Recycle Butte
Recycling is more than extending the life of our landfill.  It is about making the best use of the resources we have available and preserving those resources for future generations.  It is about conserving water, energy, land and materials.  It is about creating a sustainable community that values what we have and what future generations deserve to have.  When you bury something in the landfill, it's like burying the energy and water it took to create that product.

Greenwaste locations in Butte County

Earthworm Soil Factory  704 Neal Road, Tue-Fri 8:30-4:30, Sat 8:30-12:00, 895-WORM (9676)

Clean greenwaste only.  Small Pickup or trailer: $4.00, Large Pickup or trailer: $6.00

City of Chico Compost Facility  4441 Cohasset Road, Chico, Tues-Sat 8:00-4:00  624-3529

Woodwaste OK.  Compact - Bed level pickup: $5.00, Cab level pickup: $6.00

Old Durham Wood  1156 Oro-Chico Hwy, Durham, 342-7381, Mon-Fri, 9:00-5:00

Call for fees

Recology Butte Colusa Counties  2720 S. 5th Ave, Oroville, 533-5868,  Mon-Fri, 8:00-4:00, Sat, 8:30-4:00

Woodwaste, greenwaste

Northern Recycling & Waste Services   920 American Way, Paradise, 876-3340, Tues-Sat, 9:00-4:00

Minimum charge: $5.00

Ord Ranch Transfer Station   1/3 mile east of Hwy 99, Gridley.  Sat.-Sun. 9:00-4:00

Three collection areas, one hauler per area.

City services will remain unchanged.

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Neal Road Recycling and Waste Facility

The Neal Road Recycling and Waste Facility is a community facility in Butte County serving residents and keeping our community clean. 

The Neal Road Facility allows the community to meet mandatory diversion goals set by the State of California while also generating waste to power approximately 2,200 homes each year.

News you can Reuse     

5/5/16 - Walgreens offers free prescription drug take back service at their Chico East Avenue location.

In the first ongoing national effort of its kind by a retailer, Walgreens has installed  safe medication disposal kiosks in more than 500 drugstores in 39 states and Washington, D.C., including their East Avenue location in Chico .  The program will make the disposal of medications, including opioids and other controlled substances, easier and more convenient while helping to reduce the misuse of medications and the rise in overdose deaths.

The medication disposal kiosks allow individuals to safely and conveniently dispose of their unwanted, unused or expired prescriptions, including controlled substances, and over-the-counter medications, at no cost. The kiosks at Walgreens pharmacies will be available during regular pharmacy hours (24 hours a day at most of these locations) and will offer one of the best ways to ensure medications are not accidentally used or intentionally misused by someone else. 

 

3/15/16 - The Spring 2016 Recycling Newsletter is here.           

Spring 2016 Recycling Newsletter

12/9/15 - Recycle your Christmas Tree and help the Boy Scouts.  After the tinsel, lights and ornaments come off, that tree still has a useful purpose.  Recycling that tree can create water saving mulch, fish habitat or energy.  For a complete list of tree recycling options click on the link below.

2015 Christmas Tree Recycling

 8/27/15 - The 2015 Tire Amnesty will take place Saturday September 26th at the Highway 70 Industrial Park in Oroville from 8am to 2pm.   Residents can bring in up to 10 tires for free at that time.  Waivers are available to haul up to 20 waste tires (See flyer).  For more informational call 879-2352.           

2015 Tire Amnesty Flyer

8/27/15 - Clean up your local river, creek or park. The Great Sierra River Cleanup takes place on Saturday, September 19th.  The Feather River cleanup starts at 8am at various location along the river in Oroville.  Contact the Feather River Recreation and Park District for more information.

The annual Bidwell Park and Chico Creek cleanup starts at 9am with locations at Hooker Oak Park and 10th & Salem Streets.  Contact the Butte Environmental Council for more information. 

     

8/12/15 - Recycle your good usable stuff by donating those items to the Butte Fire Safe Council Wildfire Clearance Sale  This Labor Day weekend event will be held at the River Reflections RV Park.  (One mile south of Oroville on Hwy 70)

Donate tools, furniture, appliances, clothing and other items to the Butte County Fire Safe Council.  Funds raised will help provide safety in Butte County through wildfire hazard education and mitigation. Call Jackie at 877-0984 to arrange a pick-up of your donated items by August 28.  For more information click on the link above.

       

7/14/15 - The Summer 2015 Recycling Newsletter is here.        

                Summer 2015 Recycling Newsletter  

   
4/16/15 - Recology providing additional recycling locations for Bangor and Butte Valley

30 yard covered boxes for mixed recyclables will be provided in areas curb-side recycling is not currently available. Below is a current list of locations.

• Bangor Park – Oroville Bangor Highway, across from Bangor Elementary School

• Spring Valley Elementary School – 2771 Pentz Road, just off Hwy 70 in Butte Valley

 

1/21/15 - Mattress Recycling now available when getting a new one delivered.

The Used Mattress Recovery and Recycling Act was signed into law in 2013 and is now in effect.  One of the main features of the law requires mattress retailers to offer free pickup and disposal of an old mattress when a new one is delivered.  For more information, log on to: www.calrecycle.ca.gov/mattresses/

10/13/14 - Waxed milk and juice cartons are now recyclable.

For years waxed cartons for juice and milk have been relegated to the garbage.  Now with expanded markets and better tecnologies, most waste/recycling companies accept these materials in your curbside recycling container.  A quick rinse and they're ready to recycle.

For more information log on to: www.Recyclecartons.com

 

 

 

 

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Neal Road Recycling and Waste Facility
Phone: 530.538.7681
Fax: 530.645.1820

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Phone: 530.879.2352

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Neal Road Recycling & Waste Facility
1023 Neal Road
Paradise, CA 95969

Hours
Monday - Sunday
7:00am to 4:00pm
Closed: New Year's Day, Easter, July 4th, Thanksgiving, and Christmas

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Waste Management
530.893.4777

Northern Recycling & Waste Service
530.876.3340

Recology
530.533.5868

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