Recycling for Residents
Alameda County residents get high marks for their commitment to recycling, with some of the best recycling and composting rates in the country.
But there’s more work to be done. Right now, about 32 percent of what winds up in our landfills is readily recyclable or compostable.
Help us reach our countywide goal: By 2020, less than 10 percent of Alameda County’s trash will be readily recyclable or compostable.
Click on the links above for helpful information about recycling for residents, including how to contact your local recycling and garbage service providers, where to safely dispose of household hazardous waste, and how to make the most of your curbside food scrap recycling service.
Also check out our Preventing Waste for Residents section for tips on saving energy, water and other resources at home.
If you don’t see what you’re looking for on our website, please contact us.