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Garbage and Recycling

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Waste Collection in Sausalito


Commercial Recycling & Composting

  • California Mandatory Commercial Recycling & Composting Laws AB341 & AB1826 were established to reduce solid waste generated by businesses 
  • AB 341 was adopted into California Law in 2012 to enhance systems that capture recyclable materials from the commercial sector
  • AB 1826, the Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling Bill, became effective January 1, 2016.
  • Learn About Complying with California Mandatory Commercial Recycling & Composting Laws AB341 & AB1826 by visiting Zero Waste Marin's website.

Green Waste

Hazardous Waste

  • The Marin Household Hazardous Waste Facility at 565 Jacoby Street in San Rafael accepts a wide variety of hazardous materials, such as:
    • Electronic products
    • Batteries
    • Light bulbs
    • Cleaning products
    • Auto care products
    • Pressurized containers
  • Hazardous waste may also be taken to the Novato Hazardous Waste Facility at 500 Davidson Street in Novato
  • There is also a collection bin for batteries in the central hallway on the main floor of Sausalito City Hall
  • The City of Sausalito hosts occasional e-waste collection events in the City Hall parking lot

Sustainability Commission

  • The Sustainability Commission consists of seven members appointed by the City Council
  • The mission of the Sustainability Commission is to support the City of Sausalito in its goal to improve our environment and minimize our ecological footprint
  • Mission areas include waste reduction, recycling, energy efficiency, and environmental sustainability


Phone Numbers

  • Bay Cities Refuse: (415) 332-3646
  • City of Sausalito Public Works: (415) 289-4113
  • Marin Household Hazardous Waste Facility: (415) 485-6806
Trash and recycling bins