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The popular “Compost and Climate" Webinar is back! Sacramento County Waste Management & Recycling Curbside Service customers can join us at lunchtime to learn how to compost and how it helps our environment. The free interactive Microsoft Teams Compost and Climate Webinar is Wednesday, October 11, 2023, 12-12:45 p.m. ​

Please register by 2 p.m. on October 10 on our Teams event registration page: (​). 

If you have trouble registering or have questions, email​

Organics Collection My Way Videos - ​​Join our residential curbside customers in sharing your tips to make organics collection easy by tagging your own video: ​#OrganicsCollectionMyWay - check out the videos and learn mo​re​!

​​2023-2024 Residential Curbside Collection Services Guide Mailed to service address mailboxes throughout the unincorporated Sacramento County in mid-June. 

The Services Guide will give customers information about: Cart set-out instructions; Tips for collecting food scraps and food-soiled paper; ​​Locations to pick up a free kitchen pail (one per household/while supplies last); Items that are accepted and items not accepted in the Organics, Recycling, and Garbage carts; Information about Bulky Waste Pickup appointments and Used Oil and Used Oil Filter Pickup; Drop-off Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) locations that are free and easy; and Drop-off disposal/recycling options at Kiefer Landfill and North Area Recovery Station (NARS).​

NOTE: If you have multiple properties, enter the property’s physical address at or on the app to verify the correct Collection Calendar for each property.​​

​For billing questions, call 916-875-5555 to speak with a representative of Consolidated Utilities Billing and Service.  

Free Compost Available Seasonally in Spring and Summer to Sacramento County Residents: Compost deliveries will be Monday through Friday, based on compost availability as a pilot program on a first-come, first-served basis. Find out where to bring your shovel and learn the benefits of using compost, as well as how and where to use compost!​  ​​

Facility Fees Effective January 1, 2023 - Due to increased operatio​nal costs and ​financial commitments, the County Board of Supervisors approved an annual series of inc​reased fees for weighed loads through 2026 at Kiefer Landfill and the North Area Recovery Station (NARS). The current updated weighed load fees are effective January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2023. The fees for non-weighed loads will not change.

Facility Fee information for Kiefer Landfill and NARS:

Get a Free Kitchen Pail! Make Organics collection of food scraps easy! The SacGreenTeam has free kitchen pails for residents who receive Sacramento County Waste Management & Recycling Curbside Collection Service. One per household and while supplies last. Bring your current CUBS utility bill or 2022-23 Service Guide to confirm your address to:

Collecting food scraps, food-soiled paper with yard trimmings is easy! Check out the weekly curbside Organics collection​ webpage! ​

July 2022 Green Waste Cart = Organics Cart: Starting July 2022, residential customer’s Green Waste cart becomes the Organics cart for weekly collection of all food scraps, food-soiled pa​per, and green waste/yard trimmings. Need to add, remove or exchange a cart? Use the CUBS Online Add/Remove Cart Form​. Learn more on the Residential Curbside Organics​ Page.

Never Miss Your Curbside Collection Again. DownLoad the App image. 

Never miss your curbside collection day!​  The app is available to download in the app stores for both Apple and Android devices.​​

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