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Machinery and tools with electric motors

General Recycling Information

Please reuse or recycle all your electronics responsibly.

More information on electronics recycling.

Recycling Options

Goodwill Donation Xpress
Two locations in Davis:

2939 Spafford Drive, Suite 110
753-2524

417 Mace Blvd.
759-1136
goodwillsacto.org

Furniture, clothing and housewares in good condition. Electronics (no large appliances) are also accepted for recycling from CA residents only--ID will be checked.

http://www.goodwillsacto.org/donate-now/

Green Zone Recycling
661-6800
225 Industrial Way Ste. C
Woodland

automobile parts, bed frames, bicycles, cameras (video and still), cardboard, cellular phones, computer monitors, copper pipe, file cabinets, irons, machinery and tools with electric motors, magazines, metal (all kinds), metal furniture, plastic bags, pots and pans, satellite dishes (metal), steel paint cans (empty and dry), stereos, TVs, tools, utensils (forks, knives, spoons), vacuum cleaners, VCRs, video and still cameras, video game machines (PS, XBOX, etc.), water heaters

Yolo County Central Landfill
44090 Co Rd 28H
Woodland, CA 95776
530-666-8813
yolocounty.org/landfill

Accepted for FREE recycling: electronics, scrap metal, plastic, paper, cardboard, glass food and beverage containers, household batteries, car batteries, car batteries, aluminum cans, used motor oil and filters, ink/toner cartridges, mercury thermostats, microwaves, paint (latex), metal cans, hydraulic oil, transmission fluid and oil, plastics #1-7, rigid plastics, mattresses

These items are also accepted at the landfill for recycling--fees do apply: toilets, stoves, ovens, freezers, refrigerators, wood, lumber, yard materials, dirt, concrete, gravel, sand, brick, bicycle tires, asphalt, tires, washing machines and dryers.

Every Friday and Saturday from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM, the landfill accepts household hazardous waste from residents, including: automotive products, fire extinguishers, fluorescent bulbs and tubes, gasoline and other flammables, herbicides, household cleaners, mercury thermometers, mercury thermostats, paint (oil and latex), pesticides, pharmaceuticals (non-controlled), pool chemicals, propane tanks, solvents, syringes (containerized), etc.

Magazines (recent)

General Recycling Information

Recycle with paper.

Recycling Options

Davis Waste Removal Recycling Center
756-4646
2727 2nd Street
Davis CA 95616

DWRCo.com

FREE recycling drop-off 24/7:cardboard, paper, rigid plastics,glass,steel and aluminum cans,scrap metal,tin foil,used motor oil and used oil filters.

The CRV Redemption Center at Davis Waste Removal is open Monday-Friday 9:30am - 2:00pm and Saturday 8:00am - 4:00pm. Properly labeled and containerized sharps waste is accepted for safe disposal from Davis residents at the DWR CRV redemption center during buyback hours.

Green Zone Recycling
661-6800
225 Industrial Way Ste. C
Woodland

automobile parts, bed frames, bicycles, cameras (video and still), cardboard, cellular phones, computer monitors, copper pipe, file cabinets, irons, machinery and tools with electric motors, magazines, metal (all kinds), metal furniture, plastic bags, pots and pans, satellite dishes (metal), steel paint cans (empty and dry), stereos, TVs, tools, utensils (forks, knives, spoons), vacuum cleaners, VCRs, video and still cameras, video game machines (PS, XBOX, etc.), water heaters


Yolo County Central Landfill
44090 Co Rd 28H
Woodland, CA 95776
530-666-8813
yolocounty.org/landfill

Accepted for FREE recycling: electronics, scrap metal, plastic, paper, cardboard, glass food and beverage containers, household batteries, car batteries, car batteries, aluminum cans, used motor oil and filters, ink/toner cartridges, mercury thermostats, microwaves, paint (latex), metal cans, hydraulic oil, transmission fluid and oil, plastics #1-7, rigid plastics, mattresses

These items are also accepted at the landfill for recycling--fees do apply: toilets, stoves, ovens, freezers, refrigerators, wood, lumber, yard materials, dirt, concrete, gravel, sand, brick, bicycle tires, asphalt, tires, washing machines and dryers.

Every Friday and Saturday from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM, the landfill accepts household hazardous waste from residents, including: automotive products, fire extinguishers, fluorescent bulbs and tubes, gasoline and other flammables, herbicides, household cleaners, mercury thermometers, mercury thermostats, paint (oil and latex), pesticides, pharmaceuticals (non-controlled), pool chemicals, propane tanks, solvents, syringes (containerized), etc.

Reuse Options

United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Sacramento
1-800-860-0357

appliances, baby clothes, supplies and diapers, beds, bed frames, bed linens, binders, blankets, blenders, books, bowls, CDs, CD players, cellular phones, clothes, clothes dryers, clothes hangers, coffee makers, coloring books, computer monitors, desks, digital scales, dining chairs, DVDs, DVD players, electric toothbrushes, eyeglasses, file cabinets, flowerpots, food processor, furniture, home decor, hot plate, household goods, ink toner, ipods, irons, jewelry, lamps, linens, microwaves, mirrors, MP3 players, unopened personal care products, picture frames, planting trays, plastic outdoor furniture, plates, pots and pans, printer cartridges, puzzles, radios, rugs, shoes, sofas, space heaters, stereos, suitcases, table linens, tables, telephones, TVs, toasters, tomato/strawberry baskets, toys, utensils, vacuum cleaners, VCRs, video game machines

Yolo County Public Library
757-5593
315 E 14th Street
Davis


Mattress

General Recycling Information

Mattresses and box springs can be recycled every day for free at the Yolo County Central Landfill.

Mattresses and Box Springs DO NOT include: sleeping bags, pillows, an unattached mattress pad or mattress topper (even items with resilient filling intended to be used with or on top of a mattress), a car bed, crib or bassinet mattress, juvenile products or the pads used for such juvenile products, waterbeds, air mattresses that contain no upholstery material (such as a camping mattress), sofa beds and futons.

Recycling Options

Yolo County Central Landfill
44090 Co Rd 28H
Woodland, CA 95776
530-666-8813
yolocounty.org/landfill

Accepted for FREE recycling: electronics, scrap metal, plastic, paper, cardboard, glass food and beverage containers, household batteries, car batteries, car batteries, aluminum cans, used motor oil and filters, ink/toner cartridges, mercury thermostats, microwaves, paint (latex), metal cans, hydraulic oil, transmission fluid and oil, plastics #1-7, rigid plastics, mattresses

These items are also accepted at the landfill for recycling--fees do apply: toilets, stoves, ovens, freezers, refrigerators, wood, lumber, yard materials, dirt, concrete, gravel, sand, brick, bicycle tires, asphalt, tires, washing machines and dryers.

Every Friday and Saturday from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM, the landfill accepts household hazardous waste from residents, including: automotive products, fire extinguishers, fluorescent bulbs and tubes, gasoline and other flammables, herbicides, household cleaners, mercury thermometers, mercury thermostats, paint (oil and latex), pesticides, pharmaceuticals (non-controlled), pool chemicals, propane tanks, solvents, syringes (containerized), etc.

Reuse Options

Yolo Wayfarer Center
661-1218
207 4th Street
Woodland

baby clothes, diapers & supplies, mattresses, bed frames, linens, binders, blankets, bowls, plates, clothing, furniture, home decor, household goods, office equipment, oven, washing machine, pots and pans, shoes, utensils

Medical and infectious waste

General Recycling Information

DO NOT THROW AWAY IN THE TRASH.

Needles: Place in certified sharps container and bring to a Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Event.

For more information, see our sharps disposal web page.

All other medical wastes: Call 666-8646 for disposal information.

Medical equipment and supplies

Reuse Options

Re Cares Network
(510) 251-2273
2619 Broadway
Oakland

eye glasses, hearing aids, medical equipment and supplies, personal care products (unopened)

Medicine (prescriptions and non-prescriptions)

General Recycling Information

Medications should never be flushed down the toilet or poured down the sink. More information on not flushing unused medications.

How to prepare medications for disposal:

1. Check if Acceptable

Accepted:

• Schedule II - V Non-Controlled medications
• Over-the-counter medications (pills and liquids)
• Medications ointments/ lotions
• Pet medications
• Controlled Substances* (i.e. codeine, morphine, oxycodone, Norco, etc.) are ONLY accepted at the Davis Police Department

Not Accepted:

• Illegal (Schedule I) Substances
• Medical sharps and needles
• Iodine-containing medications
• Mercury thermometers
• Radiopharmaceuticals
• Chemotherapy or cytotoxic medicines
• Compressed cylinders or Aerosols (e.g. asthma inhalers)—bring to the Yolo hazardous waste drop-off
• Vitamins & dietary supplements (place in the trash)
• Business medical waste
• Bloody or infectious waste
• Personal care products

2. Prepare for Drop-Off

Protect your privacy - Scratch, remove or blackout your information on the prescription label.

Place the pills in a clear zipper bag - If no clear zipper bag is available, dump the pills into the kiosk directly. Recycle the medicine container.

Liquids and creams - These must remain in their original container be sealed tightly.

3. Place in Kiosk

Drop off your medications in the bins at these locations:

  • City of Davis Police Department 2600 5th St. (530) 747-5400
    • Open Monday - Thursday & every other Friday 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
    • This location accepts controlled substances.
  • Davis Compounding Solutions, 1205 Drake Drive, Suite C (530) 756-1255
    • Medications are accepted every day during normal business hours. Not Accepted: Controlled substances, personal care products, sharps, bloody or infectious waste, thermometers, hydrogen peroxide, aerosol cans, business waste, & radiopharmaceuticals.
  • Yolo County Central Landfill, CR 28H & 104 (530) 666-8729
    • During the weekly household hazardous drop-off events, non-controlled medications are accepted for free drop-off from Yolo County residents. Controlled substances not accepted.

Please note: Controlled Substances (i.e. codeine, morphine, oxycodone, Norco, etc.) are ONLY accepted at the Davis Police Department.

Metal (all kinds) – see Scrap Metal

Metal Polish­­

General Recycling Information

DO NOT THROW AWAY IN THE TRASH--this is Household Hazardous Waste.

Take to a Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Event.

Reuse Options

Reusable paints and other items brought to the Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off events are available to the public for free during reusable product days.

Microwave

General Recycling Information

These are illegal to throw away in the trash. Bring them to a location listed below for free and safe recycling.

Recycling Options

Yolo County Central Landfill
44090 Co Rd 28H
Woodland, CA 95776
530-666-8813
yolocounty.org/landfill

Accepted for FREE recycling: electronics, scrap metal, plastic, paper, cardboard, glass food and beverage containers, household batteries, car batteries, car batteries, aluminum cans, used motor oil and filters, ink/toner cartridges, mercury thermostats, microwaves, paint (latex), metal cans, hydraulic oil, transmission fluid and oil, plastics #1-7, rigid plastics, mattresses

These items are also accepted at the landfill for recycling--fees do apply: toilets, stoves, ovens, freezers, refrigerators, wood, lumber, yard materials, dirt, concrete, gravel, sand, brick, bicycle tires, asphalt, tires, washing machines and dryers.

Every Friday and Saturday from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM, the landfill accepts household hazardous waste from residents, including: automotive products, fire extinguishers, fluorescent bulbs and tubes, gasoline and other flammables, herbicides, household cleaners, mercury thermometers, mercury thermostats, paint (oil and latex), pesticides, pharmaceuticals (non-controlled), pool chemicals, propane tanks, solvents, syringes (containerized), etc.

Reuse Options

All Things Right and Relevant
759-9648
1640 E 8th Street
Davis

baby clothes, bed linens, blankets, books, bowls, CDs & CD players, clothing, DVDs and DVD players, furniture, home decor, household goods, jewelry, kitchen appliances, linens, microwaves, mirrors, pots and pans, shoes, VHS videos and VCRs, radios, unopened personal care products and utensils. All items must be in great shape. Please call first to see is space is available.

Goodwill Donation Xpress
Two locations in Davis:

2939 Spafford Drive, Suite 110
753-2524

417 Mace Blvd.
759-1136
goodwillsacto.org

Furniture, clothing and housewares in good condition. Electronics (no large appliances) are also accepted for recycling from CA residents only--ID will be checked.

http://www.goodwillsacto.org/donate-now/

Goodwill Store
668-8249
120 Main Street
Woodland

baby clothes, diapers & supplies, bed frames, linens, bikes, binders, blankets, business supplies, books, bowls, plates, CDs & CD players, clothing, DVDs and DVD players, furniture, kitchen appliances, home decor, household goods, office equipment, oven, VHS videos and VCRs, radios, unopened personal care products, flower pots, eye glasses & eye equipment, washing machine, pots and pans, shoes, utensils

Re-Use Store
916-399-8900
6350 27th Street CA
Sacramento CA 95822

Digital appliances, washer and dryer sets in good condition and working, newer refrigerators in good condition and working, cleaned usable lumber, unopened containers of water base paint, cabinets in good condition, bricks, masonry and more. Call to discuss your material and to arrange a possible pick up. http://reusestore.org.

Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Center
661-6336

baby clothes, diapers & supplies, bed linens, blankets, Campbell's soup labels, children's clothing, clothes, clothes hangers, non-perishable food, un-opened personal care products, cell phones, telephones, wrapping paper, dryer, file cabinets, food processor, linens, microwave, oven, pots and pans, shoes, tools, toys, unused coloring books, washing machine, alarm clocks, toilet paper, cleaning products

SPCA Yolo County Thrift Store
758-0544
920 3rd Street
Davis

baby clothes, bed linens, bikes, binders, blankets, blenders, books (children's and fiction), bowls, CDs, children's clothing, clothes, desk, dining chairs, DVD players, DVDs, file cabinets, flowerpots, furniture, home decor, household goods, jewelry, linens, microwave, mirror, picture frame, plates, pots and pans, radios, records, rugs, sheets, shoes, speakers, table, table linens, tapes, toasters, toys, coloring books, utensils, VCRs, VHS

United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Sacramento
1-800-860-0357

appliances, baby clothes, supplies and diapers, beds, bed frames, bed linens, binders, blankets, blenders, books, bowls, CDs, CD players, cellular phones, clothes, clothes dryers, clothes hangers, coffee makers, coloring books, computer monitors, desks, digital scales, dining chairs, DVDs, DVD players, electric toothbrushes, eyeglasses, file cabinets, flowerpots, food processor, furniture, home decor, hot plate, household goods, ink toner, ipods, irons, jewelry, lamps, linens, microwaves, mirrors, MP3 players, unopened personal care products, picture frames, planting trays, plastic outdoor furniture, plates, pots and pans, printer cartridges, puzzles, radios, rugs, shoes, sofas, space heaters, stereos, suitcases, table linens, tables, telephones, TVs, toasters, tomato/strawberry baskets, toys, utensils, vacuum cleaners, VCRs, video game machines

Yolo Hospice Thrift Shop
668-1599
607 Main Street
Woodland

baby clothes and supplies, bed frames, bed linens, beds, bikes, binders, blankets, blenders, books, bowls, business inventory, CDs, cell phones, children's clothing, clothes, clothes hangers, coloring books, desks, dining chairs, dryers, DVD players, DVDs, eye equipment, eyeglasses, file cabinets, flowerpots, food processor, furniture, home decor, hot plate, household goods, jewelry, linens, magazines, microwave, mirror, office equipment, oven, personal care products (unopened), picture frame, plates, pots and pans, radios, records, rugs, sofa, sheets, shoes, speakers, table, table linens, tapes, telephones, toasters, tools, toys, utensils, VCRs, VHS, washing machine and wrapping paper. Please do not donate broken or damaged items.

Yolo Wayfarer Center
661-1218
207 4th Street
Woodland

baby clothes, diapers & supplies, mattresses, bed frames, linens, binders, blankets, bowls, plates, clothing, furniture, home decor, household goods, office equipment, oven, washing machine, pots and pans, shoes, utensils

Milk carton

General Recycling Information

Refrigerated paper juice and milk cartons (any paper cartons found in the refrigerated section of a grocery store) are accepted in organics carts. Shelf-stable juice boxes & pouches (found in the non-refrigerated section of a grocery store) are not accepted for recycling or composting in Davis. These products are made from paper, but are coated with wax and/or plastic film and metal foil, which make the materials very difficult to recycle and compost.

Plastic and glass milk cartons are recyclable.

Mirror

General Recycling Information

Throw broken mirrors in the trash. Do not place broken mirror glass in recycling carts. Metal mirror frames can be recycled with scrap metal.

Reuse Options

All Things Right and Relevant
759-9648
1640 E 8th Street
Davis

baby clothes, bed linens, blankets, books, bowls, CDs & CD players, clothing, DVDs and DVD players, furniture, home decor, household goods, jewelry, kitchen appliances, linens, microwaves, mirrors, pots and pans, shoes, VHS videos and VCRs, radios, unopened personal care products and utensils. All items must be in great shape. Please call first to see is space is available.

Goodwill Donation Xpress
Two locations in Davis:

2939 Spafford Drive, Suite 110
753-2524

417 Mace Blvd.
759-1136
goodwillsacto.org

Furniture, clothing and housewares in good condition. Electronics (no large appliances) are also accepted for recycling from CA residents only--ID will be checked.

http://www.goodwillsacto.org/donate-now/

Goodwill Store
668-8249
120 Main Street
Woodland

baby clothes, diapers & supplies, bed frames, linens, bikes, binders, blankets, business supplies, books, bowls, plates, CDs & CD players, clothing, DVDs and DVD players, furniture, kitchen appliances, home decor, household goods, office equipment, oven, VHS videos and VCRs, radios, unopened personal care products, flower pots, eye glasses & eye equipment, washing machine, pots and pans, shoes, utensils

SPCA Yolo County Thrift Store
758-0544
920 3rd Street
Davis

baby clothes, bed linens, bikes, binders, blankets, blenders, books (children's and fiction), bowls, CDs, children's clothing, clothes, desk, dining chairs, DVD players, DVDs, file cabinets, flowerpots, furniture, home decor, household goods, jewelry, linens, microwave, mirror, picture frame, plates, pots and pans, radios, records, rugs, sheets, shoes, speakers, table, table linens, tapes, toasters, toys, coloring books, utensils, VCRs, VHS

United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Sacramento
1-800-860-0357

appliances, baby clothes, supplies and diapers, beds, bed frames, bed linens, binders, blankets, blenders, books, bowls, CDs, CD players, cellular phones, clothes, clothes dryers, clothes hangers, coffee makers, coloring books, computer monitors, desks, digital scales, dining chairs, DVDs, DVD players, electric toothbrushes, eyeglasses, file cabinets, flowerpots, food processor, furniture, home decor, hot plate, household goods, ink toner, ipods, irons, jewelry, lamps, linens, microwaves, mirrors, MP3 players, unopened personal care products, picture frames, planting trays, plastic outdoor furniture, plates, pots and pans, printer cartridges, puzzles, radios, rugs, shoes, sofas, space heaters, stereos, suitcases, table linens, tables, telephones, TVs, toasters, tomato/strawberry baskets, toys, utensils, vacuum cleaners, VCRs, video game machines

Yolo County Central Landfill
44090 Co Rd 28H
Woodland, CA 95776
530-666-8813
yolocounty.org/landfill

The Yolo County Central Landfill accepts reusable furniture, household items and building materials that are clean and in good working condition (“like new”) items for free.All donations are subject to inspection and may be rejected for donation.

Example of acceptable items include:Bicycles, Kids Toys, Outdoor Play Structures, Wagons, Sporting Goods (Exercise Equipment, weights, croquet set, etc.), Lumber (Clean Wood 2”x4”s and 4”x4”s), Doors and Screens, Windows (Double Paned, Vinyl), Flooring (including tile and hardwood), Lighting Fixtures, Lamps and Fans, Electronics, Wood Furniture, Patio Furniture and Umbrella Stands, Office Furniture and Supplies, Bricks and Pavers (no dirt, no sod, no rocks or soil), Cabinetry and Countertops (doors/drawers must be in tact), Books, DVDs, CDs and Vinyl Records, Tools/Hardware (including plumbing fixtures), Lawn and Garden (Flower Pots, Hose Reels, Garden Tools, Wheelbarrows, Lawn mowers, Edgers), Mirrors, Housewares (Dishes, Silverware, Cookware, Picture Frames, knickknacks, etc.)

Unacceptable Donations Include: Mattresses, car seats, clothing, linens, pillows, rugs or used carpets, cloth furniture with rips, stains, tears. The landfill may refuse any donation at their discretion.

Bring reusable items to the scale house at the landfill during normal operating hours. Reusable items will be sent to the Big Blue Recycling Barn Thrift Store at the landfill.

Usable household hazardous waste items (paints, cleaning products and more) are accepted at the household hazardous waste drop-off day for free and will be offered for free reuse at the Reuse Barn.

Moth balls

General Recycling Information

DO NOT THROW AWAY IN THE TRASH--this is Household Hazardous Waste.

Take to a Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Event.

Reuse Options

Reusable paints and other items brought to the Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off events are available to the public for free during reusable product days.

MP3 player – see Electronics

 

Musical greeting card

General Recycling Information

Singing greeting cards may be fun, but they contain button batteries and circuit boards that can be harmful to our health and the environment when disposed of improperly.

Recycling Options: Remove the button battery and circuit board from the card or balloon. Recycle the batteries and electronic portions separately.

More information on electronics recycling.

More information on battery recycling.