Guide for Reuse, Repair, Recycling, and Safe Disposal
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Collectibles

Collectibles are material goods that are often aged and irreplaceable.

Consider repair, reuse, resale, and donation for these special items on local and national online platforms.

Vendors

Vendor Address City Destination Disposal Method Notes
The Bookmark Bookstore 721 Washington St. Oakland Reuse Free Drop-off Reuse
The Haven Thrift Store (Tri-Valley) 116 North L St Livermore Reuse Free Drop-off
The Plant Exchange 11144 Golf Links Rd
(Pop-up & Drop-off Locations Vary)
Oakland Reuse Free Drop-off Yard art, deor, and art work for the garden.
The Salvation Army Home Pick-Up Service 832 Folsom St San Francisco Reuse Free Pick-up
The Thrifty Kitty 1509 Webster St Alameda Reuse Free Drop-off Interesting decorative items in excellent condition. If you desire, you may lightly pack breakables for the car trip to the store. Framed or mounted-canvas artwork in any medium or size. Must be at least 8.5" X 11" and clean, with no broken glass or other damage.
Treasures Hospice Thrift Shop (1539 Washington Ave.) 1539 Washington Ave. San Leandro Reuse Free Drop-off
Urban Furniture & Urban Boutique (3241 Grand Ave.) 3237 Grand Ave Oakland Reuse Free Drop-off
Urban Ore 900 Murray St. Berkeley Reuse Free Drop-off
Way Side Inn Thrift Shop 3521 Golden Gate Way Lafayette Reuse Free Drop-off
Youth Homes Auxiliary Thrift Shop 15 B Vivian Dr. Pleasant Hill Reuse Free Drop-off

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