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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.  

For more information on programs in the Upper Napa Valley please email Amanda Griffis or call 707-259-8330, for South Napa County please email David Briggs or call 707-253-4094.

Garbage Service Providers

To sign up for or for questions regarding your recycling/trash service, please contact your service company. See the table below. 

Recycling Guide

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. 

NEW! Unused Medications and Sharps Collection Event 

Saturday October 23, 2021 10:00am - 2:00pm. Please click on the English or Spanish image below for event locations and details. 

DEA Event Countywide Flyer 2021

DEA Event Countywide Flyer 2021 Spanish

Upper Valley Disposal & Recycling customers can put all food and food-soiled paper in the green compost cart

It’s not just for yard waste anymore! Click on the images below for more information on the program. 


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We’ve got plenty to go around! Give Recology American Canyon a call for residential carts, debris boxes or temporary
containers.  We’ll make sure you’re outfitted based on your material type and volume.


Latest News & Events

Our Customer Service Office located at 2021 Broadway Street in Vallejo remains closed to the public until further notice. We encourage customers to pay their bills using online bill pay, pay by phone, or by mailing in bills. If you are unable to mail or submit payments online, our Broadway St office has a drop […]  Read more
Starting January 1, 2021, Recology will no longer accept treated wood waste for disposal. Changes in State law have banned the disposal of treated wood in regular solid waste landfills and will impose significant new requirements on anyone who uses, stores, transports, and disposes of treated wood. If treated wood enters Recology facilities after December […]  Read more

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Facilities MapDevlin Road Transfer Station

 889 Devlin Road, American Canyon | (707) 258-9005 or (707) 256-3500, ext. 1220
Open Daily 8am – 4pm 

Facility Closed: New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Facility closes at 3pm on Memorial Day, Labor Day, the day before Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve. Facility closes at 2pm on Independence Day and 1pm on Christmas Eve.

Items accepted for a fee:garbage, mixed C&D (including shingles), carpet, bulky items (i.e., furniture, appliances – including freon removal), tires and clean dirt.

Items accepted free of charge: auto batteries, household batteries, latex paint, antifreeze, used motor oil & filters, and one mattress and box spring set per visit (more allowed for a fee).

View current rates. Cover and secure your load — it’s the law! There is a $15 surcharge for uncovered loads.

Payment Options: We do not accept personal checks. We accept Visa, Mastercard, debit cards and cash.

Reuse & Recycle Center

889B Devlin Road, American Canyon | (707) 258-9018 
Open Daily 8:30am – 3:30pm (Buyback closes at 3:15pm). Drop-off only on Sundays – CRV Buyback Center is closed Sundays

Sell your CRV beverage containers and metal at our Buyback Center! 

Accepted items for recycling buyback: CRV beverage containers and scrap metal.

Accepted items for drop-off:aluminum, tin, plastics, glass, flattened cardboard, mixed paper, cooking oil and motor oil.

Shop for — or drop off — reusable items in good condition! Browse the yard for items such as file cabinets, desks, doors, windows, tools, books, clothes, and lawn & garden equipment. These are the best prices anywhere!

Please note that secure document destruction is unavailable — you may contact VALCORE Community Recycling in Vallejo for paper shredding services.

Hazardous Waste Collection Facility

889A Devlin Road, American Canyon | (800) 984-9661
Open Friday & Saturday, 9am-4pm | Check our Hazardous Waste page for all the details.


Where does it go?

Trash from the Cities of Vallejo, Napa and American Canyon and southern unincorporated Napa County is brought to the Devlin Road Recycling & Transfer Facility, where it is loaded into trucks and sent to Potrero Hills Landfill in Suisun (Solano County).

When NRWS took over DRRTF operation in 2007, a mixed construction & demolition (C&D) processing area was added in the outdoor area of the facility. DRRTF staff now sort mixed loads of C&D and self haul materials in order to capture more recyclable material, such as wood, carpet, plastics and metal.

NRWS also recycles mattresses and box springs. In addition, reusable items are pulled aside and sent to St. Vincent de Paul in Eugene, Oregon.

Carpet is sorted and shipped for processing into new carpet, carpet padding, plastic lumber, car parts and additional recycled plastic items. Carpet pad is recycled into new carpet padding.


Napa Recycling & Composting Facility
820 Levitin Way, American Canyon | (707) 255-5200
Open Daily 8am – 4pm

Low fees & everything gets recycled! We accept yard trimmings, wood, concrete & asphalt, drywall, tires, carpet & carpet pad and compostable food material. 

Free drop-off of scrap metal e-waste and metal appliances.

Available for purchase: compost and gravel.

Devlin Road Transfer Station
889 Devlin Road, American Canyon | (707) 258-9005 or (707) 256-3500 x1220
Open Daily 8am – 4pm

Items accepted for a fee: garbage, mixed C&D, carpet, bulky items (i.e., furniture, appliances – including freon removal), tires, and clean dirt. Please note there is a $13 surcharge for uncovered loads.

Items accepted free of charge: auto batteries, household batteries, latex paint, antifreeze, used motor oil & filters, and one mattress and box spring set per visit (more allowed for a fee).

Buyback and recycling drop off also available.


See other nearby facilities here.




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