Our Mission:

Providing the finest 
waste disposal 
and recycling services.

2011 Business of the Year Award Seal

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Oregon’s Recycling Markets

China proposed a global ban to stop accepting post-consumer plastics and unsorted paper by January 1, 2018.  Until recently, China has been the world’s largest importer of recycled paper and plastic. This announcement has severely disrupted recycling markets worldwide with major impact in Oregon.

The garbage & recycling haulers, recycled material processors, local government and DEQ are preparing for different possibilities and developing strategies to maintain recycling collection and processing where possible.

Residents are encouraged to continue recycling, but to stop “wishful recycling” which is putting an item into a recycling container that doesn’t belong, wishing it will be recycled.

Any items that are dirty or not on the list of materials accepted for recycling in your local market leads to contamination.  A good mantra to follow is, when in doubt, find out.

Customers can go to www.highcountrydisposal.com and download a recycling guide that lists what items are acceptable in your blue commingle recycling cart.  Please follow the recycling guide and remember keep all types of plastic bags and film out of your recycling carts.

For more information, call 541-548-4984.

City of Sisters FREE Residential Fall Cleanup

When: October 31 or November 1

High Country Disposal will provide free collection of yard debris, miscellaneous household waste and appliances on your regular collection day either Tuesday, October 31 or Wednesday, November 1. Collection is only for residents within the city of Sisters.

When and where to set out materials: Collection day will be the same day as regular garbage service, on Oct. 31 or Nov. 1. All material should be set out by 7:00 a.m. in the same general location as garbage roll carts.

 

What to set out:

  • Up to four cubic yards of yard debris and/or miscellaneous household waste. Please separate yard debris for recycling.

(Four yards = a regular pickup truck filled to the cab)

  • Up to four appliances. All appliances must be emptied of food, water, clothing, etc.

 

What not to set out:

Material / Items not accepted include: sod, dirt, rocks, large furniture (i.e. couches), mattresses, hazardous waste, chemicals, paint, tires, toilets, lawn mowers and heavy metal objects.  Branches cannot exceed 4’ in length or 4” in diameter.

 

Questions: Please contact High Country Disposal at (541) 548-4984.

 

25% Off Compost Sale

Monday, October 2 – Tuesday, 31, 2017, enjoy 25% off Bulk SoilBuilder and BioFine Compost.

Pick up your compost today and top-dress your lawn and mulch your plants. Compost is an essential ingredient to winterizing your lawn and garden.

BioFine – now $19 / yard. Save $7 per yard.

SoilBuilder – now $15 / yard. Save $5 per yard.

Main uses for compost include; soil amendment, mulch, lawn top dressing and potting soil.

Offer is valid on bulk SoilBuilder and BioFine compost only.

High Country Disposal is located at 1090 NE Hemlock Ave. in Redmond.  We offer self-haul or convenient delivery.

Compost hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.

For more information call 541-548-4984 or visit highcountrydisposal.com.

 

Help Support CAN Cancer at the Deschutes County Rodeo

The Deschutes County Rodeo is supporting CAN Cancer by helping us raise money at the rodeo.

When: Friday, August 4, 2017 at 6:45 pm

CAN Cancer volunteers will pass purple garbage cans throughout the stands asking spectators to donate their spare change.

CAN Cancer provides assistance to help cover non-medical living expenses for Central Oregonians fighting all forms of cancer. 100% of the funds raised goes directly to the patient.

For more information or to donate, please call 541-706-6996 or visit CANcancer.org

 

Solar Eclipse Special Operations

There will be no changes in your regular collection day but your collection times will change for garbage & recycling pick up.

Effective August 17 – August 22, 2017, collection times will begin at midnight (12:00 am) for garbage & recycling.

Please have your carts out or your containers accessible by 10:00 pm the night before your service day.

If you have any questions, please contact our office, 541-548-4984.