The City of Ripon, the Ripon Unified School District, and Bonzi Recycling
have set up a recycling program that benefits the students at Weston,
Ripon, Ripona, Park View, and Colony Oak Elementary Schools.
Take your recyclable items to the Nestle Parking Lot on Industrial Avenue
each Saturday between 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. (except for special events
or holiday weekends.)
The joint City/School program accepts the following:
- mixed paper
- aluminum cans
- beverage containers with (CRV)
- Polystyrene # 6 (Styrofoam) http://calihome4foam.com/
- monitors and televisions
If you have questions, call the
Ripon Public Works Department at 599-2151.
Do not dump your trash!
Any load that is contaminated by trash or garbage is rejected, and the
entire load is sent to the landfill at taxpayers' (your) expense.
Warning: Cameras have been installed to catch the trash dumpers.
San Joaquin County Lovelace Transfer Station
2323 E. Lovelace Road
Manteca, CA 95336
- major appliances
The Lovelace Transfer Station offers free disposal for
city and county residents.
Open every day.
For more information, read the
restrictions, or call
San Joaquin County Household Hazardous Waste Consolidation Facility
Located at the Stockton Municipal Airport
7850 South R.A. Bridgeford Street
Stockton, CA 95206
Phone: (209) 468-3066
Thursday - Saturday
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Household Hazardous Waste collection is now in Stockton. Collections
will no longer be held in Ripon. This service is free of charge to county
residents. Also, you can visit the facility's
"Re-use Room" for free partially-used products.
Small Businesses must call for appointment:
Acceptable Types of Waste:
- Batteries/Rechargeable & Nicad
- Transmission Fluids
- Motor Oil & Filters
- Car Batteries
- Medical Waste (Sharps in plastic container)
- Asbestos (Non-friable, double wrapped)
When you Transport:
- Take no more than 15 gallons or 125 pounds per trip
- Never mix chemicals
- Place chemicals in sealed containers
- Transport in trunk
- Pack to avoid spilling
The San Joaquin County drainage ordinance prohibits dumping anything
down a storm drain or into a waterway. To report illegal dumping please
call: (209) 468-3055