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Our member municipalities are Danville, Lafayette, Moraga, Orinda, Walnut Creek, Contra Costa County.
Help reduce waste to our landfills! Use our Recycling Wizard to locate a wide range of waste prevention and recycling services to the residents of Central Contra Costa County to reduce waste and save money.
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Community Input for New Services
The CCCSWA is holding a Board Meeting on December 12th 2013 at 2pm at the Round Hill Country Club located at 3169 Roundhill Road Alamo, CA 94507. This meeting is to discuss the new Franchise Agreement for collection, transport, processing, diversion and disposal services for solid waste materials commencing in 2015. This is an opportunity for the community to provide input and share their thoughts on solid waste related issues that are important to them. Time will be limited at this meeting and if you wish to send written communication to the Board of Directors an email can be sent to Authority@wastediversion.org.
CCCSWA Board of Directors Meeting
The CCCSWA Regular Board of Directors meeting will be held Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. at the Round Hill Country Club, 3169 Roundhill Road, Alamo. Please click here to review and download information.
New Franchise Agreement
In March 2015, new 10-year contracts with garbage and recycling companies will go into effect. The Authority has been following a thorough, multi-phase process to arrange for the best and most cost-effective services. Currently, bids from potential contractors are under review, with final selection projected for spring 2014.
To learn more about CCCSWA’s work on the new contracts, visit www.wastediversion.org/2015contracts
If you live in or manage a residential premise (apartment or condominium) that has a shared garbage and recycling service, that is considered a "Multi-Family" complex.
IMPORTANT NEW REQUIREMENTS! New California State Regulation (AB 341) requires multi-family complexes with 5 or more units to provide for recycling.
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