A product is considered hazardous if it is labeled as corrosive, ignitable, toxic, poisonous, infectious, or if it will react or explode when mixed with other substances.
A product is considered electronic waste if it has circuitry, digital displays, or programmable features.
It is illegal to place hazardous or electronic waste in the trash.
Santa Rosa Recycling and Collection will collect electronics for recycling, as a
bulky item pickup. Please contact customer service to set up an
appointment, and for more details.
Any Sonoma County transfer station will accept household electronics for recycling. Goodwill will also accept electronics, working or not.
Please also visit www.recyclenow.org for additional recycling options, as well as for community drop-off events.
We offer a curbside pickup for customers who change their own oil. Call customer
service to request an oil kit. You will be provided with special container and a
zip-lock filter bag. When filled, call customer service to request a pick up.
Place oil and filters at the curb next (NOT IN) to your recycling cart for pickup.
There are also many locations in Sonoma County that will accept motor oil for recycling. Most locations also take filters. To find the location nearest you, visit www.recyclenow.org and click on recycling.