Landfill hours vary by site and can be found HERE.
See Landfill Fees
If you are a business, Yes! You will need to fill out an application.
See Acceptable Forms of Payment
See Locations and Hours.
See acceptable waste.
Businesses should refer to the Business Hazardous Waste page.
Residents can take their household hazardous waste to a FREE collection facility or event. For more information on hazardous waste, visit the Household Hazardous Waste page
If your trash was not picked up, you should contact your trash service hauler. The Riverside County Department of Waste Resources does not pick up trash.
Hauler information can be found HERE.
Please note that we are not Waste Management, Inc. the refuse hauling company. Your trash service hauler should be contacted directly regarding refuse and curbside recycling collection service as well as dumpster rentals.
The Riverside County Department of Waste Resources offers may locations for you to take your needles and sharps. For more information, go to Needles & Sharps page of the Waste Guide.
For more information on how to properly manage your medications, go to Medication page of the Waste Guide.
Californians recycle bottles and cans so that they can get back the California Recycling Value (CRV) deposit. Visit the Bottles & Cans page of the Waste Guide to find a certified recycling center in your area and for additional information.
Greenwaste processors recycle green waste into compost or mulch type products. Think about bringing home a load of compost or mulch to use in your own garden. For a list of green waste processors in Riverside County, click HERE.
Riverside County has numerous recycling businesses throughout the county. You can search for a local recycler for the specific type of material you wish to recycle at http://www.earth911.com
Yes, you can bring your tires to the landfill for proper recycling. Please visit Tires page of the Waste Guide for information.
Yes, please visit the Appliance page of the Waste Guide for more information.
Please contact Riverside County Environmental Health Department (888) 722-4234 or file an online complaint at http://www.rivcoeh.org/Complaint.
The Department is funded by tipping fees received at the landfills.