Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

RecycleWorks program guiding document for the next 3 to 5 years is the Solid Waste Action Plan. The CBJ residential recycling and junk vehicle program is funded by a monthly fee on utility billings and an Alaska vehicle registration fee.  The recycled materials are shipped by barge to Seattle and then sold to various companies for processing and reuse.  Any revenue from the sale is then used to offset the costs of the program.

Commercial recycling permits are available for businesses, click here for an application.

Where Do I Recycle?

Capitol Disposal (Landfill)
5600 Tonsgard Blvd. (Map)

Recycling Hours:
Thursday – Friday
7am – 5pm
Saturday 8am – 5pm

(907) 780-7801

Valley Location
Riverside Drive, behind Thunder Mt. High School in back parking lot – Cardboard, plastics #1 and #2 only, aluminum, glass, tin, and mixed paper.

Downtown Location
Highland Dr., Juneau Douglas High School back parking lot – Cardboard, plastics #1 and #2 only, aluminum and mixed paper.

Statter Harbor
Next to Harbor office – Cardboard, plastics #1 and #2 only, aluminum and mixed paper.

Commercial Recycling Permits
Our Drop Off Recycling Program is supported by residential fees. If you are a business or commercial entity, a $100 annual fee is required to participate in our recycling programs. Download the application and pay the fee by check or cash only. Currently, we cannot accept credit cards for payment, we apologize for this.

Click here for the commercial application.

Residential Curbside Pickup up of Recycling and Garbage is owned, operated and managed by Alaska Waste, Waste Connections.

All information and inquiries can be directed to:
http://www.alaskawaste.net/
(907) 780-7800

The Capitol Landfill is owned, operated and managed by Waste Management

All information and inquiries can be directed to:
http://www.wm.com
5600 Tonsgard Court
(907) 780-7801