San Leandro has two distinct service areas for refuse and recycling services. The following service providers serve
To view a map of the service areas, click here.
Requirements to collect food scraps and compostable paper separately from garbage became effective July 1, 2016. Multi-family properties with 5 or more units and businesses that generate food waste, such as restaurants and grocery stores must also sort organics from their trash. Organics are food scraps, compostable paper and plant debris; which are compostable. These materials, when sent to a composting facility, will become compost - a valuable resource used by landscapers and farmers.
In 2012, Governor Brown signed AB 341 (Chesbro) into law, which included a requirement for larger businesses (four cubic yards of garbage service per week and above) to obtain recycling service. The Mandatory Recycling Ordinance 2012-01, adopted by Alameda County, builds on the State’s requirements by specifying which materials need to be recycled and by requiring that an adequate level of recycling service be obtained. According to the county ordinance, businesses are required to recycle even if they self-haul waste materials to a landfill or transfer station.
|Alameda County Industries (ACI)
610 Aladdin Avenue
San Leandro, CA 94577
Services the following communities:
ACI provides the following services to residential customers:
ACI continues its regular collection services on most holidays, with the exception of Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. When one of these three holidays falls on a weekday, service is delayed by one day and resumes regular service on the next non-holiday week. Pickup will continue as normally scheduled on all other holidays.
Service for apartments and other multi-family complexes may vary. Call ACI for details.
For public records requests related to the City's franchise with ACI including contract requirements and current rates, please submit a Public Records Request Form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or view documents online through the City Clerk's Office.
|Waste Management of Alameda County
172- 98th Avenue
Oakland, CA 94603
Serves the following communities:
Waste Management Service Guides
For questions or concerns about Waste Management services contracted by the Oro Loma Sanitary District, contact:
Oro Loma Sanitary District
2600 Grant Avenue
San Lorenzo, CA 94580