteNo paint, chemicals cleaners, solvents, other toxic chemicalsNo syringes or needles (sharps)

  • No fluorescent light bulbs or tubes
  • No appliances, TV's, computers, monitors, other electronic waste
  • No paint, chemicals cleaners, solvents, other toxic chemicals
  • No syringes or needles (sharps)

Improperly disposing of these items and other hazardous waste can result in serious harm to the health of people, pets, wildlife, and our environment. Containers found to have these materials will not be collected until such materials are removed. Click here for local options for properly disposing of your household hazardous waste, or contact your property manager for assistance.