Commercial Collection ParametersLocking bar bin

  • All businesses within the city limits are provided with either a commercial trash can pick-up or bin pickup.
  • We offer 2, 3, 4 and 6 cubic yard containers for permanent site service
  • Service is available for up to 6 pick-ups per week (depending on service area)
  • Saturday service is available to businesses that currently have a minimum of 3 pickups per week
  • You may increase or decrease your service level within service requirements
  • To reduce problems with illegal dumping we offer locking bar bins & locks for additional fees
  • Extra pickups are available for a fee. Please call our office before 2 pm to arrange for a pickup for the next available business day
  • Pricing varies depending on service area. Contact our Billing Dept for more information
  • Compactors available

Unacceptable Items:

  • No Dirt
  • No Rock
  • No Sod
  • No Concrete
  • No Sheet rock/ Roofing
  • No Tile / Construction Debris see Roll-off Containers (link to Roll-off page)
  • No TV’s / Refrigerator
  • No Hazardous waste
  • No Tires

Commercial Recycling

AB 341 – Mandatory Recycling for Multi-Family Residences*

With the passing of Assembly bill 341 beginning July 1, 2012 a recently passed California regulation mandates recycling for all multi-family residential buildings comprised of 5 or more units. For more information visit CalRecycle website

If your multi-family residential building has 5 or more units and recycling services are not currently being provided or if recycling services are already available, but you would like to learn more about enhanced recycling programs in your area, please call Bertolotti Disposal Customer Service at 209-537-8000 ext 107.

Tips on how to Reduce Business Waste

Waste prevention is something your business can do today that can significantly reduce the amount of waste that is landfilled. Waste prevention is any practice that causes a reduction in the generation of waste. Here are a few simple and inexpensive ideas:

  • Make double-sided copies
  • E-mail or post information on an announcement board
  • Use ceramic mugs for coffee
  • Use non-glossy fax paper that does not need to be copied
  • Reuse large envelopes, boxes and packaging materials
  • Use scrap paper for notes
  • If available, buy products that can be recycled

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: This slogan represents the preferred method of waste reduction activities: Reduce the amount of waste you create, Reuse items rather than throwing them away, and if you cannot reduce or reuse the waste, then recycle it.

Mandatory Commercial Organics (Compost) Recycling – AB 1826

The mandatory Commercial Organic Waste Recycling Law – AB 1826 became effective on January 1, 2016 and requires businesses and multi-family complexes (with 5 or more units) that generate specified amounts of organic waste (compost) to arrange for organics collection services. This includes schools, hospitals, stores, restaurants, for-profit or nonprofit organizations, as well as residential dwellings with 5+ units.

AB 1826 requires businesses and multi-family complexes to start recycling organic waste (compost) by the following dates:

April 1, 2016

Generators of 8 or more cubic yards of organic waste per week

January 1, 2017

Generators of 4 or more cubic yards of organic waste per week

January 1, 2019

Generators of 4 or more cubic yards of solid waste per week

January 1, 2020

Generators of 2 or more cubic yards of solid waste per week (pending statewide progress)

Regulatory Requirements

This law requires businesses to separate and recycle the following types of organic waste:

  • Food scraps
  • Green waste & yard trimmings
  • Non-hazardous, non- treated wood waste
  • Food-soiled paper and cardboard

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