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Yolo County

Waste Management provides high quality refuse and recycling collection services to local residents and businesses. We are justifiably proud of taking care of our customers, while working to keep efficient operations and fair rates. We have worked well with our local communities to offer programs that meet and exceed state-mandated recycling requirements, and have been proactive in areas of waste reduction, recycling yard trimmings processing and conversion of diesel vehicles to alternate and less polluting fuels.

WM of Woodland Reroute Starting August 27, 2018

We are changing collection days for some of our customers to improve your service and create efficiencies that will result in our trucks spending less time on your streets. Customers impacted by this change will recieve a postcard in the mail indicating their new collection day. If you did not recieve a postcard, no change will be made. However, if you do experience any disruption of service the week of August 27, please contact customer service at: (866) 844-1508.

Please see below for changes by neighborhood in unicorporated Yolo County:
Changes effective starting August 27, 2018:

Brooks - Monday
Capay - Monday
Clarksburg - No Change
CR 28 - Friday
CR103 - Friday
Dunnigan - No Change
El Rio - Friday
Esparto - Monday
Guinda - Monday
Knights Landing - No Change
Madison - Monday
Monument Hills - No Change
Paintridge - No Change
Wild Wings - Wednesday
Willow Oak - Wednesday
Yolo - No Change
Zamora - No Change

2018 Collection Calendar

Newsletters

Yolo County Recycler - Summer 2018 (Voucher included in bill, or download from e-bill)

Yolo County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program Information

Mandatory Business Recycling Information

Click here to learn more about AB1826 and AB341 and how Waste Management can assist your business.

California Mandatory Commercial Reycling (MCR)

California Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling (MORe)

Construction and Demolition Recycling

Click here to learn more about Yolo County's ordiance requiring all construction, demolition and renovation projects to recycle 65 percent all debris generated on site. 

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