News & General Information

Important Links:
Portola Freecycle
is a grassroots community movement and nonprofit organization, based on the web [hosted by Yahoo], and made up of individual city groups that promote waste reuse among their members.
The "Bear" Facts
Learn some basic tips to help deter a bothersome bear.
Waste banned from the trash. Information on common items considered hazardous waste or universal waste(u-waste) according to the California Integrated Waste Management Board.

Graeagle Recycling Center Closing
September 26, 2008

Heads up also for all the recyclers in the Graeagle area. We will no longer have a recycling center (Buy Back) located at the Graeagle Transfer Station. We will be centralizing the recycling to the Delleker Recycling Center. We will continue to accept cardboard, newspaper, car waste oil, car batteries, used oil filtersÊand CRT's (computers, keyboards etc) at this site just will not be a CRV buy back Center on October 15, 2008.

Hazardous Waste Collection Event
October 18, 2008
Intermountain Disposal will host a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event annually. Click here for details.

Imporant Information
September 12, 2008
Please make sure your container is visible and accessible on pickup day. Place it curbside by 6 a.m. Snow removal in front of containers is the sole responsibility of the customer.

Ashes, sawdust, styrofoam "peanuts," offal and animal wastes (including litter) must be contained in a tied paper or plastic bag.

Do not place hot ashes, rocks, dirt, sod or concrete in your container. Cool ashes at least 72 hours before bagging for disposal.

Notify our office if you are moving or stopping service, since the account remains your responsibility until we are notified otherwise.

Vacation credits are given for a minimum of one month if our office is notified in advance. A restart charge is applied upon resuming service.

There is an additional charge for extra trash. Extra trash is any material over the "water level" (even with the top rim) of the container or material placed tor collection beside your container.

When using your own containers, please limit the size of garbage cans or bags to 32 gallons. The use of 45 gallons is not permitted..

Responsibility for loose pets or items left in or around the service area remains with the customer.

In the event of non-payment, the Company reserves the right to discontinue service with prior 15 day written notice. Further, in order to resume service, past due charges must be paid in full in addition to the restart and three months service in advance for residentials. For commercials, past due charges must be paid in full in addition to bin delivery, if applicable, and one month's service in advance.

The Company has available an agreement for customers who would like service on roads not maintained by the county, agreeing to hold harmless the Company and its employees from any damages, claims or other liability whatsoever caused by the attempt to maintain service.

Introducing the new IMD Website
March 15, 2008
Intermountain Disposal is proud to launch their new website. This site was developed to be educational, informative and user friendly with our customers in mind. This site will provide informative announcements of the upcoming free events that we offer to the communities such as:

  • Free Yard Waste Disposal
  • Household Hazardous Waste Event
  • Free E-Waste Disposal Event 
  • Recycling updates

It is our pleasure to offer this alternate source of information to our customers and the general public. 




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P.O. Box 1596 • Portola, California 96122-1596
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