Local Coast Haulers
In addition to hauling provided by the Oregon Parks & Recreation Department, US Forest Service, Washed Ashore Project, and various Public Works Departments, the following companies have participated in and served as Coordinating Sponsors of the SOLVE coastwide cleanups since 1984. These garbage and recycling companies provide free dumpsters and hauling services, and support countless additional SOLVE and community cleanup projects each year.
To learn more about these companies and to find out if you are in their service area, please visit their website or contact them directly.
Local Coast Haulers
Bandon Transfer and Recycling - Bandon, OR
CARTM - Manzanita, OR | (503) 368-7764
Central Coast Disposal – Florence, OR | (541) 902-7554
City Sanitary Service – Tillamook, OR | (503) 842-6262
County Transfer & Recycling – Florence, OR | (541) 997-8233
Curry County Disposal - Brookings, Gold Beach, Port Orford, OR | (541) 396-7623
Dahl Disposal, Inc. – Newport & Waldport, OR | (541)-563-3888
Douglas County - Reedsport, OR
Lane County - Florence, OR | (541) 682-4120
Les’ Sanitary Service – North Bend, Coos Bay, Lakeside, Bandon, & Powers, OR | (541) 267-2848
Lincoln County - Depoe Bay, Lincoln City, Newport, Siletz, Toledo. Waldport, Yachats, OR| (541) 265-4171
Nestucca Valley Sanitary Service – Hebo, Neskowin, Winema, Tierra Del Mar & Pacific City, OR | (503) 392-3438
North Lincoln Sanitary Service – Lincoln City, OR | (541) 994-5555
R Sanitary - Rockaway | (503) 355-2522
Recology Western Oregon (formerly Western Oregon Waste) – Astoria, Warrenton, Seaside, Nehalem Estuary, Nehalem Bay State Park, Gearhart, Tolovana Wayside & Cannon Beach | Clatsop County: (503) 861-0578 or Tillamook County, OR (866) 908-1183
Southern Oregon Sanitation – Reedsport, OR | (541) 479-5335
Thompson’s Sanitary Service – Newport, OR | (541) 265-7249
Tillamook County Solid Waste – Tillamook, OR | (503) 815-3975
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