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Insulation

Consider donating reusable insulation to locations accepting reusable building materials.

Otherwise, all kinds of insulation is accepted as garbage at all County Refuse Disposal Sites; regular refuse/garbage rates apply. When delivering the material to disposal sites, loose (blown-in) material needs to be bagged. If possible, please roll and tie batt fiberglass insulation.

Related topics:

See County Refuse Disposal Sites
See Building materials

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Locations

Location pin Annapolis Transfer Station

33549 Annapolis Rd.
Annapolis, CA 94952

NotesDrop-off and fee: all kinds. Batt roll fiberglass insulation must be rolled up and tied. Blown-in insulation must be bagged (not loose).

For current rates, see Fee Schedule

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Location pin Central Disposal Site

500 Mecham Rd
Petaluma, CA 94952

NotesDrop-off and fee: all kinds. Batt roll fiberglass insulation must be rolled up and tied. Blown-in insulation must be bagged (not loose).

For current rates, see Fee Schedule

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Location pin Guerneville Transfer Station

13450 Pocket Canyon Dr./Hwy. 116
Guerneville, CA 95446

NotesDrop-off and fee: all kinds. Batt roll fiberglass insulation must be rolled up and tied. Blown-in insulation must be bagged (not loose).

For current rates, see Fee Schedule

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Location pin Healdsburg Transfer Station

166 Alexander Valley Rd.
Healdsburg, CA 95448

NotesDrop-off and fee: all kinds. Batt roll fiberglass insulation must be rolled up and tied. Blown-in insulation must be bagged (not loose).

For current rates, see Fee Schedule

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Location pin Sonoma Transfer Station

4376 Stage Gulch Rd.
Sonoma, CA 94956

NotesDrop-off and fee: all kinds. Batt roll fiberglass insulation must be rolled up and tied. Blown-in insulation must be bagged (not loose).

For current rates, see Fee Schedule

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