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Mountain View Resource: Provides information to about recycling, reuse, waste prevention, and pollution prevention in Mountain View.

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Mountain View Recycle Center: State Certified CRV Buy-Back Center open to the public. Also accepts other recyclable materials, including e-waste and batteries, at no charge for Mountain View residents only.


SMaRT Station: Provides Buy-Back as well as drop-off services for Mountain View residents.

smart station Provides information on the proper disposal of all materials, City recycling events, and the City’s waste diversion goals.

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Santa Clara County Household Hazardous Waste:

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Santa Clara County Center for the Development of Recycling: Discover vendors who recycle unique materials (furniture, old car parts, clothing, wood scraps, metal scraps, etc..).





Recology Mountain View is the resource recovery company for the Mountain View community. We currently provide Recycling, Organics, and Garbage collection services to approximately 22,000 residential accounts and 3,000 commercial accounts in Mountain View.

Recology is recognized as the leader in resource recovery and is the largest employee-owned company in the industry. Our rally cry is "WASTE ZERO," which represents our daily commitment to finding the best and highest use of all resources and promoting the diversion of materials away from the landfill. We pride ourselves on our environmental conscience, providing first class customer service, and contributing to the high quality of life in Mountain View.

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The Urban Quest for "Zero Waste"

Across the country, a handful of municipalities are radically reducing the amount of refuse they send to landfills, with the eventual goal of reaching "zero waste." Seattle recycles or composts more than half of what its residents toss out. San Francisco diverts 77% of its waste from landfills. Even sprawling Los Angeles recycles or composts about two-thirds of its garbage.