Publications & Resources
The following outreach materials were designed to help residential customers make the most of available programs and services. Print them from your own printer or order hard copies.
Contact us to request hard copies.
- The Residential Recycling Guide
- The On-Call Clean Up Guide
- What Belongs in the Garbage?
- What Belongs in the Recycling?
- What Belongs in the Organics?
- What happens to my Garbage?
- What happens to my Recyclables?
- What happens to my Organics?
- Reduce & Reuse, Before you Recycle!
- Food Scraps Program Tips
- Searchable listing of items that belong in each cart
- Garbage cart sizes/dimensions
- Proper Sorting Flyer 2020 (Multi-Language)
- January 2023: City of San Leandro Spring Events 2023, SB 1383 California’s Short-Lived Climate Pollutant Reduction Strategy
- January 2023: Help Us Provide Safe, Clean, And Efficient Service – Collection Program Tips and Reminders
- October 2022: Route Review Notice and Holiday Service Schedule
- January 2022: Help us Provide Safe Efficient Service – Collection Guidelines.
- July 2021: City of San Leandro Fall/Winter 2021 Event Schedule
- City of San Leandro SPRING Calendar of Events Notice
- January 2021: Help us Provide Safe and Efficient Service, Sorting Guide
StopWaste.Org works with the City of San Leandro and all other cities within Alameda County to provide updated recycling, reuse and purchasing outreach materials and programs. Select materials are listed among the Helpful Links below. To see all available materials and order hard copies, visit www.StopWaste.Org.
General Waste Reduction, Reuse & Recycling Information
- Mandatory Organics Recycling Requirements and Senate Bill 1383
- City of San Leandro
- Cal Recycle
- Re:source – Alameda County’s Online Guide for Reuse, Repair, and Recycling
Donation / Reuse
- Clothing & Household Items: Salvation Army & East Bay Goodwill
- Miscellaneous Items
- List of organizations in Alameda County that may accept food donations
Gardening & Composting
Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) / Electronic Waste
Earth Day Everyday