The Hood River Garbage office and transfer station are closed
Christmas Day (Dec 25) and New Year's Day (Jan1).
Collection routes will run on a one day delayed schedule.
Happy Holidays from all of us at Hood River Garbage!
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Serving Hood River County, Oregon for more than 20 years

News & Events

Hood River Garbage has been serving the residents and businesses of Hood River County, Oregon with waste management services for more than 20 years.

As part of our commitment to the communities we serve, this section of the website features upcoming events and useful articles.

If you have any questions, please complete our Contact Form or call 541-386-2272.


Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Events

Hood River Garbage works closely with the Tri-County Hazardous Waste and Recycling Program. Their program provides hazardous waste disposal and recycling education and outreach to households, businesses and farmers. 

Please check the calendar below for the next HHW collection event in your area.  And, to learn what HHW items they accept at the collection events visit Tri-County Hazardous Waste & Recycling.
WhenLocation of HHW Collection Event
May 19, 2017  9AM - 2PM Hood River Garbage Transfer Station
Jun 17, 2017  10AM - 2PM Cascade Locks, OR
Aug 18, 2017  9AM - 2PM Hood River Garbage Transfer Station
Sep 09, 2017  10AM - 2PM Odel, OR at Mid Valley Market
Nov 17, 2017  9AM - 2PM Hood River Garbage Transfer Station

Ag Producer Collection Events

Event Location
Nov 01, 2017  10AM - 2PM Hood River.  Mandatory pre-registration is required.  
Contact John with Stericycle at 360-772-2838.


Donate to Habitat ReStore

Hood River Garbage encourages residents and businesses to donate useful materials to the Columbia Gorge Habitat Restore in The Dalles, Oregon.  Everything that is donated to ReStore gets sold, recycled or redonated.  And, they offer pickup service just call 541-296-8817.

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Recycling Empty Aerosol Cans

Aerosol cans are fairly simple – the can is made of steel or aluminum and contains a product – like hair spray, shaving cream, or paint - to be dispensed. The can is then pressurized with a propellant that, when released from the can, atomizes the product and produces a spray.

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