Residential & Commercial Services
Mid-Valley Disposal provides residential and commercial services for the community of Biola. Please contact Biola Community Service District for all changes to service levels: (559) 843-2657.
Residential Areas: Monday through Friday 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tips From Your Driver:
- Containers must be curbside by 6:00 AM.
- Set carts at least 3 feet apart
- Lids must close
- Containers cannot be blocked by parked vehicles
Bulky item collection is another form of temporary service that is provided by Mid Valley Disposal at a great low rate. Old or unused appliances, couches, mattresses, electronic waste, tires, or bagged trash that may be laying around your home. This service is provided at the convenience of our customers and removes the hassle of having to use a container or self-hauling your items to a location. Arrange for a pickup.
Residential customers can drop off garbage at a designated location up to Two (2) times per calendar year. Limited to single family residences and multiple family dwelling service recipients.
Mid Valley Disposal is closed in observance of the following federal holidays:
- New Year’s Day
- Thanksgiving Day
If one of these holidays fall on Monday to Friday, collection services will be delayed one day the remainder of that week.
Natural holiday trees are 100% recyclable!
Tips to ensure your tree is properly collected:
- Remove stands, ornaments, lights, and tinsel.
- Cut up your tree in half, or thirds, and place it in your yard waste container(s).
- Trees with flocking or fire retardants ARE NOT acceptable. Cut them in half, or thirds, and place them in your trash container.
The TRASH container is for non-recyclable trash such as Styrofoam, clothes, shoes, plastic bags, bathroom waste, diapers, aluminum/tin foil, chip bags, candy bar wrappers, cigarette butts, disposable gloves, foam to-go containers and cups, juice pouches, packaging peanuts, palm fronds, pet waste, succulents and cacti, yucca leaves, 5-gallon buckets, hose/rope and other solid waste materials considered to be no longer of use.
The RECYCLING container is for the collection of commingled recyclables such as mixed paper clean/flat cardboard, aluminum & tin cans, glass jars & bottles, recyclable plastics #1 #2 # 5 bottles & containers. DO NOT PUT NO FOOD WASTE, LIQUIDS, ORGANICS, PACKAGING PEANUTS, PET WASTE, TRASH, OR YARD TRIMMINGS.
The ORGANICS container is for collection of green waste including plant matter, tree trimmings, and yard trimmings, breads & grains, untreated wood, pasta & rice, fruits, vegetables, eggs shells, nutshells, food soiled paper, soiled cardboard, cooked meat/poultry/fish. NO BUILDING MATERIALS; CACTI, SUCCULENTS, or YUCCA; CONCRETE; DIRT; PALM FRONDS; PET WASTE; SAND; STONES; TRASH; OR TREE TRIMMINGS (LARGER THAN 4 INCHES IN DIAMETER OR 4 FEET IN LENGTH).
DO NOT DISPOSE OF HOT ASHES IN DISPOSAL CONTAINERSDO NOT PLACE IN CONTAINERS:
State law prohibits the disposal of hazardous material into your containers. Learn more about proper disposal options,
We also ask that you do not place bulky items, construction debris, electronic waste, or automotive parts in your containers. For bulky items disposal options, click here to go to intake forms.
The following is a list of items you should not place in your container:
- Automotive Parts
- Cleaning Products
- Construction & Demolition Waste
- Fluorescent Light Bulbs or Tubes
- Electronic Waste
- LED Lights
- Medical Waste
- Paints, Solvents, and Thinners
- Pesticides or Herbicides
- Pharmaceuticals/Over–the-Counter Medicines
- Pool Chemicals
- Radiological Waste
- Syringes or Sharps
- Used Motor Oil
Electronics can include those devices that utilize electrical wiring, plug into an electric outlet, or take a battery or light bulb. Examples include (but are not limited to): computers and accessories, circuit boards, extension cords, flashlights, microwaves, phones, stereos, and televisions. Arrange for a pickup.
Waste material generated during the construction, renovation or demolition of a building or structure cannot be placed in your curbside containers. California law requires that all nonhazardous construction and demolition waste be recycled and/or salvaged for reuse. The most common materials are: concrete, dirt, wood, drywall, asphalt shingles, and asphalt pavement. Mid Valley Disposal has roll-off bins in a variety of sizes to fit your construction and demolition disposal needs. To arrange for delivery of a roll off, click here.
We have made it convenient for you to contact us about whatever question or request you may have.