Trash & Recycling
Report Salinas Spills/Dumping: Call 758-7233
State the location of the spill/dumping (street intersection/street address), the time, any information that can help the City find the source and alert the offender of the prohibition.
RECYCLE MORE & SAVE MONEY
Did you know recycling saves you money? At the same time, recycling keeps your environment healthy and safe.
Learn more by reading the information below and exploring this site, or call (831) 775-3007.
To Start, Stop, or Change Trash & Recycling Curbside Collection Services
To start, stop, or change your trash and recycling curbside collection service, please contact Republic Services of Salinas.
Visit Republic Services of Salinas
Residents call (831) 775-3840 | Businesses call (831) 751-5453
FREE Waste Assessments for Businesses / Agencies / Schools
Businesses, agencies, and schools can get FREE assistance on how to reduce trash costs and save money. Scheduling a free waste assessment will provide the information needed to save money. To schedule an obligation-free meeting, please contact Salinas Valley Recycles.
Visit Salinas Valley Recycles | Call (831) 775-3007
Learn How to Recycle More & Save Money
There is a less expensive, but also safe and proper way to dispose of everything, including recycling, yard waste, chemicals, electronics, motor oil, and bulky items.
Business / Commercial / Multifamily Complexes
Recycling is now mandatory, but also saves money for Salinas businesses and multifamily complexes. Schedule a free waste assessment.
Construction & Demolition
Divert materials from your next construction project and save money.
Schedule a free, entertaining assembly OR implement a program and services with free infrastructure, training, and resources.
Did You Know?
Did you know that when we recycle, what may have ended up in a landfill becomes something new? Watch this video to follow a plastic bottle on its journey to become a new park bench.
Did you know that 40% of all food in the U.S. is thrown away every year? Watch this video as a celebrity chef demonstrates that what we might consider throwing away could actually become a gourmet meal.