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What & How to Recycle at Transfer Stations

Place the items below in the co-mingled recycling bin.

    MIXED PAPER (Dry Only)
    Office paper, newspaper, magazines, manila folders,
    paper bags, shredded paper, catalogs, calendars
    NO: plastic or wax coated paper, tissues, paper towels

    GLASS BOTTLES & JARS (Rinsed & Dried)
    NO:
    Window or auto glass, mirrors, drinking glasses, light bulbs, ceramics, picture glass
    knick-knacks, lead crystal or glass other than bottles or jars.

    #1 PLASTIC (PETE) (Rinsed & Dried)
    Water bottles; any food, personal product or household cleaner
    containers labeled #1. Caps OK.

    #2 PLASTIC (HDPE) (Rinsed & Dried)
    Milk jugs; any food, personal product or household cleaner
    containers labeled #2. Rinsed & dried. Lids OK.

    #3-7 PLASTIC (Rinsed & Dried)
    Any food, personal product or household cleaner containers
    labeled with a #3 through #7.  Lids OK.
    NO: Styrofoam, food-contaminated items, tarps, toys,
    unnumbered plastic, plastic bags, auto fluid containers,
    chairs, swimming pools, PVC pipe or other large items

    CARDBOARD & CHIPBOARD (Dry Only)
    Corrugated cardboard, such as cartons, & chipboard items
    such as mailing & toilet tissue tubes, cookie & cracker
    boxes, egg cartons
    NO: Plastic lined or waxed materials, such as milk & juice
    cartons, or food contaminated items, such as pizza boxes

    METAL & ALUMINUM
    Cans (rinsed & dried), coat hangers, small empty propane tanks,
    bottle caps, empty aerosol cans, clean aluminum foil. Tell
    attendant if you have large items for the scrap metal pile.

    The following recyclable materials are not allowed to be disposed of as household trash or placed in the co-mingled recyclables bin. A fee is charged for items marked with an * to cover handling costs. 

    See the attendant if you have

  •   Vehicle batteries                     • *Computers
  •   Household batteries                • *Cell phones, PDAs, pagers, Ipods
  •   *Tires                                          • * VCRs, answering machines
  •   Scrap metal                             •  *Stereos, radios
  •   *Appliances                             •  *Home printers & copiers
  •   *Refrigerators                           •  *CRTs, LCDs, laptops & other screens
  •   Fluorescent tubes & bulbs           less than 36” on the diagonal
  •   *Refrigerators                           • *Business size printers & copiers
  •  Large empty propane             • *CRTs, LCDs, laptops & other screens

    tanks valves removed                 more than 36” on the diagonal


    *** Don Pedro Transfer Station also accepts used motor oil & filters.

 

TRANSFER STATION LOCATIONS & HOURS


DON PEDRO TRANSFER STATION
9729 Merced Falls Rd., LaGrange
(209) 852-9692
Open Thursdays, Friday, & Saturdays  9 a.m.-noon; 12:30 p.m.-5 p.m.
Closed all other days & major holidays

COULTERVILLE TRANSFER STATION
Mary Harrison Mine Rd., 1 mi. south of Coulterville
Open Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon; 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed all other days & holidays

HORNITOS TRANSFER STATION
Cemetery Rd. off Catherine St., Hornitos
Open 1st & 3rd Saturday of each month, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed all other days & major holidays

 FISH CAMP TRANSFER STATION
Snow Play Area about 1.5 mi. north of Fish Camp off Hwy 41
Opens Saturday 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Closed all other days & major holidays 

 

 

                      
        

 





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