Covid-19 Update from Caglia Environmental
Caglia Environmental is continuing to provide solid waste and recycling services to our commercial and residential customers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) actions and activities within our communities.
As always, we are committed to the safety and health of our employees and our customers. While providing services, our drivers are wearing gloves and sanitizing the interiors of their vehicles. Our business offices are now closed to the public but customers can still conveniently call IWS, CARTS and Redrock customer service to make credit card payments over the phone:
CARTS/IWS Customer Service: (559) 233-1158
IWS Dispatch: (559) 233-1159
Redrock Customer Service & Dispatch: (559) 665-7300
Customers may also make payments online: Pay Bill/Manage Services - CLICK HERE
Payment Mailing Addresses
CARTS/IWS mailing address: PO Box 446, Fresno CA 93709
Redrock mailing address: PO Box 310, Chowchilla CA 93610
We are monitoring recommendations from local jurisdictional authorities, the CDC, and WHO regarding new directives. Additionally, we are asking our employees to stay home if they are ill or not feeling well. If you have any questions, please call one of the Caglia Environmental business office numbers listed above or email us through this website’s contact page: CLICK HERE
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