Devlin Road Transfer Station

889 Devlin Road, American Canyon | (707) 258-9005 or (707) 256-3500, ext. 1220
Open Daily 8am – 4pm

Facility Closed: New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Facility closes at 3pm on Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day and the day before Thanksgiving. Facility closes at 2pm on New Year’s Eve and noon on Christmas Eve.

Items accepted for a fee: garbage, mixed C&D (including shingles), carpet, bulky items (i.e., furniture, appliances – including freon removal), tires and clean dirt.

Items accepted free of charge: auto batteries, household batteries, latex paint, antifreeze, used motor oil & filters, and one mattress and box spring set per visit (more allowed for a fee).

View current rates. Cover and secure your load — it’s the law! There is a $18 surcharge for uncovered loads.

Payment Options: We do not accept personal checks. We accept Visa, Mastercard, debit cards and cash.

Buyback & Recycle Center

889B Devlin Road, American Canyon | (707) 258-9018
Buyback open Monday-Saturday 8:30am – 3:30pm. Recycle Center open Sunday (8:30am-3:30pm) for drop-off of recyclables only  – CRV buyback is not available on Sunday.

Sell your CRV beverage containers and metal at our Buyback Center! 

Accepted items for recycling buyback: CRV beverage containers and scrap metal.

Accepted items for drop-off: aluminum, tin, plastics, glass, flattened cardboard, mixed paper, cooking oil and motor oil.

Please note that secure document destruction is unavailable — you may contact VALCORE Community Recycling in Vallejo for paper shredding services.

Hazardous Waste Collection Facility

889A Devlin Road, American Canyon | (800) 984-9661
Open Friday & Saturday, 9am-4pm | Check our Hazardous Waste page for all the details.


Where does it go?

Trash from the Cities of Vallejo, Napa and American Canyon and southern unincorporated Napa County is brought to the Devlin Road Recycling & Transfer Facility, where it is loaded into trucks and sent to Potrero Hills Landfill in Suisun (Solano County).

When Northern Recycling Operations & Waste Services took over DRRTF operation in 2007, a mixed construction & demolition (C&D) processing area was added in the outdoor area of the facility. DRRTF staff sorts mixed loads of C&D and self haul materials in order to capture more recyclable material, such as wood, carpet, plastics and metal.

DRRTF also recycles mattresses and box springs

Carpet is sorted and shipped for processing into new carpet, carpet padding, plastic lumber, car parts and additional recycled plastic items. Carpet pad is recycled into new carpet padding.