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HHW One-Day Event in Albany
Date/Time: Sunday, June 2, 2024 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Albany One-Day Event
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Albany, CA 94706
(800) 606-6606

The Household Hazardous Waste program is sponsoring a free one-day event in Albany on Sunday, June 2, 2024 for residents of Alameda County only. 

Registration is Closed

We're sorry to let you know that the event is already full, and we're no longer accepting registrations. However, there are other options available for you to dispose of your hazardous household waste. The Oakland, Hayward, and Livermore HHW Facilities are open on a weekly basis, providing a convenient and safe way to handle your hazardous materials. To find out more about these facilities and their operating hours, you can click here.

For more information about future events, you can periodically check in on the One-Day Drop-off Events page, or if you want to be notified about future events, you can sign up for StopWaste's At Home e-newsletter. By subscribing, you'll receive the latest program updates, resources, and information about upcoming events. 

Event Instructions

  • Stay in your vehicle. It is state law. Please place items in an unlocked trunk or back cargo space.
  • Have your driver's license ready. We will scan your license to verify Alameda County residency. If your driver’s license doesn't have an Alameda County address, please show proof of residency by bringing a recent utility bill or a copy of a rental or ownership agreement.
  • For more information call 800-606-6606 or email
  • Businesses cannot participate in these events; find information about business hazardous waste disposal.

Materials Accepted at this Event

Prohibited Items at This Event

  • Treated wood waste including railroad ties, click for more information
  • Asbestos
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Large appliances (such as air conditioners, refrigerators, stoves, washers, etc.)
  • Construction and demolition waste
  • Smoke detectors
  • Explosives (such as ammunition, fireworks, marine flares, gunpowder)
  • Radioactives