The latest news & announcements
TREATED WOOD WASTE (TWW)
New state laws categorize treated wood waste (TWW) as material that can no longer be accepted at some landfill sites.
Notice: Effective March 2021 both the Highway 59 and Billy Wright landfill sites can accept Treated Wood Waste (TWW) material.
SMART PHONE APP WILL HELP SORT YOUR TRASH
RWA has launched a new smart phone app to assist Merced County residents with managing their household waste. The ‘Merced Recycles’ app allows the user to input their home address so that a local trash pickup schedule can be generated for them; the schedule includes the option of sending personalized reminders to place bins out on the curbside for collection. More information
COVID-19 INFORMATION AND UPDATE:
RWA is closely following the guidance of the California Department of Public Health and Merced County Department of Public Health to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus). All waste disposal services provided by RWA remain unchanged at this time. For more information and updates, please refer to the County of Merced website: www.countyofmerced.com/coronavirus..
UPDATED GUIDELINES FOR LANDFILL CUSTOMERS