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Tennis Balls - Non-working

Consider donation for repurposing for dog toys, the bottom of student chairs, and the bottom of walkers.

Vendors

Vendor Address City Destination Disposal Method Notes
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
Pleasanton Transfer Station 3110 Busch Rd. Pleasanton Landfill Paid Drop-off
Sports Basement (Berkeley) 2727 Milvia St. Berkeley Reuse Free Drop-off No bounce tennis balls for animal shelter fetch,reBounce, or take for reuse bottom of walkers, canes, or school chair legs.
Sports Basement (Redwood City) 202 Walnut St Redwood City Reuse Free Drop-off No bounce tennis balls for animal shelter fetch,reBounce, or take for reuse bottom of walkers, canes, or school chair legs.
Sports Basement (San Ramon) 1041 Market Place San Ramon Reuse Free Drop-off No bounce tennis balls for animal shelter fetch,reBounce, or take for reuse bottom of walkers, canes, or school chair legs.
Sports Basement (SF Bryant St) 1590 Bryant St San Francisco Reuse Free Drop-off No bounce tennis balls for animal shelter fetch,reBounce, or take for reuse bottom of walkers, canes, or school chair legs.
Sports Basement (SF Presidio) 610 Old Mason St San Francisco Reuse Free Drop-off No bounce tennis balls for animal shelter fetch,reBounce, or take for reuse bottom of walkers, canes, or school chair legs.
Sports Basement (SF Stonestown) 3251 20th Ave
Suite 390
San Francisco Reuse Free Drop-off No bounce tennis balls for animal shelter fetch,reBounce, or take for reuse bottom of walkers, canes, or school chair legs.
Sports Basement (Sunnyvale) 1177 Kern Ave Sunnyvale Reuse Free Drop-off No bounce tennis balls for animal shelter fetch,reBounce, or take for reuse bottom of walkers, canes, or school chair legs.
Sports Basement (Walnut Creek) 1881 Ygnacio Valley Rd Walnut Creek Reuse Free Drop-off No bounce tennis balls for animal shelter fetch,reBounce, or take for reuse bottom of walkers, canes, or school chair legs.

Curbside Service

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Alameda
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Albany
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Berkeley
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs. Sports Basement collects them for reuse (including fetch).
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Castro Valley Sanitary District
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Dublin
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Emeryville
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Fremont
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Hayward
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Hayward (Oro Loma - L2)
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Livermore
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Newark
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Oakland
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Piedmont
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Pleasanton
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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San Leandro
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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San Leandro (Oro Loma - L3)
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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San Lorenzo (Oro Loma)
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Unincorporated Oro Loma (L1)
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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Union City
Teachers often accept balls with no bounce to cut and place on the bottom of their chairs.
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