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Bring these recyclable items to the Burney Transfer Station Wednesdays and Saturdays between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. and we‘ll do the rest!
|Rechargeable Batteries - cell phone batteries, power tool batteries, standard rechargeable batteries
"Flat" computer screens/ TVs and "Fat" computer screens/TVs as well as computer towers (call with questions)
|All Household Appliances (no Freon, please)
|Used Motor Oil||50 cents per gallon
|Scrap Iron||Price determined by attendant
|Paint- Oil based, latex, and other paint products (see PaintCare info below)
|Cardboard in residential quantities - DURING FAIR-WEATHER MONTHS ONLY
| Vehicle Batteries
Buy-Back Center... Charlie's Recycling... 530-335-2196... 37496 HWY 299 E, Burney
Household hazardous waste such as fluorescent light tubes and common batteries must be disposed of at a hazardous waste facility.
The City of Redding Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility is free for all Shasta County Residents. For more information about the Redding facility call 530-224-6209 or visit them on the web.
For more information about recycling in our area and for information about scheduled household hazardous waste events, call the Shasta County Department of Resource Management at 530-225-5789 or toll free at 1-800-528-2850.
Burney Disposal, Inc. is proud to announce the addition of the PaintCare program to our family of services effective October 1, 2015. Paint Care is a stewardship program funded by the per-can "PaintCare Recovery Fee" paid by paint consumers. The program partners with local entities such as Burney Disposal, Inc. to ensure that ALL accepted products are properly recycled!
The Burney Transfer Station located at 21105 Black Ranch Road in Burney will host the new program during its normal business hours (Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.) and will accept the full list of PaintCare’s allowable products (see below). This program is free to the public and accepts products from both residential and business clients. Burney Disposal, Inc. is continuing its FREE paint exchange (leave a can, take a can) but it will now include ALL PaintCare program products (see below).
Burney Disposal encourages residents and businesses to gather up their cans of old paint, even the ones in bad condition or containing only dried paint. The contents of those “clutter cans” will be repurposed and reused right here in America. PaintCare products will be recycled into many new goods including new roads and even landscaping materials.
This partnership marks another benchmark in the local recycling landscape, which now offers residents pathways to recycle glass, aluminum, plastic, cardboard, metal, waste oil, anti-freeze, e-waste, vehicle batteries, household appliances, and now many paints, stains, shellacs, coatings, lacquers and more. Burney Disposal, Inc. is proud to link arms with other local businesses to provide such a great array of recycling options to the Intermountain Area. Together we achieve so much!
The following are guidelines for paint care are as follows:
Non- Program Products:
NOTE: motor oil IS accepted at Burney Transfer Station for recycling – just not as part of PaintCare