The City of Moreno Valley Public Works Department is proud to serve residents by coordinating and/or providing direct solid waste disposal and recycling services. The City works in partnership with Waste Management of the Inland Empire, Riverside County and the California Department of Resources, Recycling and Recovery by participating in programs that conserve our natural resources, and providing programs that promote a healthier environment where we can live, work and play.
The Public Works Department continues to develop/implement effective and economically feasible source reduction programs, activities and policies for its residential, business and institutional customers. The selections to the left represent our department's efforts to provide you with the best available information and solutions to waste disposal and recycling.
Moreno Valley Solid Waste and Recycling Program
What's Going On - Upcoming Events
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event
Dates: Friday, September 26 & Saturday, September 27, 2014
Time: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Location: City Corporate Yard, 15670 Perris Blvd. (between John F. Kennedy Dr. & Iris Ave.)
Recycling Presentation - "Be a Green Hero"
The City is now offering an exciting interactive presentation to help educate the public about recycling and reducing your carbon footprint. This presentation is free to community groups and non-profit organizations. This presentation is tailored to meet the needs of all age groups: children, teens and adults. Contact 951.413.3109 in order to set up an appointment for a presentation. Sample a portion of the presentation by clicking the link below.
Recycling Market Development Zone (RMDZ)
The Recycling Market Development Zone (RMDZ) program incorporates recycling with economic development to energize new businesses, increase existing ones, create jobs, and divert waste from landfills.
This program provides attractive loans, technical assistance, and free product marketing to businesses that use materials from the waste stream to manufacture their products and are located in a zone. The zones cover roughly 88,000 square miles of California from the Oregon border to San Diego. For more information on the overall program, please visit the CalRecycle Web site.
The Riverside County RMDZ program is administered by the California Department of Resources, Recycling and Recovery to stimulate recycling and create jobs. For more information visit their Web site, Recycling Market Development Zone (RMDZ).