Reuse Options

 

Do you napaMaxLogoor your business want to get rid of an item that’s in good condition?  Check our Clothing & Furniture Donation page for a list of local thrift stores…here are some more great local options:


Devlin Road Reuse & Recycle Center

889B Devlin Road, American Canyon, 707-258-9018

Daily Hours: 8:30am-3:30pm (Buyback Center is closed Sundays – drop-off is still available)

DROP OFF reusable items in good condition or…

BROWSE the yard and see if anything catches your eye.  The center has building materials (doors, windows, cabinets, sinks, tubs, toilets, pipes, lumber, nuts/bolts, spas, tools), furniture (such as chairs, bookshelves, lamps, tables), lawn & garden items (lawn mowers, rototillers, pots, grape stakes), clothing, books, and more!  You won’t find better prices anywhere!  All items dropped off for reuse are subject to approval.  Since the site is outdoors, unsold material is quickly donated to St. Vincent de Paul for reuse.

 


Deconstruction & Reuse Network

The Deconstruction & Reuse Network (DRN) is a non-profit environmental organization promoting deconstruction and the reuse of quality salvaged building materials and providing you with a potential tax benefit for your green and sustainable efforts.

 

 

Solano-Napa Habitat for Humanity ReStore

707-863-0692,  Hours Tues-Sat, 9am-5pm

104 Commerce Ct, Fairfield

www.SolanoNapaHabitat.org

Solano-Napa Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore offers new and gently used building maerials and home improvement items at 50-90% off retail.  Proceeds from ReStore help Habitat for Humanity build affordable homes for families in need in Solano and Napa.  Donations of like-new building materials for the houses, such as tile, toilets, sinks, wire, lighting, and lumber are accepted.  Drop off donation at ReStore, or call for pickup.


Reusable Packaging Association

Businesses can find lots of info on reusable transport packaging systems at www.reusables.org.


Other options include posting items on websites such as sfbay.craigslist.org, www.freecycle.org, www.calmax.org, www.shopgoodwill.com, www.ireuse.com, www.diggerslist.com, www.exchangebucket.com or donating items to local thrift stores.