Waste & Garbage Services in San Diego, CA
EDCO is a Family Owned & Locally Operated waste collection and recycling firm, serving numerous communities in Southern California since 1967. The EDCO family of firms specialize in providing integrated, user-friendly waste removal and recycling programs to serve domestic homes, multi-family properties, commercial businesses, multi-tenant buildings, industrial centers, construction sites, and community events.
read moreSince 1967, family owned and operated EDCO has served the integrated waste and recycling needs of California communities. Built on the fundamental philosophy of providing superior customer service with a "We'll Take Care of It" approach, the EDCO team embraces its unique role as an innovative, experienced and committed premium service provider. With a focus on recycling, EDCO has developed an extensive network of Material Recovery Facilities, Construction and Demolition Processing Facilities, Commingled Recycling Processing Centers, Buyback Centers and Household Hazardous Waste Collection Centers that are collectively designed to maximize recovery efforts.
read moreThree-cubic-yard bins (approx.) are the standard refuse containers used by most commercial and industrial businesses. Bins provide an efficient and sanitary method of refuse disposal. Our monthly charge includes service of the bins at your desired frequency (once a week minimum), disposal site fees, and periodic reconditioning of the containers.
Commercial Services Overview
read moreSince 1967, our commitment to superior service has offered customers peace of mind on collection day. Our service team provides a level of commitment, integrity, and personal attention that a family owned and locally operated company takes pride in offering.
read moreEDCO offers recycling programs that allow your tenants to collect a variety of recyclable materials. To ensure program success, your Service Representative can provide bilingual educational materials to support your program. In October of 2014 California adopted Assembly Bill 1826, requiring all businesses to recycle their organic waste beginning April 1, 2016. The phase-in of this mandate helps California to achieve its overall waste diversion (75% by 2020) and greenhouse gas emission reduction goals.