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The Eastern Material Recovery Facility (MRF) is one of the County’s key elements in meeting the state’s 50 percent waste reduction goal. All waste is sorted at this facility to recover valuable recyclable materials. The recovered materials are cleaned and sold throughout the world, helping to conserve natural resources.

Each year, Placer County residents residing in the Tahoe area are provided a voucher for free disposal of up to two yards (equivalent to the size of two standard pick-up truck beds) of mixed solid waste. Vouchers are distributed annually to residents who have had at least one year of continuous garbage collection service in the April billing and is valid through the month of June.


Tahoe area residents are serviced by the Tahoe Truckee Sierra Disposal and the Eastern Regional Materials Recovery Facility

900 Cabin Creek Road, off Highway 89
Truckee, CA
530-583-0148

The Materials Recovery Facility at the Eastern Regional Landfill in Truckee is open to accept waste Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Fees:

Mixed Solid Waste $77.50/ton or $9.00/cubic yard
Source Separated Inert Materials and Wood Wastes $5.90/cubic yard
Appliances Not Containing CFCs $10.75/each
(Including but not limited to microwaves, water heaters, stoves, washers and dryers)
Refrigerated Devices $39.00/each
(Including but not limited to, air conditioners, water coolers, refrigerators, & freezers)
Minimum charge $5
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