Waste Management

Drug Disposal

DRUG DISPOSAL INFORMATION

The Kensington Police Department participates in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Initiative headed by the DEA. Typically, the DEA will organize two drug take back events each year where residents can bring unused medications, hypodermic needles, and controlled substances to the department and we will have them disposed of properly. These take back events will be posted on the Latest News section of this website once the DEA announces the date.

Drug Disposal

Permanent Drug Drop Off Locations:

Hazardous Waste Guide

Contra Costa County Household Hazardous Waste Program

Please Call: (800) 750-4096
General Info: Must be a resident or qualified small business in specified portion of County to use these facilities (e.g. must be resident or qualified small business in West County to use West County Facility). Please call facility for details on transportation limits and delivery requirements.

Three dropoff locations in Contra Costa County:

West County Facility
101 Pittsburg Ave., Richmond
(888) 412-9277

Central County Facility
4797 Imhoff Place, Martinez
(800) 646-1431

Electronic Recycling Event

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There will be a electronic recycling event at the Library parking lot on May 3, 2008. Bring etc etc etc

Rain or shine. etct etc

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