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Trash Services
Chino Hills Trash Collection
The City of Chino Hills contracts with Republic Services for all trash and recyclable collection services in the City. Residential areas are provided with three 110-gallon collection bins: one for trash, one for recyclables, and one for green waste materials. Commercial customers have several disposal options depending on their needs and amount of waste generated. 

If you have questions regarding your residential trash services and have already established an 
account with the City of Chino Hills, please 
contact Republic Services at (866) 238-2444 or 
Girl rolling trash bin

visit their website for more information.  If you do not have an established account, please call the City of Chino Hills at (909) 364-2660 for assistance.   

If you have questions regarding commercial trash services, or need assistance determining the level of service that is right for your business, please contact Republic Services at (866) 238-2444 or visit their website for more information.  

Holidays That Affect Trash Collection

If your trash collection day falls on, or after a holiday listed below, your service will be delayed by one day.  For all other holidays, your trash collection will be on schedule. 
  • New Year's Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day            

Trash Pickup Schedule
Set Up Water, Sewer, and Trash Account
Residential Trash Collection Rates 

Bulky Item Pickup
Republic Services offers residents three “FREE” pickups per calendar year for bulky household items like stoves, washers and dryers that are too large to put in the regular trash bin.

Bulky Item Pick Up Information


Your support of “Chino Hills Recycles” is a big step towards solving our waste problems now and into the future. The Chino Hills Recycles automated waste collection and recycling program helps control the volume of waste dumped into our landfills.

Chino Hills Recycles was designed with you in mind and requires very little effort. The program provides three 100-gallon containers and requires you to separate your recyclables, yard waste, and trash prior to collection day.

Find Out More About Recycling
Household Hazardous Waste
Household Hazardous, Electronic (E-waste) or Universal Waste CANNOT be disposed of in your trash, recycle or green waste bins. San Bernardino County residents can take their Household Hazardous Waste to the San Bernardino County HHW Collection Center for disposal.

What is considered Household Hazardous Waste?
Other Helpful Trash Collection Information