Office Closed for Holiday
The office will be closed Monday in honor of the holiday. There will be no changes in the trash and recycle schedules.
Ashland On Call customers - Monday and Tuesday customers please be sure to call by Friday to ensure a pickup on your service day
New On Call Program Replaces Stickers
Exciting News for Ashland Only Customers!
Those of you who use the Sticker Program should have received a pre-recorded message from our office regarding the upcoming change to the popular program.
Hello, this is Recology Ashland calling to inform you of a change with the Sticker program. According to our records, you have used our popular sticker program for trash or recycling pickup either currently or in the past.We’re excited to announce that beginning April 1st you will no longer have to purchase stickers for future pickups.
In place of stickers, you will simply contact us to request an “on-call” pickup. Contact us at least 24 hours in advance of your normal pickup day by phone or online.
Cost is the same rate you currently pay per sticker. We will then bill you for each pickup during the quarter.
We will continue to honor any stickers that you currently hold, just use them as normal until they are gone.
Thank you and have a great day!
Changes to Your Account
Due to privacy and other legal concerns, we are unable to allow anyone who is not listed on the account to make any account changes or to request service changes. If you think you will have a need for others to make account changes for you from time to time, please contact our office to have them added as an authorized user.
Ashland's first 100% recycled content mosaic
Please stop by North Mountain Park to see the newly installed 100% recycled content mosaic.
Thanks to a collaboration between Ashland Parks, Recology Ashland and Sue Springer, this unique mosaic has helped make a new home for trash and recycle containers.
The mosaic has brick tile edges, glass bottles, caps, bicycle parts and much more. These discarded items were diverted from trash and recycling and instead, transformed into functional art.
It's only trash if that's how you treat it.