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
Out of the Closet (Oakland) 238 E 18th St. Oakland Reuse Free Drop-off
Out of the Closet 1498 Polk St. San Francisco Reuse Free Drop-off
Goodwill (Oakland - MacArthur) 3525 MacArthur Blvd Oakland Reuse Free Drop-off
James Dourgarian - Bookman 2341 Hickory Dr Concord Reuse Buyback Drop-off, Buyback Mail-in old, vintage, collectible, rare, first edition books and related ephemera.
Bambino Thrift Shop (5290 College Ave.) 5290 College Ave. Oakland Reuse Free Drop-off
Facebook Buy Nothing Groups 1 Hacker Way Menlo Park Reuse Free Pick-up
Goodwill (San Mateo) 28 W. 25th Ave San Mateo Reuse Free Drop-off
ARF Mart Thrift Store 1950H Market St. Concord Reuse Free Drop-off
Richmond Flea Market 716 W Gertrude Ave Richmond Reuse Buyback Mail-in
Hayward Thrift Center 29498 Mission Blvd. Hayward Reuse Free Pick-up
SCRAP 2150 Newcomb St San Francisco Reuse Free Drop-off

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