About WM EarthCare™

WM EarthCare™ is closing the loop on organic materials in northern California. Through our parent company, USA Waste of California, Inc., we process more than a thousand tons of yard trimmings, food scraps and clean lumber debris daily in Alameda, Butte, Marin, San Clara, and San Joaquin counties.

Our conveniently located WM EarthCare Landscape Centers provide the added benefit of lowering the carbon footprint of our consumers. We integrate our hauling operations to deliver recycled product efficiently with the least associated carbon emissions. Plus, we work with third-party haulers to provide local delivery options.

Our commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions begins when we collect organic materials for recycling. Nearly 100 of our vehicles run on bio-liquefied natural gas (LNG), the lowest carbon fuel available. We produce bio-LNG locally at our Altamont Landfill (www.altamontlandfill.wm.com) in Livermore, CA. Bio-fuel is produced from landfill gas, a natural by-product of decomposing organic waste. By converting landfill gas to bio-fuel, we are closing the loop on existing waste in the landfill.


For other solutions and products, contact our WM EarthCare Specialist at

877-963-2784 | earthcare@wm.com

Customer Success Stories


WM EarthCare™ Compost Improves Yields and Provides Consistency in Farming

Using compost provides for larger and more consistent crop yields allowing the McManis Family Vineyards to maximize their acreage and better predict yearly production rates.


WM EarthCare™ Compost Makes Sustainable Farming Possible for Straus Home Ranch.

Straus Home RanchCompost derived from food scraps, food-soiled paper and landscape trimmings is the critical ingredient allowing ranchers in drought-prone areas to continue their livelihood while protecting the environment.


WM EarthCare™ Supports Our Communities with Compost Donations

Compost donations to Acta Non Verba in Oakland, Calif. enrich our communities by fostering sustainable gardening, informing residents about the importance of source separation and closing the loop on materials once destined for a landfill.