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Have a Sustainable Summer

Summer is finally here! Before purchasing new outfits or outdoor supplies, Zero Waste Marin would like to provide residents with some quick tips on how to safely recycle and dispose of unwanted, common household items: Shoes & Clothing Need to swap out your winter wardrobe to make room for summer clothing? • Donate your clothes … Continue reading Have a Sustainable Summer

Reduce Waste this Fall

Check before you shop Businesses can save time, money, and increase security by going paperless. For students, evaluate what you do and don’t need before you shop. Just because it’s a new school year, doesn’t mean you have to replace all of last year’s supplies. Binders, folders and notebooks may still have plenty of use … Continue reading Reduce Waste this Fall

Multifamily Resources

What is considered a multi-family property in Marin County? Apartments, townhomes, condos, and mobile home parks consisting of five units or more fall into the multi-family category. In Marin County, multifamily complexes with five units or more are required to recycle. Beginning January 1, 2019, multifamily complexes that generate four cubic yards of trash per … Continue reading Multifamily Resources

Tamalpais Community Services District

Materials Collected Recycling is collected in a single stream fashion. Paper: Paperback books, boxes, packages, cardboard, catalogues, cereal boxes, colored construction paper, computer paper, detergent boxes, envelopes, frozen food packaging, junk mail, magazines, folders, newspapers, office paper, paper bags. Glass: All colors, lids, caps, bottles, CRV beverage containers, jars. No window glass, mirrors, or light … Continue reading Tamalpais Community Services District


Does your family have unwanted computer equipment or old electronics at home? It is illegal to dispose of electronic equipment in the garbage in California, so please help us keep these items out of the landfill by selling, donating or recycling them. For donation, visit our Recycling Guide and look under “Household/Secondhand” to find a local thrift store. If … Continue reading Electronics