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

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Plant Pots - Ceramic

Ceramic plant pots are molded clay plant pots. The clay is hardened by heat and usually coated with a shiny glaze.

Consider reuse, donation, and repair.

Materials that should not be mixed into curbside recycling: drinking or wine glasses and plates, ceramics, Pyrex or other heat resistant glass, light bulbs, computer monitors, phone screens, plate glass: windows, sliding doors (can be recycled separately), safety glass, car windshields, art glass and leaded crystal, mirrors

Vendors

Vendor Address City Destination Disposal Method Notes
St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store (Fremont) 3777 Decoto Rd Fremont Reuse Free Drop-off Clean, free of dirt
St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store (Livermore) 1817 2nd Street Livermore Reuse Free Drop-off Clean, free of dirt
The Hidden Treasure Corner 18565 Mission Blvd Hayward Reuse Free Drop-off Clean, free of dirt
The Salvation Army Home Pick-Up Service 832 Folsom St San Francisco Reuse Free Pick-up Resellable condition only.
Tri Valley Haven Thrift Store 116 N L St Livermore Reuse Free Drop-off Clean, free of dirt
Urban Ore 900 Murray St. Berkeley Reuse Free Drop-off
Way Side Inn Thrift Shop 3521 Golden Gate Way Lafayette Reuse Free Drop-off Clean, free of dirt

Curbside Service

Garbage Note
Alameda
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Albany
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Berkeley
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Castro Valley Sanitary District
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Dublin
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Emeryville
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Fremont
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Hayward
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Hayward (Oro Loma - L2)
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Livermore
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Newark
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Oakland
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Piedmont
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Pleasanton
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage. Donate good condition for reuse.
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San Leandro
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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San Leandro (Oro Loma - L3)
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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San Lorenzo (Oro Loma)
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Unincorporated Oro Loma (L1)
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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Union City
Broken, damaged condition. Some folks use these pieces at the bottom of other plant pots to increase drainage.
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