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Water Heaters - Working

Working water heaters are storage tanks for hot water.

Consider donation or resale before recycling.

Vendors

Vendor Address City Destination Disposal Method Notes
Habitat for Humanity ReStore Concord 1500 Monument Blvd Concord Reuse Free Drop-off
Habitat for Humanity ReStore East Bay 9235 San Leandro St. Oakland Reuse Free Drop-off, Free Pick-up Less than 7 years old, in perfect operating condition, includes all parts.
Habitat for Humanity ReStore Monterey Bay 4230 Gigling Rd Seaside Reuse Free Drop-off
Habitat for Humanity ReStore San Joaquin 4933 West Lane Stockton Reuse Free Drop-off
Habitat for Humanity ReStore Santa Cruz 719 Swift Street Santa Cruz Reuse Free Drop-off
Habitat for Humanity ReStore Solano Napa 104 Commerce Court Fairfield Reuse Free Drop-off
Habitat for Humanity ReStore Sonoma 1201 Piner Road Santa Rosa Reuse Free Drop-off
This & That Building Materials 1701 Rumrill Blvd. San Pablo Reuse Free Drop-off, Free Pick-up Gas only. (Must be in good working order) Appliances must be 5 years old or newer. Call first for drop-off or pick-up information.
Urban Ore 900 Murray St. Berkeley Reuse Free Drop-off small fee

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