FREE for Emeryville residents!
The City of Emeryville offers free kitchen compost pails and recycling tote bags to residents for their composting and recycling needs. Call 510-596-3795 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get your free pail or tote bag or check out the links below for more information.
Kitchen Compost Pail - Details here
Recycling Tote Bag - See details here
Neighborhood Spring Clean-Up Mon. & Tues. April 15th and 16th, 2019
The annual neighborhood Spring Clean-Up takes place on April 15th and 16th on your regular collection day.
Residents in the Triangle (between Adeline, San Pablo, 40th and 48th Streets) and Doyle St. (between 55th, 67th, Hollis and Vallejo Streets) neighborhoods can set out bulky items, electronics and appliances for collection on your regular day of collection. Set items out the day before.
A postcard was mailed to residents in these neighborhoods and notifications sent to property managers. If you need more info, or did not receive a postcard, but would like to be on the list, contact Marcy Greenhut: email@example.com, 510-596-3795
Single family properties are entitled to one additional pick up of items per year that don't belong or don't fit in your regular trash collection.
Multi-family properties not located in the above neighborhoods, under 500 units, are entitled to two pick-ups per year, total. Properties with 500 units or more are entitled to 4 pick-ups annually. Most single family properties use curbside set-out; multi-family properties may order a large "roll-off" bin.
Call Waste Management for more information and to schedule your "bulky" item pick-up. 510-613-8710
Collection Service Information
To find your collection service information for the City of Emeryville, go to this website and choose your type of service from the menu on the left hand side of the page.
Click below for viewing and printing of full collection service and sorting guide brochures:
To report problems or get answers to questions not covered on the website, call the City at 510-596-3795.
Batteries are prohibited from trash collection. Place them in a plastic bag, on top of your GRAY recycling cart and Waste Management will collect them. If you don't have a gray recycling cart, find out where you can properly dispose of batteries at www.recyclewhere.org.
Medications can be dropped off at these any of these kiosks for proper disposal. Please click here to see a full map of kiosk locations in Alameda County.
Household Hazardous Waste is disposed of at the Alameda County Household Hazardous Waste Facility. Please click here for more information on disposing items such as paints, solvents, chemicals, pesticides, and sharps.
Waste Management of Alameda County is the franchised hauler for trash, recycling, and compostables collection for businesses and residents, as well as most construction and demolition waste. Click on a link below for more information: