It’s never been easier to recycle than with commingling recycling.  If you live in the cities of Bend, Redmond, or Sisters and have curbside garbage service, you can recycle as well.

Contact your garbage hauler for further information on curbside recycling.

Bend Garbage & Recycling
Areas north of Greenwood/Newport Avenue and Tumalo
541-382-2263

Cascade Disposal
Areas south of Greenwood/Newport Avenue and Sunriver
541-382-6660

High Country Disposal
Redmond, Sisters and surrounding areas
541-548-4984

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