Electronic and universal waste, such as fluorescent tubes and consumer batteries, are prohibited from the trash. These wastes contain a variety of toxic components like lead, cadmium and mercury, arsenic, and flame retardants, and when dumped in a landfill, these materials can contaminate the soil and groundwater, thus impacting surrounding areas.
Examples of electronic waste include: microwaves, T.V.’s, computer monitors and towers, cell phones, iPods, DVD players, stereos, etc.
Examples of Universal Waste Include: used motor oil and filters, batteries, fluorescent tubes and bulbs, SHARPS, etc.
If you are a residential customer, you may schedule up to one free Bulky Item Pickup that includes electronic items (this is good for large appliances like refrigerators or washing machines).
Vallejo Transfer Station Accepted Items:
- CD-DVD players
- Cell phones
- Computer monitors (up to 4)
- Computer peripherals, including mice and keyboards
- Digital clocks
- Fax machines
- Hand-held electronics
- Microwaves and other small household appliances
- MP3 players
- Personal digital assistants
- Televisions (up to 4)
- Video cassette recorders
Drop off electronic items at the Recology Vallejo-American Canyon Recycling Facility (no large appliances).
Customers must be able to unload the materials they bring in.
You may also drop off some select items to the original manufacturer.