Residential Waste & Recycling

Residential Waste & Recycling Overview

Residential solid waste and recycling collection is administered by the City through a contractual agreement with Burrtec Waste and Waste Management. Burrtec services a majority of the City, while Waste Management services a small area on the west side of the City. To find out who your waste hauler is, review the map (PNG) which illustrates the service area for each hauler.

Household Hazardous Waste

The Riverside County Department of Waste Resources may also have information for residents seeking to dispose of certain kinds of hazardous or large waste objects. Visit the public page for the Riverside County Department of Waste Resources.

Battery Disposal

City Hall provides a secure battery disposal bin that can accommodate common household batteries. Large batteries such as car batteries, mobile home batteries, etc. should be disposed of in accordance with the direction given by the Riverside County Department of Waste Resources.

Bulky Item Pick-up

Each waste hauler operating within the City of Jurupa Valley provides curbside bulky item pickup services to households up to two (2) times per year at no additional charge. Residents can call their respective waste hauler to schedule a bulky item pickup. 

Schedule a bulky item pickup with:

  • Burrtec at (951) 786-0639
  • Waste Management at (800) 266-7551

Acceptable items include furniture, appliances, toilets, tree trunks, large branches, and electronics. Non-acceptable items include tires, batteries, paints, oils, construction debris, chemicals of any kind, rocks, sand, gravel, dirt, carpet, and hazardous or medical waste.

Residential Food Waste Disposal

Customers that are serviced by Waste Management in Jurupa Valley are able to place food waste in their green curbside container.  Typically used for the collection of "green waste" like grass clippings, tree trimmings, etc., Waste Management's green bin can now also accept food waste.  Food waste includes produce, meat, dairy products, baked goods, and food-soiled paper like coffee filters, napkins, paper plates, and tea bags.

Please see the Waste Management food waste flyer to learn more about how to use your green bin to dispose of food waste.

Note: At this time, this service is not available to Burrtec customers.