The SCWMA is now Zero Waste Sonoma

As the joint powers authority for the unincorporated area and nine cities and towns in Sonoma County, we continue to be the local government authority on recycling and solid waste disposal. Zero Waste Sonoma exists to serve you: the residents and businesses of Sonoma County. We want to help you reduce, reuse, recycle, and discard all materials in the safest and most environmentally responsible way possible.

Zero Waste Sonoma will continue to provide programs in composting and Household Hazardous Waste (HHW), solid waste planning, as well as education and outreach. We will also continue to have a board with representatives from each of the ten member jurisdictions:

City of Cotati

City of Cloverdale

City of Healdsburg

City of Rohnert Park

City of Petaluma

City of Santa Rosa

City of Sebastopol

City of Sonoma

Town of Windsor

Unincorporated Sonoma County

Explore our new website: www.zerowastesonoma.gov. Get all your recycling or disposal questions answered by emailing . zerowaste@sonoma-county.org or calling our Eco-Desk at 565-DESK (3375).

Follow us on social media for giveaways (@zerowastesonoma). We will be at the City of Santa Rosa’s Earth Day on Stage event on Saturday, April 27. Post a picture of what you do in your daily life to achieve zero waste with the hashtag #zerowastesonoma, tag three friends, and you may go home with a set of stainless steel travel utensils with pouch, recycled-content tote bag, organic cotton t-shirt, and stainless steel to-go container!

https://www.facebook.com/zerowastesonoma/

https://www.instagram.com/zerowastesonoma/

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