Solid Waste & Recycling Program
Contact Customer Service at 909-798-7529
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. For further information, contact one of our helpful Customer Service Representatives at 909-798-7529.
Frequently Requested Information:
Learn what you should and should not put in your recycling container.
Print out this handy guide to curbside recycling in Redlands.
Learn what you should and should not put in your refuse container.
Learn what you should and should not put in your green waste container.
Chapter 13.66 of the Redlands Municipal Code establishes requirements for recycling by specified development activities to facilitate the City’s compliance with State recycling mandates, remove architectural barriers to recycling, and ensure the recycling of construction and demolition debris.
There are a variety of companies that can help you with your construction recycling. For additional information on area recycling companies Click Here. Or see below for other recycling company options.
CalMAX is the California Material Exchange, a program which provides free classified listings to California businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies. CalMAX is a service of the California Integrated Waste Management Board.
California Integrated Waste Management Board (CIWMB)
This web site assists designers with specifying recycled-content building and construction materials. The site includes a review of construction projects using green products that are identified in a matrix.
This web site assists the product buyer with identifying products and supplies manufactured from recycled content.
180 W. Monte
Filter Recycling accepts waste materials not accepted by landfills such as cathode ray tubes (televisions and computer monitors), batteries, fluorescent tubes, ballasts, tires, hazardous waste, etc.
This web site has a searchable data base for green building products and information regarding green building design and construction.
National Green Building Conference
This web site will connect the reader to information regarding the upcoming National Green Building Conference and a site dedicated to rammed earth construction.