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Window Screens

Window screens are wire mesh screens made from metal, fiberglass, or other synthetic materials designed to cover open windows from outdoor debris, animals, and pests from entering.


Vendor Address City Destination Disposal Method Notes
Alamo (Dublin) Ace Hardware 7373 Village Pkwy Dublin Repair Paid Drop-off
Brentwood Ace Hardware 8900 Brentwood Blvd.
Ste. J
Brentwood Repair Paid Drop-off Screen repair
Davis Street (WM) Resource Recovery Complex (Transfer Station) 2615 Davis St. San Leandro Landfill Paid Drop-off
GreenWaste of Palo Alto 2765 Lafayette St Palo Alto Recycle Paid Pick-up Consider repair and reuse before disposal. Metal frame and metal screens can go in recycle cart. Plastic frames and screens go in landfill cart.
Hayward Transfer Station 3458 Enterprise Ave Hayward Recycle Paid Drop-off If associated with C&D project.
Laurel Ace Hardware 4024 MacArthur Ave. Oakland Repair Paid Drop-off screen repairs & replacement,
Newby Island Landfill & Resource Recovery Park 1601 Dixon Landing Rd. Milpitas Landfill Paid Drop-off
Pleasanton Transfer Station 3110 Busch Rd. Pleasanton Landfill Paid Drop-off Recycle metal frames
Repurposed Materials 10220 Brighton Rd
Unit 7
Henderson Reuse Buyback Mail-in
SMaRT Station 301 Carl Rd Sunnyvale Recycle Paid Drop-off Call for fee information. Please note that the SMaRT Station serves Mountain View and Sunnyvale residents only.
The ReUse People 9235 San Leandro St. Oakland Reuse Free Drop-off (Reuse) Call first, may charge a collection fee.

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