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Medals/Trophies/Ribbons

Medals and trophies are physical displays of achievement. They may be made of plastic or metal and can stand alone or hang from a strap.

Vendors

Vendor Address City Destination Disposal Method Notes
Urban Ore 900 Murray St. Berkeley Reuse Free Drop-off
Savers (7117 Regional St.) 7117 Regional St. Dublin Reuse Free Drop-off
El Cerrito Recycling + Environmental Resource Center 7501 Schmidt Ln. El Cerrito Reuse Free Drop-off Exchange Room.
Awards Mall Trophy Reuse Nationwide Trophy Recycling Program c/o Total Awards & Promotions, Inc
6686 Odana Rd
Madison Reuse Paid Drop-off Fee. See website for details about what is not accepted. No broken parts, glass, acryllic, sculptures, works of art, fake wood, damaged bases, or medals w/ engraving on back.
East Bay Depot For Creative Reuse 4695 Telegraph Ave.
(drop-off at loading dock on Shattuck Ave between 46th and 47th streets)
Oakland Reuse Free Drop-off
GreenWaste of Palo Alto 2765 Lafayette St Palo Alto Landfill Paid Pick-up Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
Pleasanton Transfer Station 3110 Busch Rd. Pleasanton Landfill Paid Drop-off
SCRAP 801 Toland St. San Francisco Reuse Free Drop-off
Medals4Mettle MFM SF c/o Glo Fung
3287 Sagewood Ln
San Jose Reuse Free Drop-off Medals from endurance events w/ribbon removed.
Lamb Awards Trophy Reuse Program 129 East Main Street Westminister Reuse Free Mail-in

Curbside Service

Garbage Note
Alameda
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Albany
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Berkeley
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Castro Valley Sanitary District
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Dublin
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Emeryville
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Fremont
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Hayward
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Hayward (Oro Loma - L2)
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Livermore
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Newark
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Oakland
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Piedmont
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Pleasanton
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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San Leandro
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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San Leandro (Oro Loma - L3)
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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San Lorenzo (Oro Loma)
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Unincorporated Oro Loma (L1)
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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Union City
Broken, damaged, or unable to be donated
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