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Metal Bottle Caps

Metal bottle caps are metal closures lined with plastic designed to contain liquids within a glass or plastic bottle.

Vendors

Vendor Address City Destination Disposal Method Notes
Davis Street (WM) Resource Recovery Complex (Transfer Station) 2615 Davis St. San Leandro Recycle Free Drop-off Please keep plastic bottle caps attached to plastic bottles. Metal caps and lids should be removed from glass containers and recycled separately.
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
Fremont Recycling & Transfer Station 41149 Boyce Rd. Fremont Recycle Free Drop-off Separate recyclables and deposit into marked containers at facility
GreenWaste of Palo Alto 2765 Lafayette St Palo Alto Recycle Paid Pick-up
Pleasanton Transfer Station 3110 Busch Rd. Pleasanton Landfill Paid Drop-off
Republic Services, Inc. 42600 Boyce Road Fremont Recycle Paid Pick-up
SCRAP 801 Toland St. San Francisco Reuse Free Drop-off
Waste Management of Alameda County 172 98th Ave. Oakland Recycle Paid Pick-up Commercial waste hauling service

Curbside Service

Recycling Garbage Note
Alameda
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Albany
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Berkeley
If attached to a glass jar, put it in the recycling bin. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Castro Valley Sanitary District
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Dublin
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. If attached to a glass jar, put it in the recycling bin. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Emeryville
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Fremont
Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Hayward
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Hayward (Oro Loma - L2)
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Livermore
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Newark
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Oakland
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Piedmont
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Pleasanton
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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San Leandro
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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San Leandro (Oro Loma - L3)
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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San Lorenzo (Oro Loma)
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Unincorporated Oro Loma (L1)
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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Union City
These lined with plastic and are too small to be captured by recycling equipment. Consider collecting for reuse projects.
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