The City of Redlands is dedicated to the concept and practice of
environmental preservation. We are constantly seeking new
technologies and services which will not only preserve our
environment, but provide more efficient and economical
collection, recycling, and disposal of waste materials, while
meeting all health, safety, and regulatory requirements.
Our extensive solid waste and recycling services and programs are
designed with you, the customer, in mind.
All refuse, green waste, and recycling containers should be
placed for collection prior to 6:00 A.M. of your regular
collection day to avoid being missed. Collection can occur at any
time between 6:00 A.M. and 2:30 P.M. or later, and can change
from week to week.
Three different trucks will pass your residence to collect
refuse, yard waste, and recycling waste throughout the day. A
missed collection must be reported to our office within 24 hours
of your regular collection day to receive a make-up collection.
Credits are not issued for missed collections that are not
Containers should be placed curbside at least 3 feet from any
obstacle, such as a parked car or fence, and at least 1 foot from
Trash containers should be removed from streets as soon as
possible after the containers have been collected, and in any
event no later than ten o’clock.
Automated Green Waste Collection
Separate collection of your organic green waste materials is
required in the City. Place green waste materials in the
container marked YARD WASTE ONLY.
Green Waste includes yard waste such as grass cuttings,
prunings, tree branches & leaves, untreated wood, sawdust, and
other discarded plant material from private and/or public areas
It does not include palm fronds, cactus or tree limbs and
stumbs larger than six inches in diameter
As with all containers, green waste may never exceed the upper
perimeter of the container.
Contaminated Containers Cannot be Collected by Your Driver
If contamination is found prior to collection, your container
will be tagged with a green tag by the driver and left. Once you
have removed the contaminates, you can request a special pickup
at an extra charge, or you may place your container out the
following week for regular collection.
Plastic lawn bags are a contaminate and should never be placed in
your green waste container
Automated Curbside Recycling Program
By recycling, you help:
Conserve natural resources
Reduce air & water pollution
Reduce energy use
Extend landfill life
PLACE IN RECYCLING CONTAINER:
Cans (tin, steel, bi-metal, aluminum)
Plastic containers (Number 1 – 7)
All paper that is not food contaminated
Paper egg cartons
Cereal boxes (with liner removed)
Aseptic packaging (juice drink boxes)
Wrapping paper (no foil or metallic types)
Paper six-pack and twelve-pack containers
Cardboard boxes (cut to fit inside the container)
Roll-off containers are placed at the requested location and picked up on the seventh day after delivery For example, if the container is delivered on a Friday, it will be picked up the following Friday. Each day after the seventh (7th) day will result in an additional charge of $49.54 per day.
Delivery and pickup of the container can occur anytime between 6:00 am and 2:30 pm.
Any item that does not fit into your regular solid waste
container (automated, commercial bin or can), and is not
considered a banned item (i.e., hazardous waste), can be
collected from your curbside for a fee.
The City of Redlands is proud to be one of only a few cities in
California who offer a program to help residents responsibly
dispose of needles, syringes, lancets and other sharp objects
used in the personal administration of prescription medications
HOW IT WORKS
Free sharps containers are available to City of Redlands
residents ONLY (Proof of residency is required).
When the container is approximately ¾ full, simply take it to
Redlands Fire Station #1, You will be given an empty container in
Is Your Business or Multi-family Residential Dwelling Affected?
State legislation (AB 341) mandates business’ and public entities
generating four (4) cubic yards or more of waste per week, and
multifamily residential dwellings with five (5) units, or more to
recycle. This regulation went into effect on July 1, 2012, and it
is important for business and multi-family residential dwellings
to be proactive and contact their solid waste recycling service
provider to ensure they are receiving the recycling services
necessary to comply with AB 341.