121 W 5th St
Holtville, CA 92250
P: 760-356-2912
F: 760-356-1863
8am–12pm & 1pm–5pm


The City of Holtville provides water distribution and sewer collection services to its residents and businesses, as well as contract billing for trash disposal service through CR&R, Inc.

Utility services can be connected at the Utility Department at City Hall:

    121 W Fifth St
    Holtville, CA 92250

Standard Residential Utility Rates within City Limits.

Additional charge for excess usage
Additional charge for excess usage
Current UUT

Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling

Businesses generating 2 cubic yards of organic waste per week, must recycle their organic waste. The law includes schools, hospitals, stores, restaurants, for-profit or non-profit organizations, as well as residential dwellings with 5+ units. These new requirements will be phased in over several years and will help California recycle 75 percent of its generated waste by 2020.

Landfill gas created by decomposing organic wastes is a significant source of greenhouse gas. This law helps California achieve its aggressive recycling and greenhouse gas emission goals and address climate change. Despite the state's robust and traditional recycling infrastructure, organic materials (yard trimmings, food scraps and soiled paper) make up 41% of the remaining waste stream. Redirecting these resources to composting and digesting operations, will save landfill space, generate energy, reduce emissions, and restore soils.

Businesses can meet the mandatory requirements through any of the following:

  • Separate organic wastes and contract a waste recycling service to collect and recycle organics.
  • Recycle organics on site, or haul organics off site for processing.
  • Subscribe to a waste recycling service that separates organics from mixed waste and recycles the organics.
Visit the CalRecycle website to learn more about California's Mandatory Organics Recycling Law.

Mandatory Recycling for Business & Multi-Family Dwelling

In January 2012, Assembly Bill 341 (AB 341) was signed into law in California to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. AB 341, also called the 'Mandatory Commercial Recycling Regulation,' requires businesses and multi-family residential dwellings of five units or more, that generate four or more cubic yards of commercial solid waste per week to implement recycling programs, on or after July 1, 2012. The regulatory approach to this legislation has been designed to be extremely flexible

The goal is to divert 75% (previously 50%) of California's waste stream away from the landfill and instead towards recycling by the year 2020.

Calculate your recycling impact! The Commercial Climate Calculator or C3 is a tool to help businesses reduce the amount of money spent on waste hauling services, lower their greenhouse gas emissions, and keep reusable and recyclable material out of landfills.

Here are just a few of the many materials that are able to be recycled:

  • Aluminum Cans and Foil
  • Magazines
  • Tin Cans
  • Cardboard
  • Plastic #1-7
  • Glass Bottles and Jars
  • Paper
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