Recycling & Waste Reduction
The Recycling and Waste Reduction Team implements programs to reduce the volume of waste destined for landfills in order to conserve valuable natural resources and protect public health. The division oversees contracts with recycling and waste services companies that serve Lake Berryessa, Upper Napa Valley and unincorporated South Napa County.
Assistance is available to residents, businesses and institutions to reduce and prevent waste, maximize recycling, compost organic materials, and dispose of toxic products properly.
Garbage Service Providers
To sign up for or for questions regarding your recycling/trash service, please contact your service company. See the table below.
|Community||Company Name & Website||Phone Number|
|City of American Canyon||Recology American Canyon||707-552-3110|
|Southern unincorporated areas of Napa County and City of Napa||Napa County Recycling Recycling and Waste Services||707-255-5200|
|Town of Yountville, City of St. Helena, City of Calistoga and unincorporated areas in Northern Napa County||Upper Valley Disposal Service||707-963-7988|
|Lake Berryessa||Berryessa Garbage Service||707-226-9543|
Countywide Recycling Guide
Don’t know what to do with unwanted items? We can help you figure it out! Use this online recycling guide provided by the City of Napa and Napa Recycling and Waste Services to find out how to reuse, donate, recycle or safely dispose of just about anything anywhere in Napa County.
Treated Wood Waste (TWW)
The legislation that authorized the Alternative Management Standards (AMS) for TWW in Chapter 34 of the hazardous waste regulations expired on December 31, 2020. On January 1, 2021, the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) began to fully regulate TWW as hazardous waste. As of February 16, 2021, DTSC invited interested parties to apply for a variance from certain provisions of law relating to the management of treated wood waste. The variances DTSC issues reimpose conditions similar to the streamlined management requirements that existed previously.
Please review this TWW fact sheet (PDF) for detail on required variances and disposal options in and near Napa County.