Aluminum cans

  • No foil, tin cans, pet food cans, or scrap metal
  • No machine-crushed cans.
  • No debris or liquids.

Plastic bottles

  • Remove and dispose of bottle caps.
  • Separate each plastic type #1 through #7.

Glass bottles

  • No broken glass or windows


  • All loads valued over $100 are redeemable by check only. A CA drivers license or ID card is required. Load size is per vehicle and will not be split between customers.
  • All loads valued over $50 require a CA driver’s license or ID card, or a CA license plate number.
  • Loads contaminated with excessive moisture, dirt, sand, or other debris may not receive full redemption value.
  • Loads containing mixed CRV and non-CRV materials of the same type are priced at a reduced rate.



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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
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Jen Whalen, Director
Steve Gatlin, Manager
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1425 N. McDowell Blvd, Suite 115
Petaluma, CA 94954
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