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Commercial and Industrial

WM offers tailored services for businesses of all types and sizes.

Clackamas County advisors provide free assistance, inside containers, educational posters, and trainings for staff in English and Spanish.

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Garbage Collection

Regardless of your company's size or industry we can create a custom waste pickup program that meets your needs and helps protect the environment.

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WM Northwest Recycling

Recycling - Required

In 2009 regional business recycling requirements took effect requiring all workplaces to recycle paper, plastic bottles and round containers, metal, and in a separate bin glass bottles and jars, post signs and train employees on what is recyclable.

Our experts work with your business to create customized recycling programs that improve operations, meet regulatory requirements and increase diversion rates.

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Commercial Food Waste Requirement and Compost Collection

A regional food waste requirement begins March 2022 and many businesses within the urban areas of Clackamas County and within the Metro boundary will need to comply by 2023. All businesses generating more than one 60-gallon roll cart of food scraps per week will be required to separate food scraps. WM and Clackamas County help your business meet this requirement.

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Construction, Demolition and Land Clearing Projects

Get your construction job done right with innovative solutions, time-tested expertise and the reliability of the nation's largest environmental solutions network.

  • For construction inquiries, contact Builders Direct at pbuilder@wm.com or call 800-963-4050.
  • For general inquiries and for more information, please contact 206-415-9674 (M-F 8 AM - 4:30 PM)

    WM offers a full range of custom disposal services.

    More information

    Please email WM Customer Service or call 800-808-5901 (M-F 7 am - 5 pm) for more information.

  • Click here for - Commercial Compost Guidelines

Click here to download - Container Guidelines

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