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Jackson County Recycling Partnership

Jackson County has a consortium of local governments and waste haulers called Jackson County Recycling Partnership, whom meet regularly to address state recycling mandates. This page houses information to help the public with their waste and recycling efforts.

Three Great Reasons to Recycle

  • Recycling helps us conserve natural resources like wood, water and minerals

  • Recycling saves energy

  • Recycling reduces emissions that contribute to global climate change

Solid Waste and Recycling Services – Residential & Commercial
Solid waste and recycling collections services are provided by Rogue Disposal & Recycling, Inc. (RDR)
Residential: Curbside recycling is picked up every other week. When signing up for trash collection you will have the option to receive a 65 gallon recycle cart. Follow this link to see what items are accepted for recycling.   

Commercial: Depending on your needs, RDR offers both cart and container options for commercial recycling.

Solid Waste and Recycling Drop-off:  Public solid waste and recycling drop off is available at Rogue Transfer and Recycling, LLC located at 8001 Table Rock Rd. in White City.

Household Hazardous Waste Disposal: Rogue Disposal, along with event co-sponsors, hosts an annual collection event in early May. Click here for more information. There is also information on Toxics Use and Hazardous Waste Reduction on DEQ’s website here!  

Jackson County Recycling Partnership (JCRP) is a consortium of local governments, waste haulers and citizen formed to promote education about the benefits of recycling, waste prevention, hazardous waste reduction, re-use recycling and composting throughout Jackson County. JCRP holds quarterly meetings. Click here to see the schedule

Interested in becoming a Master Recycler?  Each spring there is a training course that teaches    composting, local solid waste infrastructure, hazardous waste avoidance and much more! Check out the dates for the next training here.   

Helpful Links

Jackson County Website   
Bottle Drop- Oregon bottle bill redemption center information
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
Find out where you can take your unwanted latex and oil base paints
Electronic Waste Recycling

Prescription and over-the-counter medication disposal – see where you can drop off your unwanted medications locally   

Additional Department Information

Homepage Department Contacts

411 W. 8th Street, Room 310
Medford, OR 97501
Phone: (541) 774-2000
Contact: City Hall

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