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Lawnmower - Working

A lawnmower is a machine for grooming lawns, usually composed of many types of materials, including metal, plastic, and a synthetic fiber bag for collecting trimmings.

Consider resale or donation for reuse.


Vendor Address City Destination Disposal Method Notes
Alameda Repair Shop 2436 Webb Ave Alameda Reuse, Repair Paid Drop-off Resale of used mowers
Grand Lake Ace Hardware 1221 Grand Ave. Piedmont Repair Paid Drop-off blade sharpening
Hope Services (Fremont) 37482 Fremont Blvd Fremont Reuse Free Pick-up Push lawnmowers only. No gas or electric mowers.
Hope Services (Mountain View) 460 East Middlefield Rd Mountain View Reuse Free Drop-off Curently not accepting any donations at this location due to COVID
John's Bicycles & Lawn Mowers 1139 E. 18th St. Antioch Reuse, Repair Paid Drop-off, Buyback Drop-off
Parca Parca Main Office
800 Airport Blvd, Suite 320
Burlingame Reuse Free Pick-up
Pleasanton Transfer Station 3110 Busch Rd. Pleasanton Reuse Paid Drop-off Make sure all liquids are taken out ie: gas & oil
Salvation Army (1500 Valencia St.) 1500 Valencia St. San Francisco Reuse Free Drop-off
Salvation Army (3921 Geary Blvd) 3921 Geary Blvd San Francisco Reuse Free Drop-off
Salvation Army (Alameda) 1918 Park St. Alameda Reuse Free Drop-off
Salvation Army (Oakland) 601 Webster St. Oakland Reuse Free Drop-off
The Salvation Army Home Pick-Up Service San Francisco Reuse Free Pick-up
Urban Ore 900 Murray St. Berkeley Reuse Free Drop-off

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