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Microwave - Non-working

A non-working microwave is a defective or broken food-warming device made of plastic and/or metal, and electronic circuitry.

Household Hazardous Waste

This item should never be put in a curbside bin. For more information visit our household hazardous waste page.

Consider reuse or repair before disposal. DIY repair resources through iFixit.

Vendors

Vendor Address City Destination Disposal Method Notes
TDR Electronic Recycling 529 Race St San Jose Safe Disposal Free Drop-off, Free Pick-up, Paid Drop-off
Tri Valley Recycling- Bay Area 1988 E. Alpine Avenue Stockton Recycle Buyback Drop-off, Free Drop-off, Paid Pick-up Call for buyback details and for pick-up arrangement fees. Fee for large copiers and microwaves.
Vasco Road Landfill & Recycling Drop-off 4001 N. Vasco Rd. Livermore Safe Disposal Paid Drop-off Construction & Demolition
West County HHW Collection Facility 101 Pittsburg Ave. Richmond Safe Disposal Free Drop-off, Paid Drop-off

Curbside Service

Bulky Pickup Note
Alameda
Contact ACI at (510) 483-1400 for a bulky pick-up.
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Albany
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Berkeley
Castro Valley Sanitary District
Separate and label good/working condition items for donation as part of your Bulky & Reuse Pick-up set out.
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Dublin
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Emeryville
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Fremont
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Hayward
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Hayward (Oro Loma - L2)
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Livermore
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Newark
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Oakland
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Piedmont
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Pleasanton
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San Leandro
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San Leandro (Oro Loma - L3)
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San Lorenzo (Oro Loma)
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Unincorporated Oro Loma (L1)
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Union City
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