In the Community
Recology is proud to participate in or coordinate many community events, including tabling at festivals, farmers' markets, parades, compost giveaways, volunteering throughout San Francisco and community meetings!
Upcoming Events & Presentations
- Tours of Recology Facilities for Businesses. Learn about our San Francisco operations. Every 4th Thursday of the month. No more than 3 attendees per business please. Contact us to sign up.
- Tours of Recology Facilities for General Public. Learn about our San Francisco operations. Every 3rd Saturday and every 4th Wednesday of the month. Registration required. Limited to 10 people per organization. (415) 330-1415.
- Tours for San Francisco Unified School District. Contact the SF Department of the Environment at (415) 355-3700. Only available to San Francisco schools.
- Weekly Walk-In Workshops. Zero waste workshops for businesses starting in July. 2-7PM. More information coming soon.
Contact us to request Recology at your community meeting.
Art of Recology at SFO Museum - United Terminal 3. The exhibit featured the work of Bay Area artists produced through the Artist in Residence Program at Recology San Francisco.
Services in San Francisco
- We provide a wide range of resource recovery services in partnership with the City and County of San Francisco.
- We invest in infrastructure for materials recovery to help San Francisco achieve long-term sustainability.
Education & Outreach
Our WASTE ZERO rallying cry recognizes that it takes everyone's cooperation to create a sustainable world. Recology strives to support the communities where we live and work by providing educational opportunities like:
- The Artist in Residence Program at Recology San Francisco is a unique art and education program that provides Bay Area artists with access to discarded materials, a stipend, and a large studio space.
- The Environmental Learning Center at Recology San Francisco is a resource center, classroom, and gallery.
- Tours of Recycle Central® at Pier 96, the single-stream material recovery facility in San Francisco.
- Volunteering to improve our communities and our environmental awareness.
- Help sorting what goes in what bin through Whatbin.com.