Electronic Waste & Household Hazardous Waste

Electronic Waste

Amador Valley Industries

Amador Valley Industries (AVI)  offers three free on-call large item pick-ups per year for single family residents. Electronic waste can be scheduled for pick-up via this free service. For a complete list of acceptable items and program rules, please consult the How-To Guide. Call AVI at 925-479-9545 to schedule your large item pick-up. For multi-family residents, please contact your property manager to coordinate a pick-up with AVI.

Recycle 1 2 3 4

Recycle 1 2 3 4 helps residents and businesses all over the Bay Area recycle their unwanted electronics. Recycle 1 2 3 4 offers flat rate e-Waste Doorstep Pickup in Dublin for any resident or business. Visit their website or contact Recycle 1 2 3 4 at 510-468-2642 for more information. 

StopWaste-RESource-sidebar-blockCheck out StopWaste's RE:Source guide for nearby reuse, repair, recycling and safe disposal options.

For Information on Safe Disposal Options: 

  • Visit StopWaste's Re:Source guide for nearby reuse, repair, recycling and safe disposal options.
  • Call the Alameda County Recycling Hotline at 877-STOPWASTE (786-7927)
  • Visit Household Hazardous Waste 
  • Safely dispose of drugs and sharps in the Tri-Valley at these locations or visit StopWaste.org for a complete list of locations in Alameda County.

Alameda County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facilities 

Free Drop-Off Facilities





Accepted Items:

These materials are accepted at the Alameda County Household Hazardous Waste facilities. Click on the icons for details and drop-off instructions. 


Annual Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Event (May)

Amador Valley Industries coordinates a one-day Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Event available to all Dublin residents annually, usually on the first Saturday in May. Please watch your mailbox and our website for more information on the event location and date, or call Amador Valley Industries at 925-479-9545.

Paint Recycling

In Dublin, you can return used paint to the Sherwin-Williams and Kelly-Moore Paint stores. The paint must be part of the PaintCare program and must have a valid label on the paint can. Visit the PaintCare website for detailed information on how to recycle your paint cans. We suggest that you also call the stores ahead for hours and to make sure the store can accept the amount and type of paint you would like to recycle. The Alameda County HHW facilities will also accept paint.

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Visit the PaintCare website to find paint drop-off sites and learn more about how to reduce paint waste.