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Solid Waste & Recycling Information

Desert Valley Disposal

Help clean up our community and get rid of extra household waste, bulky items, motor oil and more by participating in the Citywide Clean-Up events. Citywide Clean-Up events are held 4 times a year on the following dates:

  • January 25-29
  • April 19-23
  • July 26-30
  • October 25-29

Click here to learn more.

Residential and single-family customers are eligible for FREE collection of bulky waste through Desert Valley Disposal.

Bulky items include:

  • Appliances
  • Furniture
  • Tires
  • eWaste

Click here to learn more and schedule your pickup.

If you witness illegal dumping when it occurs, please dial 9-1-1 immediately and report all relevant details so an officer can investigate. If you can safely – without risk or danger – get a photograph or license plate number, this can aid the investigation.

To report illegal dumping that has already occurred, contact Desert Valley Disposal at (760) 329-5030 or at trash@desertvalleydisposal.com.

If your garbage has not been picked up, you can contact Desert Valley Disposal at (760) 329-5030.

You can view Desert Valley Disposal’s pick-up schedule here.

Riverside County operates a permanent Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection facility located at 1100 Vella Road, Palm Springs, CA 92264, that accepts limited quantities of HHW. This is a drive-through facility and the technicians will handle everything for you. Click here for more information about what is accepted, quantity limits, and safe transportation guidelines.

County of Riverside:

  • Household Hazardous Waste (951) 486-3200
  • Department of Environmental Health at (888) 722-4234

Click here to learn more about recycling guidelines.

Desert Valley Disposal Newsletter - April 2022

Organic Waste Recycling

At the end of 2019, the State passed AB 827 that modified its requirements for those businesses that must comply with mandatory organics management and recycling requirements under AB 341 and AB 1826 (as described above). As of July 1, 2020, those affected businesses that provide customers access to the business must provide customers with a commercial solid waste recycling bin or container to collect material purchased on the premises and an organic waste recycling bin or container to collect material purchased on the premises for immediate consumption, as appropriate.

The containers must all be appropriately labeled and adjacent to each other.

This requirement would not apply to full-service restaurants that have a recycling and organics management system established for employees to use with appropriately labeled receptacles. It would also not apply to take-out services.

The State recently issued guidance and templates for signage that should accompany trash, organics, and recycling containers. This guidance can be found on the CalRecycle Website.

For more information, businesses can review the Frequently Asked Questions on AB 827, which can also be found on the CalRecycle website. They start at Question 26.

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