- Spring Leaf Pick-Up April 17th – May 5thSOS customers who are residents of Grants Pass and have our curbside yard debris service will be picked up weekly on your regular service day instead of every other week from April 17th - May 5th. These weekly pick-ups are reflected on your yearly yard debris service calendar.Not a customer of SOS or have more leaves than will fit in your yard debris cart? Josephine County Transfer Station and
- Jackson County Household Hazardous Waste EventSouthern Oregon Sanitation is a proud co-sponsor of the Jackson County Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Event. This year’s event is set for Saturday, May 6th, at Rouge Disposal & Recycling Transfer Station located at 8001 Table Rock Road. So, gather up your toxic products around your homes you no longer use and have them safely disposed of. Cost is only $5.00 for your first cubic yard! For
- Curbside Recycling is Included with Trash ServiceDid you know that curbside recycling is included with your residential trash service at no additional charge? You can place items such as; plastic bottles, jugs and tubs, aluminum foil and cans, paper and cardboard products all in the same commingle recycling cart - no need to sort them anymore! If you would like to find out if this service is offered in your area, please Read more
Southern Oregon Sanitation is a 60-year-old, family owned and operated business specializing in waste management systems. The firm’s key component is in residential waste. With 24,000 customers and the motto “Anything people want to get rid of, we want to be the solution,” the SOS team has not only established itself as the neighborhood garbage company, but also a pro-active business concerned about the environment. For example, the SOS management team has partnered with local businesses and organizations to promote safe and green waste systems. Partners include the DEQ, Rogue Waste and Southern Oregon Aspire, among others.
Over the years, SOS Sanitation has significantly increased its capacity to serve Josephine County and surrounding areas, including territories in Jackson County. The goal is to consistently develop approaches to waste management that are efficient, cos