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Compostable Plastic Bags - BPI Certified

Consider lining your indoor green or compost bin with paper material you may already have - shredded documents, newspaper, food-soiled paper, or do a quick wipe or rinse with a reusable cloth after transferring material curbside.

Find BPI Certified products & information here.

Businesses in Alameda County: Use the Bin Liner by City Tool to determine what kind of indoor bin liner your trash, organics, or recycling bin can have.

Vendors

Vendor Address City Destination Disposal Method Notes
Bay Polymer 44530 South Grimmer Rd Fremont Recycle Buyback Pick-up Commercial quantity.
Berkeley Transfer Station 1201 2nd St. Berkeley Compost Paid Drop-off
GreenWaste of Palo Alto 2765 Lafayette St Palo Alto Compost Paid Pick-up
Pleasanton Transfer Station 3110 Busch Rd. Pleasanton Reuse Paid Drop-off
Republic Services, Inc. 42600 Boyce Road Fremont Compost Paid Drop-off
Waste Management of Alameda County 172 98th Ave. Oakland Compost Paid Pick-up Commercial waste hauling service

Curbside Service

Organics Garbage Note
Alameda
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Albany
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Berkeley
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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Castro Valley Sanitary District
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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Dublin
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Emeryville
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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Fremont
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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Hayward
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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Hayward (Oro Loma - L2)
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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Livermore
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Newark
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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Oakland
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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Piedmont
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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Pleasanton
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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San Leandro
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San Leandro (Oro Loma - L3)
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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San Lorenzo (Oro Loma)
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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Unincorporated Oro Loma (L1)
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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Union City
Note: If it does not have the BPI certified logo, it belongs in the trash.
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