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

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Small Household Appliances - Non-working

Find upcoming in-person Repair Clinics in Alameda County using StopWaste's Repair Workshop Calendar, or find DIY repair resources at online sites like iFixit. Consider posting online for those willing and able to make the repairs, or so the parts can be used to repair something similar.

Make sure it's not electronic waste which needs special handling. Mostly metal small appliances with no complicated electronics may be recyclable through scrap metal recyclers.


Oakland accepts this item for special bulky pickup.

Consider going to iFixit to find repair instructions, bring it with you to a Repair Café or FixIt Clinic. May also be collected during a scheduled bulky waste pickup.

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