Davis Street Resource Recovery Complex and Transfer Station

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Welcome to the Davis Street Resource Recovery Complex and Transfer Station. Our state-of-the-art facility is designed to recover materials for reuse, recycling or composting and to facilitate the transfer of trash to the Altamont Landfill in Livermore.

Services include:

Davis Street is also helping to close the loop on organic materials at its WM EarthCare Landscape Center. It offers compost approved for organic farming, soil blends and mulch in a variety of natural dye colors. All the products are made from locally sourced, 100% recycled materials.

Since 1980, Davis Street has been a leader in resource recovery and sustainability services in the Bay Area. We are proud to serve Alameda County and its communities.

Effective November 1, 2019, the environmental charge will increase to 17.5% of all invoice charges, including the fuel surcharge and excluding taxes, or to a flat per load rate of $13.00 for small loads or $26.00 for large loads.

The environmental charge allows us to cover enterprise-wide costs throughout North America associated with operating our collection, transfer, recycling and landfill operations in a safe and environmentally responsible manner and to achieve an acceptable operating margin. These costs include expenses associated with environmental compliance, such as landfill development, environmental testing, and maintenance of environmental systems at our facilities. For further details, please visit www.wm.com/fec or call 1-800-963-4776 to speak with a local Technical Service Representative.

Commercial Driver PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Requirements

Effective April 2, 2018, all commercial drivers and helpers are required to wear a safety vest and hardhat to gain access to disposal areas. Click here for more information.

Did You Know

Every day more than 7 million pounds of materials pass through Davis Street to be recycled, composted or landfilled.

Recycling Tips

The hierarchy of the 4 Rs – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle & Rot. Make purchasing decisions that reduce packaging waste or only select packaging that can be reused or recycled.