Questions about what goes where in your curbside bins?
Visit StopWaste’s RE:Source guide for answers on what’s accepted in Emeryville.
FREE recycling tote bags and foodscraps pails available to all Emeryville residents.
RESIDENTS: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 510-596-3795 to request tote bags or a free countertop kitchen pail (while supplies last).
Holiday Service Schedule
Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)
Low Income Assistance
Motor Oil & Filter Collection
Neighborhood & On-Call Bulky
Carts can be collected from backyards for an additional fee, or no fee for qualifying disabled individuals. Call (510) 613-8710 for details.
Household batteries (AAA, AA, B, C, D & small button batteries), including rechargeable and cell phone batteries, can be recycled. Place batteries in a clear plastic bag, seal shut & tape to the top of the gray recyclables cart.
Trees are picked up curbside during the first two weeks of January, on your regular pickup day. Only clean trees will be picked up: no “snow” flocking, stands or decorations. Trees must be cut to less than 5 feet tall.
Click here to download informational tree recycling flier.
HHW Drop-off Center is located at 2100 East 7th St., Oakland. The facility is open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday except for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s week - 9am-1pm. Available to all Alameda County residents and no appointment is needed. For more information & schedule, call (800) 606-6606 or visit www.household-hazwaste.org.
Recycle compact fluorescent bulbs from the convenience of your home with the free mailback Lamptracker program provided by Waste Management and the City of Emeryville. Call (510) 613-8710 or e-mail email@example.com to request your free Mercury VaporLok container in a pre-paid mail back box.
Single-Family Dwelling Customers that can demonstrate that they receive assistance under PG&E’s California Alternative Rates for Energy Program (CARE) as it currently exists and is administered, shall receive a discount of twelve and one-half percent (12.5%) on their monthly Collection Service rate.
Place filled motor oil recycling jug & filter bag curbside, next to the your garbage cart. Do not put kit in the cart. Call Waste Management at (510) 613-8710 to have a free used motor oil jug delivered to you. Put used filters in a customer-provided sealed plastic bag.
This program is for motor oil only; for cooking oil recycling, call the City of Emeryville at (510) 596-3728.
Neighborhood pickups are scheduled for the month of April. Watch for future mailers with exact dates and information.
On-Call Bulky - you call, we’ll haul. Call (510) 613-8710 to schedule an individual pickup once per year at your convenience. Watch for guidelines in the mail.