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Alameda
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Alameda County Industries (ACI Alameda)

510-483-1400, info@AlamedaCountyIndustries.com

2307 Blanding Ave, Suite B, Alameda, CA 94501; Office Hours M-F 7am-6pm

ACI Alameda

Hazardous Waste and Curbside Set-out Information for batteries and motor oil & filters

ACI Holiday Service and Tree Collection Information

Alameda County Industries (ACI) provides one, free annual On-Call Clean Up to all single family and all multi-family households. Residents and Property Managers read the Alameda Bulky Pickup Guidelines and call 510-483-1400 or contact ACI Alameda online. New Program Changes: As of Oct. 2022, ACI is now accepting reusable items (that are in working condition and labeled as REUSE) for donation. ACI is now accepting more material per household (up to 3 cubic yards and 3 bulky items) and has expanded the service to multi-family customers. Multi-family customers should contact the Property Manager or Owner first to establish a suitable location accessible to ACI trucks.

Contact hauler for details and fees:
Alameda County Industries (ACI Alameda)
510-483-1400

Alameda C&D Requirements

Report through SeeClickFix in the category of trash. Items dumped on public property may also be reported through the Alameda Department of Public Works by calling (510) 747-7900 or (510) 337-8340 after hours.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris. For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

City of Alameda

Businesses

  • Receive one free 96-gal recycling cart and one free 96-gal compost cart. Additional recycling and compost service is 20% off garbage rates.
  • Business Recycling Guide

Multifamily Properties (5+ units)

  • Monthly rate for weekly unlimited recycling collection (per dwelling): $8.15 (2023-24)
  • Monthly rate for weekly unlimited organics collection (per dwelling): $5.86 (2023-24)
  • Multifamily Recycling Guide

Service Rates

  • Alameda County Industries (ACI) offers free kitchen compost pails for multifamily property tenants. Contact 510-483-1400 to order.

Wall signs for Alameda:

  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Loose items, clear plastic, paper, or compostable plastic bags.
Albany
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Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Albany) - 510-613-8710, csnorthbay@wm.com

Hazardous Waste and Residential Curbside Set-out Information for batteries, cell phones, CFLs, and motor oil & filters

On-Call Bulky Pickup (Single Family Residential Only) is available annually to single family residents. Call Waste Management of Alameda County (510) 613-8710 to schedule your bulky pickup any time of the year. See Albany Bulky Guidelines. A second bulky pickup appointment is available for the first 300 requests per year.

Contact hauler for details and fees. See Albany C&D Requirements

Report through SeeClickFix in the category of trash. Items dumped on public property can also be reported through the Albany Department of Public Works by creating an account that you will be able to attach photos through, or by calling (510) 524-9543.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris. For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Resources

Residential Recycling Guide

Service Rates

Businesses

  • Recycling service is provided at no additional charge.
  • Compost service is 50% off garbage rates.

Multifamily Properties

  • With garbage BINS: Compost service is 50% off garbage rates; recycling service is provided at no additional cost.
  • With garbage CARTS: Compost and recycling services are provided at no additional cost.

Business and Multifamily Recycling Guide

Service Rates

  • Wall signs for Albany businesses and multifamily properties
  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Clear plastic or paper bags.
Berkeley
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Split-Carts are used for Residential Recycling for single-family homes and duplexes. Paper and cardboard products go in the Brown Side, while all metal, glass and plastics go in the Blue Side.

Separate Carts: Apartment buildings have a cart for containers and a cart for paper/cardboard.

Purchase pre-paid trash bags at the Transfer Station if you live in single-family home or a property of 1-4 units. You can put out 10 max per week.

Berkeley Mattress Recycling Pick-up Program 510-981-7270; Fire Fuel Chipper Program

Drop-off locations for some hazardous and hard to dispose of materials:

Berkeley Recycling Center, 2nd and Gilman Streets, Berkeley, CA. M-F 8-4, Sa 8:30-4

Berkeley Transfer Station, 1201 Second St, Berkeley, CA. M-Sa 8-4:30

The City of Berkeley offers 1 Bulky Waste Pick-up per calendar year for single-family homes and multi-unit residential buildings up to 4 units -property owner, on Wednesdays only.

Mattress Recycling Pick-up program for residents (1-4 units - 2 matt 2x/yr; 5-9units 4 matt 2x/yr) on Thursdays only.

Buy pre-paid bags for extra trash or organics at the Transfer Station, Customer Service Center or ACE on Milvia St.

See City of Berkeley - Bulky Pick-up, Mattress Pick-up, & Pre-Paid Bags Guidelines. Call 510-981-7270 to schedule.

Drop-off: Berkeley Recycling Center & Transfer Station.

Contact hauler for details and fees: City of Berkeley Refuse Collection & C&D Requirements. Order a short-term dumpster: 510-981-7270. Drop-off: Berkeley Recycling Center & Transfer Station.

Report illegal dumping by calling 311 or 510-981-2489, or click here.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris. For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Businesses

  • Compost service is 20% off garbage rates.
  • One weekly pickup of recycling is provided at no additional cost.
  • Business Service Rates

Multifamily Properties

  • Compost service is 20% off garbage rates.
  • One weekly pickup of recycling is provided at no additional cost.
  • Multifamily Service Rates
  • The City of Berkeley offers free kitchen compost pails for single family and multifamily property tenants with compost service. Contact (510) 981-7270 for more information.

Wall Signs for Berkeley businesses and multifamily properties:

  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind. Paper bags accepted in the mixed paper bin.
  • Compost: Paper or BPI Certified compostable plastic bags.
Castro Valley Sanitary District
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Alameda County Industries (ACI) - 510-483-1400

Castro Valley Sanitation District (CVSAN) - 510-537-1400

ACI Customer Service (510) 483-1400 or info@alamedacountyindustries.com

Castro Valley Sanitary District (CVSan) Main Office
21040 Marshall Street, Castro Valley, CA 94546
Hours: M-F 7-11am and 12- 4:00pm

Used Motor Oil & Filter Recycling Program and Hazardous Waste Information

Residents can drop off mercury thermostats (including switch & cover) at CVSan office. Ask to complete the Thermostat Care rebate form.

Textile Pick-ups are held twice a year (the first full week of June and Oct). Please set bags or boxes of clean and dry textiles - free of chemical and bodily fluid stains - by the blue cart for pick up (reuse and recycling).

CVSan's Recycles Day is held in Spring and Summer by appointment and allows for various drop-off of items, including bagged textiles.

Single-family (4 units or less) and multi-family complexes (5 units or more) are eligible for one on-call Bulky & Reuse Pick-Up per year.

Schedule a Bulky & Reuse Pick-Up, by calling Alameda County Industries (CVSAN) at (510) 483-1400. Appointments are not available the first two full weeks in January or the first full week of June and October of each year. Requests made at the end of the calendar year cannot be guaranteed for that calendar year. Please schedule appointments in advance. Castro Valley Sanitation District

Contact hauler for details and fees: C&D Requirements. Castro Valley Sanitation District

Report trash and debris in unincorporated Alameda County - including creeks and waterways - to the Alameda County Public Works Maintenance Dispatch using Mobile Citizen or by calling (510) 670-5500.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris. For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

CVSAN Resources; Rates

Businesses

Multifamily Properties

  • CVSan offers free indoor recycling and compost bins, including kitchen compost pails for multifamily property tenants. Complete their Donation Supply Request Form to apply.

Wall signs for Castro Valley businesses and multifamily properties:

  • Recycling: Loose items, or clear, untied plastic bags.
  • Compost: Loose items, or paper bags, compostable plastic bags, or clear, untied plastic bags.
Dublin
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Amador Valley Industries (AVI) - 925-479-9545, info@amadorvalleyindustries.com

City of Dublin AVI 925-479-9545, info@amadorvalleyindustries.com

Information for residents (single-family homes & apartments) and businesses

Hazardous Waste and Curbside Set-out Information for batteries, motor oil & filters, and textiles

Single family and multi-family complexes are eligible to receive 3 free on-call Large Item Pick Up Collection Services per contract year. Single family residents and property managers of multi-family dwellings may call AVI at 925-479-9545 to schedule a pickup and visit AVI’s website information.

Contact AVI at 925-479-9545 to arrange for Services and for Construction & Demolition Recycling Requirements. Review the Construction and Demolition Ordinance Info Packet.

Report through SeeClickFix in the category of trash. Items dumped on public property may also be reported through the Dublin Department of Public Works by calling (925) 833-6630 or creating an accout. There are separate forms for general trash and hazardous spills.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris. For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Schools in Dublin Resources and Assistance

City of Dublin Resources; Rates - Commercial; Go to AVI, choose Residential or Commercial, then select "service rates."

Businesses

Multifamily Properties

Service Rates

  • Amador Valley Industries (AVI) offers free indoor recycling and compost bins as well as free kitchen compost pails and recycling tote bags for multifamily property tenants. Contact 925-479-9545 to order.

Wall signs for Dublin:

  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Loose items or in paper bags.
Emeryville
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Hazardous Waste and Curbside Set-out Information for batteries and motor oil & filters.

Residents and Property Managers contact WM Emeryville at 510-613-8710 to schedule an Emeryville Bulky Pick-up.

Single Family is 1x in April AND 1x/yr at your convenience. All Multi-Family properties are eligible; service is dependent on the size and location of the property.

Neighborhood Bulky Pickups take place in April annually. Mailers early in the year give dates and details.

Contact hauler for details and fees. Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Emeryville)

Residential: 510-613-8710, Commercial: 510-613-8700

C&D Requirements

Report through SeeClickFix in the category of trash.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris. For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Resources

Rates

Businesses

  • Recycling service is provided at no additional charge.
  • Compost service is 50% off garbage rates.
  • Business Recycling Guide

Multifamily Properties

  • With garbage BINS: Compost and recycling services are 50% off garbage rates.
  • With garbage CARTS: Compost and recycling services are provided at no additional cost.
  • Multifamily Recycling Guide

Wall signs for Emeryville:

  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Clear plastic, paper or compostable plastic bags.
Fremont
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Republic Services (City of Fremont) - 510-657-3500

City of Fremont (Republic Services)

Hazardous Waste and Curbside Set-out Information for motor oil & filters

Drop-off universal, electronic and hazardous waste at the Fremont HHW Facility located at the Fremont Transfer Station.

Fremont Bulky Guidelines

To schedule a bulky pick-up, Residents and Property Managers may contact Republic Services (Fremont) at 510-657-3500.

Bulky Palm Frond Pick-up

City of Fremont Construction Recycling Requirements including documentation, receipts, and waste tracking. Contact Republic Services for debris box and/or construction and demolition recycling bin services.

In Fremont, find illegal dumping resources here. Report items dumped: in progress by calling the Fremont Police at 510-790-6800, #3, on public spaces, sidewalks, streets through FremontApp.com or 510- 979-5700, and on private property FremontApp.com or 510- 979-4570 (property owner responsible for clean up; enforcement requires photo or video evidence identifying the dumper).

Report Storm Drain dumping through Fremont Environmental Services, FremontApp.com, environment@fremont.gov, or by calling (510) 494-4570 M-F 8-5, and 911 after hours.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans online noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris.

For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific Railroad online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For creeks, report online to Alameda County Flood Control, info@acpwa.org, 510-670-5500.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Rates

Holiday FAQ 2023

Fremont has a Safe Exchange Zone for reuse/reselling.

Learn about Fremont's "Make It Last" Green Challenge (repair & reuse).

Businesses

Multifamily Properties

  • Republic Services offers free kitchen compost pails for multifamily property tenants in Fremont. Contact 510-657-3500.
  • Wall signs (Recycling and Organics) for Fremont businesses and multifamily properties
  • Recycling: Loose items or clear, untied plastic bags.
  • Compost: Loose items, clear plastic, paper, or compostable plastic bags.
Hayward
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Recycling

Organics & Garbage

Drop-off at Free Davis St Transfer Station Drop-off of 2 cubic yards of garbage with coupon. Call 510-537-5500 to have it mailed, or pick up at the office (22772 Main St, Hayward). (Does not include hazardous waste or bulky items.)

Tri-CED Community Recycling 510-471-3850

Hazardous Waste and Curbside Set-out Information for batteries, motor oil & filters

Curbside Hayward Bulky Guidelines & Set-out Instructions. Single-Family has two free pick-ups. Residents and Property Managers contact WMAC Hayward at 510-537-5500 to schedule.

Free Bulky Drop-off on Disposal Days for Hayward Residents - up to five (5) cubic yards, the equivalent of one pick-up truck full of household items, including furniture, mattresses, and appliances at no cost at the Hayward Transfer Station six times per year on the second Saturday of the months of February, April, June, August, October and December with registration for Disposal Days. Contact (510) 881-7745 or disposal@hayward-ca.gov.

Contact service provider WMAC Hayward at 510-537-5500 for roll-off service details and fees.

Hayward C&D Requirements. All materials generated during construction and demolition must be delivered to a verified facility to maximize recycling. To obtain a building permit, applicants must create a waste management plan on Green Halo or complete the Construction and Demolition Debris Recycling Statement. recycling@hayward-ca.gov

Report trash and debris on public property through Hayward Maintenance Services in the topic areas > Streets, Sidewalks, and Lights, or by calling (510) 881-7745.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris or call (510) 286-4444.

For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific Railroad online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

City of Hayward Resources; Rates; Hauler Contamination Charges

Free Garbage Drop-off (2 y3) with WM, Inc. coupon at WM Davis St Transfer Station (510-537-5500).

Free Bulky Drop-off on Disposal Days for Hayward Residents at Hayward Transfer Station.

Schools: Hayward Unified School District is serviced by Republic Services (510) 657-3500

Businesses

Multifamily Properties

  • Waste Management (WMAC) offers free kitchen compost pails for multifamily property tenants. Contact (510) 537-5500.

Wall signs for Hayward:

  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Clear plastic, paper or compostable plastic bags.
Hayward (Oro Loma - L2)
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Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD - Hayward)
510-613-8710
csnorthbay@wm.com

Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD - Hayward) 510-613-8710; csnorthbay@wm.com

Hazardous Waste and Curbside Set-out Information for batteries and motor oil & filters

Hayward (Oro Loma) Bulky Pickup

Residential Bulky Pick-up (2x/yr). Residents and Property Managers may call (510) 613-8710 to schedule through Waste Management of Alameda County (Oro Loma SD - Hayward).

Contact hauler for details and fees. C&D Requirements

Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD - Hayward), 510-613-8710; csnorthbay@wm.com

Report trash and debris in unincorporated Alameda County - including creeks and waterways - to the Mobile Citizen App through Alameda County Public Works Agency or by calling (510) 670-5480.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris.

For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific Railroad online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Oro Loma Resources - info@OroLoma.org; Rates (residential & commercial)

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Businesses

  • Weekly pickup of one 95-gal compost cart provided at no additional cost.
  • Compost and recycling services are at a reduced cost compared to garbage service.
  • Business Recycling Guide

Multifamily Properties

  • Weekly pickup of one 95-gal compost cart provided at no additional cost.
  • Compost and recycling services are at a reduced cost compared to garbage service.
  • Multifamily Recycling Guide
  • Wall signs for businesses and multifamily properties in the Oro Loma area of Hayward
  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Clear plastic or paper bags.
Livermore
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Multi-Family Annual Garbage Clean Up for Property Managers to apply for debris box for for non-bulky items.

Hazardous Waste and Curbside Set-out Information for batteries, motor oil & filters, cell phones, and textiles

LSI Holiday Schedule and Services

Livermore Bulky Guidelines for On-Call Cleanup. Residents contact Livermore Sanitation (LSI) at 925-449-7300 to schedule.

Debris Box & Compactor Service. Contact Livermore Sanitation (LSI), 925-449-7300 for details and fees. C&D Requirements

Multi-Family Annual Garbage Clean Up for residential Property Managers to apply for debris box for for non-bulky items.

Report trash and debirs through Livermore Sanitation or by calling (925) 449-7300. Items dumped on public property may also be reported through the Livermore Neighborhood Preservation by calling (925) 960-4444.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris.

For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific Railroad online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

City of Livermore Resources; Rates

Businesses

Multifamily Properties

  • Livermore Sanitation (LSI) offers free kitchen compost pails for multifamily property tenants. Contact 925-449-7300.

Wall signs for Livermore businesses and multifamily properties:

  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Clear plastic or paper bags.
Newark
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Republic Services (Newark)
510-657-3500, RecycleRep@RepublicServices.com

Republic Services (Newark) - 510-657-3500

Hazardous Waste (see FAQs) and Curbside Set-out Information for batteries and motor oil & filters

Curbside Newark Bulky Guidelines Residents and Property Managers can contact Republic Services (Newark) at 510-657-3500 to schedule their pick-ups. Residents get 2 pick ups per year.

Drop-off: Two free passes to the Newby Island Landfill per year per residence for 4 cubic yards/ visit. Schedule through Republic's Customer Service. Passes can be mailed or picked up in person at the Republic Services office located at 42600 Boyce Road, Fremont. Residents must bring passes and show proof of Newark residency at Newby Island Landfill.

Debris boxes, from 6 to 40 yards, are available for household remodeling, landscape projects, site clean-up, construction & demolition, and other projects. Rates for debris boxes varies. Contact Republic Services (Newark), 510-657-3500 for details and fees.

C&D Requirements

Report trash on public or city property to Newark Service Center by emailing maintenance@newark.org or calling (510) 578-4806. Report trash on commercial property through the Newark Community Preservation by emailing Shama.Khan@newark.org orcalling (510) 578-42850.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris.

For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific Railroad online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Resources

Service Rates

Businesses

Multifamily Properties

  • Republic Services offer free kitchen compost pails for multifamily property tenants. Contact 510-657-3500.

Wall signs for Newark businesses and multifamily properties:

  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Loose items, paper bags, or clear plastic bags.
Oakland
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Garbage, Organics, Bulky, & Billing: Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oakland)

  • Residential: 510-613-8710
  • Commercial: 510-613-8700

Recycling:

Issues after contacting WMAC or CWS: City of Oakland

Residential Recycling: California Waste Solutions 510-625-5263 oaklandCS@calwaste.com

Residential and Commercial Organics: Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oakland) Residential: 510-613-8710, Commercial: 510-613-8700

Hazardous Waste and Residential Curbside Set-out Information for batteries and motor oil & filters

Bulky Curbside Pickup Services Households, tenants, and property managers call 1-888-WM-BULKY or click here to request an appointment. Single family homes can schedule a second bulky pickup 45 days after their first.

Haul It Yourself Service Schedule a one-time drop-off of up to four cubic yards of bulky waste at the Davis Street Resource Recovery Complex in San Leandro – for FREE. Call 1-888-WM-BULKY or click here to request an appointment.

Click here for more information and Frequently Asked Questions.

Contact Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oakland) for details and fees. C&D Requirements

Residential: 510-613-8710
Commercial: 510-613-8700

Here is the Construction and Demolition Debris Collection and Transportation Service Providers List of companies that have obtained a franchise agreement with the City of Oakland. Builders may not hire haulers outside this list.

Report trash through SeeClickFix; there are also categories for debris, appliances, greenwaste, and mattresses. A reward is offered for reporting trash and debris dumping to the Oakland Dept of Public Works that leads to successful enforcement of illegal dumping; reports can also be called in to 311 or email OAK311@oaklandca.gov.

Report hypodermic needles to OAK311. Report hazardous waste in the public right of way to the Oakland Fire Department at 510-444-3322.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris.

For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific Railroad online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Businesses

Multifamily Properties

Wall signs for Oakland:

  • Recycling: Check with your recycling service provider.
  • Compost: Clear plastic, paper or compostable plastic bags.
Piedmont
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Hazardous Waste and Residential Curbside Set-out Information for batteries, CFLs, and e-waste. Piedmont Fire Station collection of batteries and CFLs information from residents.

Republic Services 1-800-320-8077

Piedmont Bulky Guidelines

Residents (2x/yr) and Property Managers contact Republic Services (Piedmont) at 1-800-320-8077 to schedule a Bulk Item Clean-up.

Contact hauler for details and fees. C&D Requirements

Republic Services (Piedmont), 510-657-3500; info@piedmontevergreen.org

Report trash and debris to the Piedmont Department of Public Works by emailing dgonzales@piedmont.ca.gov or by calling (510) 420-3050.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris. For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Businesses

Multifamily Properties

  • Republic Services offer free kitchen compost pails and indoor recycling bins for multifamily residents. Contact 800-320-8077.

  • Wall signs for businesses and multifamily properties in Piedmont
  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Paper bags, or compostable plastic bags.
Pleasanton
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Pleasanton Garbage Service 925-846-2042, info@pleasantongarbageservice.com

Extra plastic garbage bags picked up for a fee with a call to customer service at least one day before your regular collection day.

Hazardous Waste and Curbside Set-out Information for batteries, motor oil & filters, and cell phones

Christmas Trees

Pleasanton Bulky Guidelines

Residents (single-family 3x/yr) and Property Managers contact Pleasanton Garbage Service at 925-846 2042 to schedule.

Construction & Demolition Services. Contact Pleasanton Garbage Service (PGS) (925-846 2042) or info@pleasantongarbageservice.com for details and fees. PGS works with generators' individual needs to collect and process mixed materials for recycling at the Pleasanton Transfer Station.

C&D Requirements

Report trash and debris to the Pleasanton Operation Services through the Mobile Citizen app or by calling (925) 931-5500.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris.

For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific Railroad online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Resources

Service Rates: Includes Transfer Station Drop-off Rates and Large Item On-Call -pick-up-Rates.

Businesses:

Multifamily Properties:

Wall signs for Pleasanton businesses and multifamily properties:

  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Loose items, or paper bags.
San Leandro
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Alameda County Industries (San Leandro)
510-357-7282, info@AlamedaCountyIndustries.com

SanLeandroSorts List

Residents may contact ACI for a free kitchen-counter food scraps pail.

SanLeandroSorts List

SanLeandroSorts List

Alameda County Industries (San Leandro) - 510-357-7282; Online

Hazardous Waste and Curbside Set-out Information for batteries and motor oil & filters

Christmas Trees

San Leandro Bulky Guidelines Residents contact Alameda County Industries (San Leandro) at 510-357-7282 to schedule.

Residents of single-family homes and multi-plexes (2-4 units) can discard of up to 2-cubic yards of garbage and recyclable materials, and up to three bulky items. This service is available once per 12-month period (not calendar year). Additional pick-ups are for a charge.

Contact Alameda County Industries (San Leandro), 510-357-7282 or online for details and fees. C&D Requirements

Report trash and debris to the San Leandro Department of Public Works through Mobile311 or by calling (510) 577-3400.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris.

For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific Railroad online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

City of San Leandro Resources; Recycle@SanLeandro.org; Rates

Businesses:

Multifamily Properties:

  • Free indoor bins are available for small businesses with new service. Contact the San Leandro Recycling Program.
  • Free kitchen compost pails are available for multifamily residents. Contact your collection service provider to order.

Wall signs for San Leandro businesses and multifamily properties:

  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Paper or compostable plastic bags.
San Leandro (Oro Loma - L3)
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Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD – San Leandro)
510-613-8710
csnorthbay@wm.com

Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD – San Leandro) - 510-613-8710; csnorthbay@wm.com

Hazardous Waste and Curbside Set-out Information for batteries and motor oil & filters

San Leandro (Oro Loma) Bulky Pickup

Residential Bulky Pick-up (2x/yr). Residents and Property Managers may call (510) 613-8710 to schedule through Waste Management of Alameda County (Oro Loma SD - San Leandro).

Contact Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD – San Leandro) 510-613-8710 or csnorthbay@wm.com for details and fees. C&D Requirements

Report trash and debris in unincorporated Alameda County - including creeks and waterways - to the Mobile Citizen App through Alameda County Public Works Agency or by calling (510) 670-5480.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris.

For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific Railroad online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Oro Loma Resources - info@OroLoma.org; Rates (residential & commercial)

In Unincorporated Alameda County? Enter your address to find your Community.

Businesses:

  • Weekly pickup of one 95-gal compost cart provided at no additional cost.
  • Compost and recycling services are at a reduced cost compared to garbage service.
  • Business Recycling Guide

Multifamily Properties:

  • Weekly pickup of one 95-gal compost cart provided at no additional cost.
  • Compost and recycling services are at a reduced cost compared to garbage service.
  • Multifamily Recycling Guide
  • Wall signs for businesses and multifamily properties in the Oro Loma area of San Leandro
  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Clear plastic or paper bags.
San Lorenzo (Oro Loma)
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Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD – San Lorenzo)
510-613-8710
csnorthbay@wm.com

Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD – San Lorenzo) - 510-613-8710; csnorthbay@wm.com

Hazardous Waste and Curbside Set-out Information for batteries and motor oil & filters

San Lorenzo Bulky Waste Pickup

Residents (2x/yr) and Property Managers contact Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD – San Lorenzo) at 510-613-8710 to schedule.

Contact Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD – San Lorenzo), 510-613-8710 or csnorthbay@wm.com for details and fees. C&D Requirements

Report trash and debris in unincorporated Alameda County - including creeks and waterways - to the Mobile Citizen App through Alameda County Public Works Agency or by calling (510) 670-5480. .

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris.

For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific Railroad online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Oro Loma Resources - info@OroLoma.org; Rates (residential & commercial)

In Unincorporated Alameda County? Enter your address to find your Community.

Businesses:

  • Weekly pickup of one 95-gal compost cart provided at no additional cost.
  • Compost and recycling services are at a reduced cost compared to garbage service.

Multifamily Properties:

  • Weekly pickup of one 95-gal compost cart provided at no additional cost.
  • Compost and recycling services are at a reduced cost compared to garbage service.
  • Wall signs for businesses and multifamily properties in San Lorenzo
  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Clear plastic or paper bags.
Unincorporated Oro Loma (L1)
Hauler Contact Service Notes Special Action Service Bulky Pickup Service Debris Box/C&D Service Illegal Dumping Information For Residents For Businesses and Multifamily Properties Indoor Bin Details Signs and Posters Curbside Bag Rules

Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD Unincorporated County)
510-613-8710
csnorthbay@wm.com

Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD Unincorporated County) - 510-613-8710; csnorthbay@wm.com

Hazardous Waste and Curbside Set-out Information for batteries and motor oil & filters

Oro Loma Curbside Unincorporated Bulky Guidelines & Brochure

Residential Bulky Pick-up (2x/yr). Residents and Property Managers may call (510) 613-8710 to schedule through Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD Unincorporated County).

Contact Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC Oro Loma SD Unincorporated County), 510-613-8710 or csnorthbay@wm.com for details and fees. C&D Requirements

Report trash and debris in unincorporated Alameda County - including creeks and waterways - to the Mobile Citizen App through Alameda County Public Works Agency or by calling (510) 670-5480.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris. For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Oro Loma Resources - info@OroLoma.org; Rates (residential & commercial)

In Unincorporated Alameda County? Enter your address to find your Community and contact the County of Alameda's Recycling Hotline at recycle@acgov.org or 510-208-9531.

Businesses:

  • Weekly pickup of one 95-gal compost cart provided at no additional cost.
  • Compost and recycling services are at a reduced cost compared to garbage service.

Multifamily Properties:

  • Weekly pickup of one 95-gal compost cart provided at no additional cost.
  • Compost and recycling services are at a reduced cost compared to garbage service.
  • Wall signs for businesses and multifamily properties in Oro Loma Sanitary District
  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Clear plastic or paper bags.
Union City
Hauler Contact Service Notes Special Action Service Bulky Pickup Service Debris Box/C&D Service Illegal Dumping Information For Residents For Businesses and Multifamily Properties Indoor Bin Details Signs and Posters Curbside Bag Rules

Garbage Service: Republic Services (Union City), 510-657-3500, RecycleRep@RepublicServices.com

Recycling & Organics Service: Tri-CED Community Recycling, 510-429-8030, info@tri-ced.com

Place recyclables loose in Tri-CED Community Recycling bin/cart - do not bag.

Carts and bins provided by Tri-CED Community Recycling.

Collected by Republic Services (Union City)

Hazardous Waste (see FAQs) and Curbside Set-out Information for batteries, cell phones, and motor oil & filters

Union City Bulky Guidelines Residents and Property Managers contact Republic Services (Union City), 510-657-3500 to schedule.

Single-family residents and parcelized multi-family residents get 2 bulky item pick-ups/year at no additional cost. Property managers (on behalf of non-parcelized multi-family residents) and businesses can schedule pick-ups for bulky items (such as mattresses, tires, carpet, appliances, larger furniture) for a fee.

Debris boxes, from 6 to 40 yards, are available for household remodeling, landscape projects, site clean-up, construction & demolition, and other projects. Rates for debris boxes vary depending upon box size and filled weight. Call Republic Services (Union City) at 510-657-3500 or email Republic Services Customer Service for details & fees.

Report trash and debris to the Union City Dept of Public Works or by calling (510) 675-5308.

Report dumping along the freeways and off-ramps to CalTrans noting the Situation Type as Litter - Trash & Debris.

For railroad right-of-ways locations, report to Union Pacific online or by phone 1-888-877-7267.

For hazardous materials or chemical spills incidents, call: Alameda County Environmental Health - (510) 567-6700

For illegal/unlawful spraying or dumping of a pesticide, call: Alameda County Agriculture Commissioner's Office - (510) 670-5232

Union City Waste Collection Programs & Services

Businesses:

Multifamily Properties:

  • With garbage BINS: compost and recycling services are 40% off garbage rates.

  • With garbage CARTS: compost and recycling services are provided at no additional cost.

  • Multifamily property recycling guide: English, Spanish, Chinese

Service Rates

  • Republic Services offer free kitchen compost pails and indoor recycling bins for multifamily residents. Contact 510-657-3500.

Wall signs for Union City businesses and multifamily properties:

  • Recycling: Loose items only, not in bags of any kind.
  • Compost: Paper or compostable plastic bags.

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