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Curbside Service Information

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Pittsburg

Recycling

  • Aerosol Can - Empty
  • Aluminum Foil & Pans - Clean
  • Cardboard
  • Food Service Ware - Plastic Clamshells/To-Go Containers/Trays
  • Glass Bottles & Jars - Non-CRV
  • Glass Bottles - CRV
  • Newspaper
  • Paper
  • Paper Carton Containers - Plastic-coated
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  • Aerosol Can - Empty
  • Agricultural Plastics & Film
    Plastic film must be bagged before placing in cart.
  • Aluminum Cans - CRV
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Aluminum Foil & Pans - Clean
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Beverage Containers - Mixed
    Bottles and cans are ok for recycling if empty, clean and dry, but pouch and shelf stable (aseptic) cartons go in garbage cart.
  • Bimetal Cans - CRV
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Bimetal Cans - Non-CRV
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Books - Hard Cover - Non-working
    Only recycle the paper pages. Bindings and covers should go in the garbage due to the adhesives on them.
  • Books - Soft Cover - Non-working
    Only recycle the paper pages. Bindings and covers should go in the garbage due to the adhesives on them.
  • Cardboard
    Clean, empty, and dry items. Please flatten boxes before placing them inside your recycle cart.
  • Cardboard - Wet
    If wet from rain, dry out and then it may go in recycling. If food-soiled, place in Garbage cart.
  • Egg Cartons - Paper - Clean
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Egg Cartons - Plastic
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Envelopes - Paper
    Any plastic windows must be removed.
  • Ferrous Scrap Metal/Steel
    When you call to schedule one of your curbside pick-ups, you can now schedule ONE bulky item which may include either an appliance, large furniture, or an electronic. Item cannot weigh more than 200 pounds and must be set out curbside on the scheduled pick-up day. You may also call in to schedule a pick-up of small metal scrap items and cast aluminum one time per year.
  • Food Service Ware - Plastic Clamshells/To-Go Containers/Trays
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Food Service Ware - Plastic Cups & Plates
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Food Service Ware - To-Go Cup Lids
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Frozen Food Boxes
  • Glass Bottles & Jars - Non-CRV
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Glass Bottles - CRV
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Greeting Cards - Musical/Electronic Piece
    Remove battery and electronic element, which is hazardous and should be taken to an HHW facility. Recycle the paper card if free of plastic and/or metallic decoration (trash).
  • Junk Mail Opt-Out
    Recycle junk mail. Use services to opt-out of junk mail - catalogs, magazines, phone books, mailers, flyers, etc.
  • Magazines
    No food contaminated paper, foil paper or thermal paper. Staples and tape are ok.
  • Metal Bottle Caps
  • Metal Cans - Non-CRV
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Metal Jar Lids
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Metal Pipe
  • Moving Boxes & Packing Materials
    Consider reusing and donating whenever possible. Remove all packing material, flatten boxes and place in your recycle cart. Recycle paper packing material. Dispose plastic packing material in garbage.
  • Newspaper
  • Non-ferrous Scrap Metal
    When you call to schedule one of your curbside pick-ups, you can now schedule ONE bulky item which may include either an appliance, large furniture, or an electronic. Item cannot weigh more than 200 pounds and must be set out curbside on the scheduled pick-up day. You may also call in to schedule a pick-up of small metal scrap items and cast aluminum one time per year.
  • Paper
  • Paper - Shredded
    Put shredded paper in a paper bag and staple or tape bag securely and place in recycling cart.
  • Paper Bags
    No food contaminated paper, foil paper or thermal paper. Food-soiled paper bags go in garbage cart.
  • Paper Carton Containers - Plastic-coated
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Paperboard Boxes/Tubes
  • Phonebooks
  • Pill Bottles - Empty
  • Pizza Box - Non-greasy
    Must be clean. If contaminated with food or oil, it must go in the garbage.
  • Plant Pots - Plastic
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Plastic Bags
    Put bags into a plastic bag, tie and place in recycling cart.
  • Plastic Bottle - CRV
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Plastic Bottle - Non-CRV
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Plastic Bucket
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Plastic Film & Wrap
    Put plastic film and wrap into a plastic bag, tie and place in recycling cart.
  • Plastic Lids & Caps - Bottles and Jars
    Caps reattached to empty plastic bottles may be recycled. Small loose caps and lids will not be captured for recycling, so they should be placed in the garbage cart.
  • Plastic Wide Mouth Container
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Pots & Pans - Non-working
    Must be empty, clean and dry.
  • Rigid Plastics
    Must fit in recycle cart with lid closed.
  • Scrap Metal
    Must fit in recycle cart with lid closed. When you call to schedule one of your curbside pick-ups, you can now schedule ONE bulky item which may include either an appliance, large furniture, or an electronic. Item cannot weigh more than 200 pounds and must be set out curbside on the scheduled pick-up day. You may also call in to schedule a pick-up of small metal scrap items and cast aluminum one time per year.
  • Water Bottles - Reusable
    Recycle poor or damaged condition metal and plastic bottles. Donate clean, good condition bottles for reuse.
  • Wrapping Paper - Non-Metallic

Organics

  • Paper Towels & Napkins
  • Yard Trimmings & Plant Debris
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  • Compostable Plastic Bags - BPI Certified
  • Corks - Natural
  • Paper Straws
  • Paper Towels & Napkins
  • Straw/Hay
  • Wood - Untreated
    Must fit in organics cart with lid closed.
  • Wood Chips
  • Wood Scraps - Untreated
    Must fit in organics cart with lid closed.
  • Yard Trimmings & Plant Debris
    Must fit in organics cart with lid closed.

Garbage

  • Aseptic Packs
  • Condiment/Toiletry Packets - Empty
  • Egg Cartons - Paper - Soiled
  • Food Scraps
  • Food Service Ware - Compostable - BPI Certified Products
  • Food Service Ware - Paper Products - Uncoated
  • Food Service Ware - Plastic Utensils
  • Glassware - Decorative & Kitchen - Non-working
  • Light Bulbs - Incandescent/Halogen
  • Packing Peanuts - Styrofoam
  • Pizza Box - Greasy
  • Snack Packaging - Composite Film
  • Sponges - Synthetic
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  • 6-Pack Rings
    Cut loops to protect wildlife from getting tangled.
  • ABS Plastic
  • Air Mattress - Non-working
  • Arts and Crafts Supplies & Materials
    Consider reusing or donating.
  • Aseptic Packs
  • Ashes - Grill/Fireplace
    Cold ashes only. Put in tied plastic bag prior to placing in Garbage cart.
  • Auto Glass
    Small amounts that fit in cart with lid closed are ok in curbside garbage. (Check with your curbside hauler for weight limits.)
  • Auto Upholstery - Non-working
    Small amounts that fit in cart with lid closed are ok in curbside garbage.
  • Balloons - Used
  • Bathroom Fixtures
    Consider reuse first.
  • Beverage Containers - Mixed
    Bottles and cans are ok for recycling if empty, clean and dry, but pouch and shelf stable (aseptic) cartons go in garbage cart.
  • Bicycle - Scrap & Parts
    Small amounts that fit in cart with lid closed are ok in curbside garbage.
  • Blueprint Paper
  • Books - Hard Cover - Non-working
    Only recycle the paper pages. Bindings and covers should go in the garbage due to the adhesives on them.
  • Books - Soft Cover - Non-working
    Only recycle the paper pages. Bindings and covers should go in the garbage due to the adhesives on them.
  • Bricks - Broken
    Small amounts that fit in cart with lid closed are ok in curbside garbage. (Check with your curbside hauler for weight limits.) Request a C&D Debris box if too heavy or too much for the garbage cart.
  • Bubble Envelopes - Paper or Mylar
  • Bubble Envelopes - Plastic
  • Bubble Wrap
  • Burlap
  • Cables & Wires - Non-working
  • Camera Film & Slides
  • Cardboard - Foil-lined
  • Cardboard - Waxed
  • Cardboard - Wet
    If wet from rain, dry out and then it may go in recycling. If food-soiled, place in Garbage cart.
  • Cassette & VHS Tapes - Commercially Made - Working
    Consider donating first.
  • Cassette & VHS Tapes - Non-working
  • CD/DVD - Non-working/Non-commercial
  • CD/DVD Jewel Cases
  • Ceiling Tile
    Small amounts can be placed in the garbage cart.
  • Christmas Lights - Non-working
  • Christmas Trees
    Please place your Christmas Tree at the curb on your green waste collection day and it will be picked up at no additional charge. Trees may be up to 3 feet in length. If your tree is longer than 3 feet, please cut the tree before placing the pieces next to your green waste cart. Remove all tinsel, lights, decorations, tree stands and plastic bags from Christmas trees prior to collection. Flocked trees cannot be recycled and must be disposed of as garbage — consider using an artificial flocked tree that can be reused year after year.
  • Cigarette Waste
  • Cleaning Wipes - Used
    Do not flush. Wipes are made from plastic resins, do not degrade in compost, and clog pipes.
  • Clocks & Watches - Non-working
  • Cloth Diapers & Accessories
    Place in garbage when no longer in usable condition.
  • Clothes Hangers - Metal - Working
    Some local dry cleaners will accept metal hangers for reuse.
  • Clothes Hangers - Non-working
  • Clothing - Poor Condition
  • Clothing - Undergarments - Non-working
  • Coffee Pods - Compostable
  • Coffee Pods - Metal/Plastic
  • Condiment/Toiletry Packets - Empty
  • Corks - Plastic/Synthetic
  • Dead Animals
    For information on reporting a deceased animal on public property, visit: https://www.contracosta.ca.gov/7398/Report-a-Deceased-Animal
  • Disposable Diapers & Wipes - Used
    All used single-use diapers & wipes, including compostable ones, belong in the trash. Wipes clog pipes! Do not flush. Compostable diapers are only compostable when picked up by a service that provides special conditions and the resulting compost is not used for food growing.
  • Dryer & Vacuum Lint
    This is landfill due to plastic micro-fibers from textiles and carpets.
  • Egg Cartons - Paper - Soiled
  • Espresso Machines - Non-working
  • Eyeglasses
    If eyeglasses are broken, put in the garbage cart. If not broken, consider reuse.
  • Facial Tissues - Used
  • Fire Hoses - Non-working
  • Flooring - Non-working
    Small amounts can be placed in garbage.
  • Foam Padding
    Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed.
  • Food Scraps
  • Food Service Ware - Compostable - BPI Certified Products
  • Food Service Ware - Paper Products - Poly-coated
  • Food Service Ware - Paper Products - Uncoated
  • Food Service Ware - Plastic Utensils
  • Food Service Ware - Styrofoam Products
  • Food Service Ware - Wood/Bamboo Products
  • Game Cartridges - Non-working
  • Gel Ice Packs
    Dispose intact, don't put down drain.
  • Gift Tissue Paper
  • Glassware - Decorative & Kitchen - Non-working
  • Grandma's Fruitcake
  • Hair and Fur Trimmings
  • Hardware & Fasteners
  • Hearing Aids
    Remove batteries before putting in garbage.
  • Hoses - Garden/Rubber - Non-working
  • Houseware - Non-working
  • Insulation - Used
    Small amounts can be placed in the garbage.
  • Jewelry
    Consider donating first if reusable.
  • Jewelry - Non-working
    Consider reuse or repair before disposal. Metal jewelry can be taken to special recyclers.
  • Keys
  • Kitchen Fixtures
    Consider reuse first.
  • Knives & Shears - Non-working
  • Lab Glassware - Poor Condition
  • Lab Plastics - Used
  • Lava Rock
    Consider reuse first. Small amounts that fit in cart with lid closed are ok in curbside garbage. (Check with your curbside hauler for weight limits.)
  • Lead Paint Chips
  • Lead-Painted Materials
    Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed. If too big for cart, request a bulky item pickup. When you call to schedule one of your curbside pick-ups, you can now schedule ONE bulky item which may include either an appliance, large furniture, or an electronic. Item cannot weigh more than 200 pounds and must be set out curbside on the scheduled pick-up day.
  • Leather Remnants & Scraps
  • Light Bulbs - Incandescent/Halogen
  • Lighting Fixtures - Non-working
  • Linens/Blankets/Towels - Poor Condition
    Consider donating blankets and towels to animal shelters.
  • Luggage - Non-working
    Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed.
  • Manure
  • Medals/Trophies/Ribbons
  • Microscopes & Accessories - Non-working
  • Mirror - Broken
  • Mixed Debris
  • Moving Boxes & Packing Materials
    Consider reusing and donating whenever possible. Remove all packing material, flatten boxes and place in your recycle cart. Recycle paper packing material. Dispose plastic packing material in garbage.
  • Musical Instruments & Gear - Non-working
    Consider repair before disposal.
  • Nail polish - Empty
    Use up nail polish, trade with friends, or bring to your local HHW facility as most nail polishes contain toxic chemicals.
  • Packaged Food - Expired/Non-working
  • Packaged Foodgrade Liquids - Expired/ Non-working
  • Packing Peanuts - Starch-based
    Place foam peanuts in a tied plastic bag prior to placing in garbage cart. Collect for future reuse, packaging or art projects. May be dissolved in hot water and poured in garden.
  • Packing Peanuts - Styrofoam
    Place foam peanuts in a tied plastic bag prior to placing in garbage cart.
  • Paint Cans & Buckets - Empty & Dry
  • Paper - Carbon
  • Paper - Plastic Laminated
  • Paper Bags
    No food contaminated paper, foil paper or thermal paper. Food-soiled paper bags go in garbage cart.
  • Paper Bags - Polycoated
  • Paper Receipts - Thermal
  • Personal Care & Beauty Packaging - Empty
  • Pet Waste
  • Photographs
  • Pillows - Poor Condition
  • Pizza Box - Greasy
  • Plant Pots - Broken
  • Plastic Corrugated Signs
  • Plastic Lids & Caps - Bottles and Jars
    Caps reattached to empty plastic bottles may be recycled. Small loose caps and lids will not be captured for recycling, so they should be placed in the garbage cart.
  • Plastic Packaging - Blisterpak
  • Plastic Strapping
  • Plastic Straws
  • Plastic Tarps
  • Plate Glass
    Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed.
  • Plumbing Fixtures & Supplies
  • Polyester Batting/Filling
  • Pool Cover - Non-working
    Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed.
  • Purses & Backpacks - Non-working
  • PVC
  • Radios - Non-working
    Remove batteries prior to disposal.
  • Records
    Consider donating.
  • Reusable Bags
    Ripped or torn fabric bags.
  • Rubber Bands
  • Rubber Items
  • Rugs & Mats - Non-working
  • Sawdust - Composite Wood/Painted Wood
    Put sawdust in a tied plastic bag prior to placing in garbage cart.
  • Sawdust - Untreated Wood
    Put sawdust in a tied plastic bag prior to placing in garbage cart.
  • Shoes - Poor Condition
  • Shower Curtain Liners - Non-working
  • Single-use Personal Care & Beauty Products - Used
  • Single-use Personal Protective Equipment - Used
    Cut loops when disposing of masks, as wildlife are getting tangled, similar to 6-pack rings.
  • Small Household Appliances - Non-working
  • Snack Packaging - Composite Film
  • Sponges - Natural
  • Sponges - Synthetic
  • Sporting Goods - Non-working
    Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed.
  • Strawberry Baskets - Plastic
  • Stuffed Animals
    Poor, damaged condition.
  • Styrofoam Blocks
  • Styrofoam Sheets
  • Tape - Used
  • Tea Bags
  • Telephones
    Phones that don't use batteries and don't have displays may be put in the garbage.
  • Tennis Balls - Non-working
  • Tents and Outdoor Gear - Non-working
    Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed.
  • Tile
  • Tire/Rubber Scraps
    Small amounts are ok in garbage.
  • Tools & Accessories - Garden - Non-working
    Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed.
  • Tools & Accessories - Hand - Non-working
  • Tools & Accessories - Power - Non-working
    Remove battery prior to disposal. Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed.
  • Toys & Games - Non-working
  • Toys & Games - Plastic Parts Only
  • Toys & Games - With Electronics - Non-working
    Remove battery prior to disposal.
  • Transparency Film Plastic
  • Typewriters - Non-working
  • Tyvek
  • Vacuum Cleaner Bags & Filters
    Used condition. Donate new/unused vacuum cleaner bags and filters.
  • Water Filters
  • Wax & Parchment Paper
  • Wigs
    Poor, damaged condition.
  • Window Treatments - Non-working
  • Wood - Engineered/Composite
    Pieces of wood need to be cut 3' or shorter in order to fit in the trucks. Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed.
  • Wood - Painted
    Pieces of wood need to be cut 3' or shorter in order to fit in the trucks. Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed.
  • Wrapping Paper - Metallic

Additional Curbside Services:

Special Items

Mt. Diablo Resource Recovery (MDRR)
925-682-9113

Two (2) On Call Curbside Pick-ups: Residential customers can schedule 2 pick-ups per calendar year, free of charge, of up to 12 bags of garbage or yard debris not weighing more than 50 lbs per bag. Please call to schedule your extra pick-up  (on your regularly scheduled pick-up day). No Household Hazardous Waste, e-Waste, dirt, concrete, rock or construction and demolition material.

Curbside Battery Pick-up: Residential customers can call in to request battery pick-up. Please place batteries in a plastic bag or closed container with a label that says, “Batteries” and place it next to your brown garbage cart. Only Household Batteries, NO Automobile Batteries.

Curbside Oil Pick-Up: Residential customers can call in to request an Used Motor Oil and Oil Filter pick-up. First call to request a free 6-quart oil recycling container, which will be dropped off to you. Once it is full, call to request pick-up.

Curbside CFLs Pick-Up: Residential customers can call in for CFL (compact fluorescent lights) pick-up. Please place CFLs in a plastics bag or a container with a label that says, “Lights” and place it next to your brown garbage cart. Please note, CFLs larger than 3 ft. must be taken to your local Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) facility.

The following items are eligible for curbside pickup, but should not be placed inside any of your carts. Please see notes for pickup details.

  • Batteries - Household - Non-rechargeable
    Customers must call in for a battery pick-up. Please place batteries in a plastic bag or closed container with a label that says, “Batteries” and place it next to your brown garbage cart. Only household batteries. Please, no automobile batteries.
  • Batteries - Household - Rechargeable (up to 5 lbs)
    Customers must call in for a battery pick-up. Please place batteries in a plastic bag or closed container with a label that says, “Batteries” and place it next to your brown garbage cart. Only household batteries. Please, no automobile batteries.
  • Christmas Trees
    Please place your Christmas Tree at the curb on your green waste collection day and it will be picked up at no additional charge. Trees may be up to 3 feet in length. If your tree is longer than 3 feet, please cut the tree before placing the pieces next to your green waste cart. Remove all tinsel, lights, decorations, tree stands and plastic bags from Christmas trees prior to collection. Flocked trees cannot be recycled and must be disposed of as garbage — consider using an artificial flocked tree that can be reused year after year.
  • Ferrous Scrap Metal/Steel
    When you call to schedule one of your curbside pick-ups, you can now schedule ONE bulky item which may include either an appliance, large furniture, or an electronic. Item cannot weigh more than 200 pounds and must be set out curbside on the scheduled pick-up day. You may also call in to schedule a pick-up of small metal scrap items and cast aluminum one time per year.
  • Light Bulbs - CFLs
    Customers must call in for CFL’s (compact fluorescent lights) pick-up. Please place CFL’s in a plastics bag or a container with a label that says, “Lights” and place it next to your brown garbage cart.
  • Motor Oil
    Call to request a free 6-quart oil container. MDRR will drop one off to you. Once it is full, call MDRR and they will pick it up.
  • Non-ferrous Scrap Metal
    When you call to schedule one of your curbside pick-ups, you can now schedule ONE bulky item which may include either an appliance, large furniture, or an electronic. Item cannot weigh more than 200 pounds and must be set out curbside on the scheduled pick-up day. You may also call in to schedule a pick-up of small metal scrap items and cast aluminum one time per year.
  • Oil Filters
    Call for pick-up instructions.
  • Scrap Metal
    Must fit in recycle cart with lid closed. When you call to schedule one of your curbside pick-ups, you can now schedule ONE bulky item which may include either an appliance, large furniture, or an electronic. Item cannot weigh more than 200 pounds and must be set out curbside on the scheduled pick-up day. You may also call in to schedule a pick-up of small metal scrap items and cast aluminum one time per year.

Bulky Pickup

Mt. Diablo Resource Recovery
925-682-9113

Residential customers can call to schedule one of the two annual on-call curbside pick-ups, for ONE bulky item which may include either an appliance, large furniture, or an electronic. Item cannot weigh more than 200 pounds and must be set out curbside on the scheduled pick-up day.

Residential customers may also call in to schedule a pick-up of small metal scrap items and cast aluminum one time per year.

  • Air Conditioner - Non-working
  • Audio & Visual Equipment - Non-working
  • Baby Furniture & Equipment - Non-working
  • Barbeque Grill - Non-working
  • Bath Tub
  • Bicycle - Non-working
  • Boat Upholstery - Non-working
  • Cameras & Camcorders - Non-working
  • Child Car Seats - Non-working/Expired/Accident
    Contact hauler for details. Retailers such as Target and Walmart usually hold an annual car seat recycling event during the month of September. If possible, please hold, and contact the retailers for confirmation and event dates.
  • Christmas Trees - Artificial
  • Computer Accessories - Non-working
  • Computer Monitors - Non-working
  • Computers - Non-working
  • Copy Machines - Non-working
  • Dental Chair - Non-working
  • Dishwasher - Non-working
  • Doors
  • Drums - Metal
  • Drums - Paper
  • Drums - Plastic
  • Electronics - Non-working
  • Exercise Equipment - Non-working
  • Ferrous Scrap Metal/Steel
    When you call to schedule one of your curbside pick-ups, you can now schedule ONE bulky item which may include either an appliance, large furniture, or an electronic. Item cannot weigh more than 200 pounds and must be set out curbside on the scheduled pick-up day. You may also call in to schedule a pick-up of small metal scrap items and cast aluminum one time per year.
  • Freezer - Non-working
  • Furniture - Non-working
  • Gaming Systems & Accessories - Non-working
  • Hot Tub & Accessories - Non-working
  • Lawnmower - Non-working
  • Lead-Painted Materials
    Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed. If too big for cart, request a bulky item pickup. When you call to schedule one of your curbside pick-ups, you can now schedule ONE bulky item which may include either an appliance, large furniture, or an electronic. Item cannot weigh more than 200 pounds and must be set out curbside on the scheduled pick-up day.
  • Major Household Appliances - Non-working
  • Mannequins
  • Mattresses & Box Springs
  • Metal Sinks & Toilets
  • Microwave - Non-working
  • Non-ferrous Scrap Metal
    When you call to schedule one of your curbside pick-ups, you can now schedule ONE bulky item which may include either an appliance, large furniture, or an electronic. Item cannot weigh more than 200 pounds and must be set out curbside on the scheduled pick-up day. You may also call in to schedule a pick-up of small metal scrap items and cast aluminum one time per year.
  • Office chairs - Non-working
  • Pallets - Wooden - Broken
  • Pianos and Organs - Non-working
  • Plexiglass
  • Pool Cover - Non-working
    Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed. If too big for cart, request a bulky item pickup.
  • Porcelain Toilets & Sinks
  • Printers/Faxes - Non-working
  • Radios - Non-working
    Remove batteries prior to disposal.
  • Refrigerator - Non-working
  • Satellite Dish - Non-working
  • Scrap Metal
    Must fit in recycle cart with lid closed. When you call to schedule one of your curbside pick-ups, you can now schedule ONE bulky item which may include either an appliance, large furniture, or an electronic. Item cannot weigh more than 200 pounds and must be set out curbside on the scheduled pick-up day. You may also call in to schedule a pick-up of small metal scrap items and cast aluminum one time per year.
  • Sewing Machines - Non-working
  • Small Engines - Non-working
  • Stove/Oven - Non-working
  • Television - Non-working
  • Tents and Outdoor Gear - Non-working
    Must fit in garbage cart with lid closed. If too big for cart, request a bulky item pickup.
  • Tires
  • Tires - Bicycle
  • Trash Compactor
  • Vacuum Cleaners - Non-working
  • VCRs/CD/DVD Players - Non-working
  • Video Projectors - Non-working
  • Washer/Dryer - Non-working
  • Water Coolers - Non-working
  • Water Heaters - Non-working

Debris Box / C&D Service

Mt. Diablo Resource Recovery (MDRR)
925-682-9073

MDRR is the exclusive debris box provider for the businesses, contractors, landscapers, and homeowners within Pittsburg. MDRR offers Handy Haulers (6-yard bins) and Debris Boxes (10 to 40-yard boxes) for your cleanup and remodel projects. For more information, visit https://mdrr.com/debris-box/

GOT TREATED WOOD WASTE (TWW)?
Debris Box rentals are now available! Order a dedicated box for TWW or a mixed box and let MDRR do the sorting. Contact MDRR to order.

  • Asphalt
  • Bath Tub
  • Bricks - Broken
  • Carpet
  • Carpet Padding
  • Ceiling Tile
  • Cinder Blocks - Broken
  • Concrete
  • Concrete With Rebar
  • Construction & Demolition Debris
  • Doors
  • Drywall
  • Flooring - Non-working
  • Foam Padding
  • Garage Doors - Non-working
  • Insulation - Used
  • Mannequins
  • Mattresses & Box Springs
  • Metal Pipe
  • Metal Sinks & Toilets
  • Mixed Debris
  • Pallets - Wooden - Broken
  • Pianos and Organs - Non-working
  • Plate Glass
  • Plexiglass
  • Porcelain Toilets & Sinks
  • Rigid Plastics
  • Rock/Gravel - Clean
  • Roofing - Asphalt Composition Shingles
  • Roofing - Clay Tile
  • Roofing - Concrete Tile
  • Roofing - Tar & Gravel
  • Roofing - Wood Shingles
  • Sand
  • Sawdust - Composite Wood/Painted Wood
  • Sawdust - Untreated Wood
  • Scrap Metal
  • Soil - Clean
  • Soil - Contaminated
  • Solar Panels - Non-working
  • Tile
  • Tire/Rubber Scraps
  • Tires
  • Window Screens
  • Wood - Logs
  • Wood - Treated
  • Wood - Untreated
  • Wood Scraps - Untreated
  • Yard Trimmings & Plant Debris

Additional Information

Household Hazardous Wastes like latex paints, aerosols, pool chemicals, and more can be brought to Delta Diablo Household Hazardous Waste Facility at 2500 Pittsburg Antioch Highway in Antioch. Wondering what the HHW facility will accept? Check their website or call (925) 756-1900

Illegal Dumping Information:

To report illegal dumping in the act, call 925-646 2441.

To report trash/debris located after an illegal dumping, call Bureau of Code Enforcement at (925) 252-4010.

If you see someone polluting our water by disposing of trash, oil, or anything else, call (925) 252-4936

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