San Martin Transfer Station

Where to Find Us
  • 14070 Llagas Avenue
  • San Martin, CA 95046
  • (408) 842-3358
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Our Hours
    • Monday – Saturday: 8:00AM – 4:30 PM
    • Sunday: Closed
WELCOME

The San Martin Transfer Station is open to the public to drop off accepted items for recycling and disposal. Please see the accepted items list below.

SERVICES OFFERED
  • Construction and Demolition Debris
    Construction and Demolition Debris
    As buildings are constructed, remodeled or demolished, metal, wood, sheetrock, rigid plastic, and other construction materials can be recovered and made into recycled construction material.
  • Transfer Station
    Transfer Station

    Our transfer stations serve as public drop-off locations for materials to be hauled and processed at nearby compost or recycling facilities. Depending on the facility, items may be sorted and then taken to their respective processing facilities based on material type.

    Transfer stations typically accept all sorts of recyclable materials. Please see the accepted items list or check with us before visiting to ensure acceptance of certain wastes.

  • Yard Debris Drop Off
    Yard Debris Drop Off

    This facility accepts yard debris for drop off and composting. Yard debris may consist of leaves, branches, twigs, soils, or plants.

Accepted Items (No Charge):

Recyclable items, such as:

  • Aluminum and tin cans
  • Cardboard
  • Glass bottles and jars
  • Mixed paper
  • Plastic containers marked #1 – #7
  • Plastic bags (bagged together, such as grocery, shopping, newspaper, and dry cleaning bags)

Styrofoam is not accepted as recycling.

Accepted Items (For A Fee):

  • Appliances and furniture
  • Brush and yard waste (not accepted in plastic bags
    or mixed in with garbage)
  • Construction and demolition debris – no dirt, rock,
    concrete, brick
  • Regular household garbage
  • Wood

We DO NOT accept household hazardous waste. For more information about household hazardous waste, please contact the Santa Clara County Household Hazardous Waste program.

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