Bulky Items

Accepted Bulky Items:

5 garbage bags (32 gallon size) of garbage OR 1 item no longer than 6 ft and no heavier than 100 pounds, such as washing machines or dryers (fees apply to refrigerators).

For large items that don’t fit in your bins, like old furniture, appliances, or mattresses, schedule a curbside Bulky Item Collection.

We cannot accept hazardous waste, construction and demolition debris, dirt, sod, and concrete, liquids, rock, hot ashes, and materials that exceed five feet in length. Items that weigh over 150 lbs may require an extra fee.

RESIDENTS

Residents and tenants receive 3 curbside bulky item collections per calendar year at no additional charge. If you exceed your number of free pickups, you may request additional collections for a fee.

  • If you wish to use all your collections at one time, you may request it when you place your order.
  • In December, Bulky Item Collections must be scheduled by December 10th.
  • Weight limits may apply and acceptability of items is at the discretion of the driver.
  • Bulky Item Pickups are subject to availability and are non-transferable from year-to-year.
  • To avoid a return trip fee, item(s) must be curbside/at the street by 6am for pick-up. Driver will NOT remove items(s) from inside your home.

Property Managers
We recommend coordinating a bulky item collection day for your tenants. We will schedule an on-site assessment to determine the location and size of container(s) needed.

Extra Bag Tags
If you have extra garbage for pickup, you may contact us to purchase an Extra Bag Tag for curbside pickup. Extra material must be bagged and arrangements made with our office in advance for pickup.

COMMERCIAL

Customers may schedule bulky item collections for a fee. Businesses may utilize this service on a daily basis or as needed. Give us a call to receive free estimates.

 

 


DONATE

Before you toss it, consider donating usable items to a friend, local charity or non-profit organization in San Mateo County. Not only will you be helping divert items from the landfill – you will also be helping a great organization!

Please visit any one of the sites below for more information:

      • Assistance League of San Mateo County
        Funds from resale are used to purchase new clothing, uniforms and books for underprivileged elementary school children and new books for family literacy programs.

      • California Materials Exchange
        CalMAX’s mission is to build reuse markets for materials from businesses, organizations, industry, schools, and individuals, and to find markets for non-hazardous materials that may otherwise be discarded.

      • Children’s Fund of San Mateo County
        The Children’s Fund benefits children and teens being served by the County of San Mateo’s Human Services Agency, probation and mental health departments, as well as any children living in poverty throughout San Mateo County.

      • FreeCycle
        A grassroots and non-profit organization of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own communities.

      • Goodwill®
        Goodwill® inspires hope and self-confidence, helping people from all backgrounds and walks of life to feel successful, valuable and dignified.

  • Pick of the Litter
    Buy or donate items and help homeless animals. All proceeds benefit the Peninsula Humane Society.

  • RAFT (Resource Area for Teaching)
    Everything you donate is used to help children learn.

  • Recycle for Breast Cancer
    Help protect the environment and support a worthy cause. Recycle for Breast Cancer provides prepaid shipping labels, envelopes or collection materials based on the condition, quantity and weight of the items you have.

  • RecycleWorks Reuse Guide
    A listing of local organizations that accept household items for donation.

  • Samaritan House
    A non-profit agency serving low income families and individuals in San Mateo County.

  • St. Vincent de Paul
    A non-profit organization that provides direct assistance to anyone suffering or in need