Are you a resident of the City of Cupertino, and have some stuff to get rid of? Wait, I not talking trash, I mean stuff that can be recycled, and you are not sure what to do with it?
Environmental Recycling Day & Document Shredding Event
May 21, De Anza College
The City of Cupertino & Recology offer this free drive-through, drop-off service for Cupertino residents twice a year to encourage extended use of products and to prevent valuable resources from being sent to the landfill.
- Shred your confidential documents - two box limit
- Yard Waste (processed for compost)
- Reusable furniture, clothing and shoes (for donation; NO dirty, broken, stained or torn furniture)
- Children's plastic toys and play structures (for recycling)
- U-Waste (batteries, cell phones, compact fluorescent bulbs and fluorescent tubes)
- *E-Waste (computers, monitors and printers, etc.)
- Kitchen Appliances that do not contain Freon (acceptable items: washer, dryers, non freon refrigerators, microwaves, toasters)
- Limit of 2-cubic yards (one pick-up-truck load) of the following materials: Construction debris, untreated wood, dirt, rock and concrete
- No products containing toxic chemicals: (paints, pesticides, fertilizers)
- No painted or treated wood
- No Mattresses; and no furniture that is broken, torn, stained or dirty
- No Kitchen Appliances that contain Freon
One Trip per Household. Unloading of materials will be the responsibility of the resident. Residents must provide a current collection bill and personal identification (i.e., Driver's License) to verify Cupertino residency. Questions? Call Los Altos Garbage 408-725-4020 or visit www.recologycupertino.com.