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Waste and recycling must be regulated to the extent necessary to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public, to conserve disposal capacity, to meet state laws and to ensure cost effective public service.
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No, we accept applications year-round.
No, it expires June of every year and requires a new affidavit to be submitted.
Please note the exemption period is always July 1st through June 30th of the following year. Therefore, no matter what month you submit the exemption, it always expires on June 30th. Every household seeking an exemption must submit a new form prior to June 1st every year to prevent a lapse in exemption.
No. The affidavit is a legally binding document enforceable by the Eureka Municipal Code. Eureka Community Services will provide a new and updated form each exemption year which is subject to modifications to improve and streamline the program.
No, Please contact Recology to place your service on hold due to vacancy.
No. Enforceable by Eureka Municipal Code, unless exempt through this program, every household in Eureka has mandated curbside waste and recycling service by Recology. Once approved for exemption, billing will cease for the exemption period.
No, if you apply for exemption, you are opting out of any service with Recology.
No. This exemption program is specifically for households who generate such a small amount of waste that weekly curbside service is unnecessary and in turn are contributing to positive waste diversion efforts for our community. If you generate a significant amount of solid waste per week, you are not eligible for an exemption.
No, the exemption is voided as soon as service is reinstated.