Welcome Douglas Disposal & Recycling

Serving the Greater Jacks Valley, Genoa, Topaz Lake, Gardnerville
and Minden areas of Nevada along with the Markleeville and Woodfords areas of California since 1978.

We are dedicated to providing reliable and efficient collection of solid waste for the residents and businesses within Douglas County, Nevada. We promote environmentally-friendly practices to reduce solid waste by diverting as much recyclable material as possible. 

Please remember all collection routes will operate on your normal collection day throughout the holidays, including Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

Residential customers, please place refuse at curbside by 5 a.m. on your pickup day. Thank you.

Douglas Disposal Main Office
1653 Lucerne Street, Suite A
Minden NV  89423
Phone: 775.782.5713
Monday -Friday
8am - Noon and 1pm to 5pm
Please contact the main office for information 
on services, facilities and recycling.

DDI...Proudly offers a wide range of recycling services.

Family owned and operated since 1962
Contact us 775.782.5713

Douglas Disposal 
Recycling Center
End of Pinenut Road, adjacent to 
the Transfer Station
Tuesday – Saturday
9 am to 4:30 pm
Closed Sundays, Mondays and 
major holidays

Recycling Drop Off Locations 
throughout the Carson Valley
  • Topaz Ranch Estates (TRE GID Parking)
  • Gardnerville Elementary School
  • Pa Wau Lu Middle School
  • Jacks Valley Elementary School
  • Douglas County Animal Shelter, Benefits D.A.W.G. (Aluminum Only)
  • Smiths Food and Drug Store, Benefits Boy Scout Troop 495 (Aluminum Only)
Douglas County 
Transfer Station
End of Pinenut Rd.
Tuesday – Sunday
9 am to 5 pm
Closed Mondays and major holidays
DDI Is Running 
A Pilot Curbside Recycling Program

Due to interest expressed by our customers and neighbors, Douglas Disposal and Recycling Services (DDI) is providing a pilot curbside recycling program in one neighborhood of our service area. Those current DDI customers are being provided with a 90-gallon tote with a blue lid. The pilot is limited to one neighborhood so that we can run a concentrated route for the program.

Referred to as “single stream recycling” all recyclables are placed together in a blue lidded tote. Paper products are bagged to reduce litter.

The totes will be picked up by a separate truck every other Thursday from February through July at which time the pilot program will end and the totes will be returned.

Recyclable materials will be sorted at a regional facility so that we can track participation rates, material types, weights, contamination levels and customer satisfaction. Acceptable recyclables are the same as those recycled at the Douglas County Transfer Station. Click here for a list of acceptable recyclable materials.

We appreciate the participation of these customers in this pilot recycling program as we look to gauge the interest for this type of program in the Valley.
Pilot Curbside Recycling Survey