Guide for Reuse, Repair, Recycling, and Safe Disposal
for Alameda County, Contra Costa County, and the City of Palo Alto

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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
Pleasanton Transfer Station 3110 Busch Rd. Pleasanton Landfill Drop-off for a Fee
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.
Fremont Recycling & Transfer Station 41149 Boyce Rd. Fremont Recycle Drop-off for a Fee Separate recyclables and deposit into marked containers at facility
Waste Management of Alameda County 172 98th Ave. Oakland Recycle Pick-up for a Fee Commercial waste hauling service
GreenWaste of Palo Alto 2765 Lafayette St Palo Alto Recycle Pick-up for a Fee
Republic Services, Inc. 42600 Boyce Road Fremont Recycle Pick-up for a Fee
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
SCRAP 801 Toland St. San Francisco Reuse Free Drop-off

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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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