COMPLETE RECYCLING SERVICES

We are a full-service recycling company that can help change the shape of what matters most to you, to our industry, and to the planet.  We have developed a methodology that extracts the maximum value from materials and equipment while minimizing our impact on the environment.  This results in no landfill, no processing overseas, just refining materials to their purest form.

GONE FOR GOOD MISSION

Gone For Good is a social enterprise of United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay, employing adults with disabilities, adults with barriers to employment and adults who support workers with disabilities.  Gone For Good’s mission is to operate recycling programs, scanning services, and e-waste recycling, while employing people with disabilities.  We operate both on-site, in our warehouse or off-site at your location, depending on your need.

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ABOUT US

Gone For Good is owned and operated by United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay. Although we provide the most secure shredding in the industry, what makes us unique is the fact that our program was developed to create jobs for adults with disabilities.  In addition, all of the revenue generated from the document destruction services helps to support other programs at UCP of the North Bay:

  • Valley of the Moon Camp
  • Adaptive Bike Ride
  • “Cycle Without Limits” Bike/Swim Camp
  • Boost Camp
  • Camp Kaos
  • Tomales Bay Kayak Trip
  • Cypress Summer Program
  • and much more…

By using Gone For Good, you are giving hope and opportunity to adults with developmental disabilities.  Many of the employees with disabilities at Gone For Good are working and earning a wage for the first time.  They are excited to have the opportunity to contribute and earn their own way, and their paychecks are increasing as our business grows. Together, you and Gone For Good are providing valuable opportunities for work to members of our community.

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Highlights of DAY 2 of the 15th Annual Developmental Disabilities Public Policy Conference presented by The Arc of California, Easterseals and United Cerebral Palsy. Thank you so much to our intelligent, innovative and inspiring speakers and presenters: Connie Garner of Easterseals, Comedian and Actress Maysoon Zayid, Dante Allen of California ABLE Act Board, Robert Espinoza of PHI, Kristen Pederson of The Arc San Francisco, Tori Trentacoste of United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay, The Arc of California Board Members Pat Hornbecker and Grace Huerta, Scott Graves of the California Budget & Policy Center, Aaron Carruthers of California State Council on Developmental Disabilities, Jeffrey Popkin of BARC (Bakersfield ARC), and Ana Garcia-Ashley of Gamaliel Network.

We also presented Assemblyman Dr. Joaquin Arambula with our well-deserved Legislative Champion Award.

We have a great program planned for tomorrow too! The agenda is posted on our website at TheArcCA.org/Conference.
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Steve Gatlin, Manager
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Petaluma, CA 94954
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