Condo/Townhouse & Multi-family Options
Concord Disposal Service offers service to condos, townhouses and multi-family units. To find out the rates, please
call Customer Service at (925) 682-9113
or email us at CCRCustServ@garaventaent-ccr.com
The base Multi-Family (MF) service includes garbage, recycling, and yard waste. Customers must meet these requirements to qualify for Multi-Family service:
Must have more than four units
Must be on a single bill
Must have the same-size garbage cart
Bills are sent to management or the Homeowners Association.
Garbage: Within the MF basic service, customers have a choice of either a 32-, 64- or 96-gallon garbage cart. All customers within the Multi-Family complex must have the same-size garbage cart.
Recycling: Within the MF basic service, customers receive the blue 64-gallon recycling cart.
Yard Waste: Within the MF basic service, the customers receive the green 96-gallon cart.
Concord Disposal Service offers rental property tenant accounts depending on the property owner account status.
Starting New Service:
Service will be started on your scheduled pickup day once all documentation is received and verified. Documentation required to start new service must be submitted two business days prior to your first scheduled pickup. For example, if your scheduled first day of service is Wednesday, all paperwork must be submitted by Monday. If documents are not received by the deadline, your service may be delayed until the following week.
If you require an off-day delivery or pickup, a $20 fee will be assessed. Carts will be delivered on your first pickup day. We will collect up to five bags of garbage at the curb for this initial pickup.
New tenants are required to provide their rental/lease agreement and photo ID to start service. These items may be faxed, emailed, or dropped off directly at the office.
Our fax number is: 925-771-8345
Our email address: DataCenter@garaventaent-ccr.com
The rental agreement must be signed by both owner and tenant. All tenants listed on the agreement must be clear of disposal debts.
As long as there are no outstanding bills at the property we will open up an account for your new tenant. However, when there is an outstanding balance, we require the past due balance to be resolved before service will be re-started in the tenants name. Otherwise, the service must be started in the owner’s name.
These policies are based on two separate Municipal Codes.
Chapter 82-37 states, "All occupied premises within the city shall have refuse service as herein provided."
Chapter 62-35 states, “The owner of any premises within the city has the primary responsibility to keep said premises free of any public nuisance.”
While the tenant, lessee, or occupant of any premises may be billed for refuse service, ultimately it is the property owner that is responsible for the bill if the tenant, lessee or occupant does not pay, or is unable to pay the bill.
These codes can be found at the following web address in above referenced Chapters: Concord Municipal Code
If you have any questions please call our office at (925) 682-9113.
Rental Properties: We require new tenants to present a copy of the rental agreement before we start service. As long as there are no outstanding bills for the property, we will open the account. However, when there is an outstanding balance, we require service to be in the owner’s name.
Concord Municipal Code Section 82-37 states “all occupied premises within the city shall have refuse service.” While the tenant, lessee, or occupant of any premises may be billed for refuse service, it is the property owner who is responsible for the bill if the tenant, lessee, or occupant does not pay, or is unable to pay. Uncollected refuse accounts are the responsibility of the property owner.