State and federal agencies encourage the re-use and recycling of large and sturdy 55-gallon drums to conserve natural resources. If the drum is not able to be re-used, it can be recycled as scrap metal. Because these drums might have contained dangerous materials at one time, though, special care must be taken to ensure they are disposed of properly without damage to the environment or to public health.
Hours listed on this page may change without notice.
250 Mountain View Ave.
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
NotesPickup: empty reusable drums that previously contained food grade products; call first.
6940 Tremont Rd.
Dixon, CA 95620
NotesPickup and fee: empty metal drums that previously contained motor oil from businesses; call (707) 448-3700 for instructions.
3400 Standish Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95407
NotesDrop-off: HDPE totes, bins, crates, buckets, and drums. Call for details.
888 92nd Ave.
Oakland, CA 94603
NotesPickup: 5 to 55-gallon plastic drums, large quantities