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Delta HHW Collection Facility - Antioch - 2550 Pittsburg-Antioch Hwy

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Delta HHW Collection Facility

2550 Pittsburg-Antioch Hwy, Antioch, California 94509
(925) 756-1990
Hours:

Th, F & Sa 9am-4pm

Accepts the materials listed below at no charge from residents of Antioch, Bay Point, Bethel Island, Brentwood, Byron, Discovery Bay, Knightsen, Oakley, Pittsburg and other unincorporated areas in East County. Please call or visit their website for accepted and unaccepted items as well as details on transportation limits and delivery requirements. Special Events are held in Brentwood (second Saturday of October each year), Oakley (second Saturday of May each year) and Discovery Bay (third Saturday of June each year).

Small quantities of hazardous waste are accepted for a fee on an appointment only basis from qualifying non-profit groups, landlords, condo operators, small businesses, and other eligible organizations or commercial entities.
Visit website for further information about eligibility.

Item Notes Method Destination
Aerosol Can - Non-empty
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Antifreeze
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Asbestos
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Audio & Visual Equipment - Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Batteries - Automotive or Boat
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Batteries - Household - Non-rechargeable
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Cameras & Camcorders - Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Cell Phones - Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Compressed Gas Cylinders - Refillable
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Compressed Gas Cylinders - Single-use/Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Computer Monitors - Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Computers - Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Cooking Oil/Grease/Fats
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Copy Machines - Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Electronics - Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Fire Extinguishers
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Flares - Road
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Fuel
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Gaming Systems & Accessories - Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Greeting Cards - Musical/Electronic Piece
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Hazardous Materials & Wastes
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Helium Tanks - Empty
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Helium Tanks - Non-empty
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Household Cleaners
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Ink Cartridges
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Inks
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Lacquers/Stains/Varnishes
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Light Bulbs - CFLs
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Light Bulbs - Fluorescent Tubes NEVER tape fluorescent light tubes together. Doing so increases the risk of breakage and mercury contamination. To pack fluorescents or HIDs, use original packaging or other sturdy protective containers. Secure the packaging with tape or twine. Place smaller bulbs, such as compact fluorescents and halogens, in a zip-loc bag.
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Light Bulbs - LED
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Medications No controlled substances. Go to https://www.deltadiablo.org/pharmaceuticals for more information.
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Mercury Thermometers
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Mercury-Containing Items NEVER tape fluorescent light tubes together. Doing so increases the risk of breakage and mercury contamination. To pack fluorescents or HIDs, use original packaging or other sturdy protective containers. Secure the packaging with tape or twine. Place smaller bulbs, such as compact fluorescents and halogens, in a zip-loc bag.
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Microwave - Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Motor Oil
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Nail polish - Non-empty
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Needles & Syringes The Delta HHW Collection Facility Sharps Program is available to residents of East Contra Costa County. Please go to https://www.deltadiablo.org/sharps for more information and directions.
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Oil Filters
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Paint - Interior & Exterior - New/Unopened
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Paint - Interior & Exterior - Non-empty
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Personal Care & Beauty Products - New/Unused
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Propane Cylinders - 1 lb - Empty Single-use
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Propane Cylinders - 1 lb - Refillable
  • Free Drop-off
  • Recycle
Single-use Personal Care & Beauty Products
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Television - Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Thermostats
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Toner Cartridges
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Toys & Games - With Electronics - Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
VCRs/CD/DVD Players - Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle
Video Projectors - Non-working
  • Free Drop-off
  • Paid Drop-off
  • Recycle

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