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Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!

The week of January 16th is a normal service week. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day will NOT cause service delays. Please have your containers out for regular service.

2022 Fall/Winter Newsletter | Buellton

2022 Fall/Winter Newsletter | Buellton

We will be collecting Christmas trees free of charge after
the holidays. To have your tree recycled please bring it to
the curbside on your green waste collection day. If you
do not have green waste service, bring your tree to the
curbside on your trash collection day.

2022 Fall/Winter Newsletter | Goleta

2022 Fall/Winter Newsletter | Goleta

We will be collecting Christmas trees free of charge after the
holidays. To have your tree recycled please bring it to the curbside
on your greenwaste collection day. If you do not have greenwaste
service, bring your tree to the curbside on your trash collection day.

2022 Fall/Winter Newsletter | Santa Barbara County

2022 Fall/Winter Newsletter | Santa Barbara County

We will be collecting Christmas trees free of charge after the
holidays. To have your tree recycled please bring it to the curbside
on your greenwaste collection day. If you do not have greenwaste
service, bring your tree to the curbside on your trash collection day.

Monthly Newsletter – October 2022

Monthly Newsletter – October 2022

October is Fire Prevention Month! NEVER put batteries inside your waste containers. Batteries are extremely flammable when jostled around in our trucks and facilities, and they must be disposed of carefully.

Monthly Newsletter – September 2022

Monthly Newsletter – September 2022

Cleaning out your closet? Drop off clean clothing, shoes (matching pairs), bags, bed sheets, and pillow cases at either MarBorg’s Goleta Recycling Center or the County of Santa Barbara’s South Coast Recycling and Transfer Station.

Monthly Newsletter – August 2022

Monthly Newsletter – August 2022

Please do not flush medication down the drain (unless the medication label specifically instructs you to do so) because wastewater treatment plants can not remove many of the chemicals.