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Holiday Schedule: No pickups Christmas Day or New Year's Day

Since Christmas Day and New Year’s Day are on a Tuesday, Monday pickups during this two week holiday period will still be on Monday — but all other pickups will run a day later than your usual pickup days. For more details, click here.

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Grounded podcast interviews Rogue Waste team to learn how the company is turning landfill biogas into renewable energy

In the November 2018 episode of Grounded —a podcast by the Oregon Department of Energy — the topic was landfill gas.

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Jenifer Stuber joins Rogue Waste Group

Earlier this year, Jenifer Stuber was named General Manager of the Dry Creek Landfill.

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Is now a good time to go to the Transfer Station?

Ready to bring your load to the Transfer Station but you want to know if it’s really busy? Now you can watch a live feed from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

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Need to get rid of milk jugs? Pool chemicals? Banana peels? Can’t remember if this is recycling or yard debris week?

Have something you want to dispose of or recycle but you’re not sure how? Forgot if this is red-lid or green-lid recycling week on your street? With Rogue Disposal & Recycling, there’s an app for that! All you need is a smartphone.

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Cleaner fuel for cleaner air: Rogue Clean Fuels CNG station now open

Blue skies and fresh air help make the Rogue Valley special – and we’d like to keep it that way. One way to do that is by using compressed natural gas (CNG) – the cleanest burning vehicle fuel on the market today. Rogue Clean Fuels has invested in a state-of-the-art CNG station that’s open to the public, including regional transportation fleets.

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Options for glass recycling

We recognize that the community needs more options for recycling glass now that it is no longer able to be mixed with other materials we collect curbside. So we have worked with local businesses in our community to create easily accessible glass depots where you can drop off your glass bottles and jars — any color, up to one gallon in size (no lids, please).

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