GreenWaste Zanker Resource Recovery Facility

Welcome to the GreenWaste Zanker Resource Recovery Facility!

The GreenWaste Zanker Resource Recovery Facility is a leader in processing and recycling waste and diverts over 80% of the waste we receive.  We are open to the public and specialize in construction and demolition debris (C&D) recycling but also will accept everything from your RV to unwanted furniture. For a full list of materials we accept, look below.  We were the first to do it, the most innovative at it, and the first in the Western U.S. to earn RCI Certification, verified through the Recycling Certification Institute, the nation’s top independent industry auditor. We pride ourselves on great customer service, convenience and competitive prices.

Access the GreenWaste Zanker Resource Recovery Facility Customer Reporting Portal

Spencer Morgan, General Manager

Commercial Services

Construction and Demolition Debris Disposal

Drop off construction and demolition and landscape debris for recycling. See the What We Recycle tab to learn more.

Residential Services

Residential Services

Dropping off large household items, such as couches, carpeting, refrigerators for recycling.

Zanker Landscape Materials

Landscape Materials

Pick up or delivery of Landscape Materials.  Over 30 items made from Recycled Debris.

GW Debris Services

Debris Boxes

Residential and Commercial Debris Boxes and Hauling Services.

Interested in learning more about this facility? Watch our virtual tour.

View what we recycle and where you should bring your material.

Site 1:

Concrete Recycling — Site 1

Concrete should be dropped off at Site 1.

GreenWaste is able to recycle concrete debris and waste and turn it into marketable aggregate landscaping materials. 

GreenWaste accepts various types of concrete debris and waste. We accept clean concrete as well as concrete with other materials mixed in. Whatever your construction project is, bring your concrete waste to GreenWaste Recycling to achieve the highest diversion rate on your concrete materials.

Concrete Recycling

Recycle Concrete 1

Clean concrete from building pads, driveways, road construction, etc. May include native stone and asphalt, with minimal flush-cut wire or rebar. No dirt, base rock, brick, roofing tiles, wood, or trash. Concrete over 3’x3’x3’ will be charged as oversized.

Recycle Concrete 2

Concrete and asphalt containing some wire or rebar and a small amount of dirt or base rock. No brick, roofing tiles, wood, or trash. Concrete over 3’x3’x3’ will be charged as oversized.

Recycle Concrete 3

Brick, adobe block, asphalt with petromat, roofing tiles, clay tile roofing or other inert style of roofing. Loads that contain excessive amounts of dirt or baserock will be charged as dirt or concrete 3. Concrete over 3’x3’x3’ will be charged as oversized.

Any load that resembles the images below will be charged as trash. Materials will be classified as non-recyclable items (trash) if Stucco/Plaster materials are bagged. Excessive trash, wood, etc. in the loads will deem the entire load as trash.

Concrete Recycling

Demolition Debris Recycling — Site 1

Demolition debris should be dropped off at Site 2.

No matter what size your project is, GreenWaste can recycle your demolition waste and debris and help your waste management plan.

GreenWaste can help you achieve the highest diversion rate possible by recycling your construction and demolition debris/waste.  Demolition waste contains materials such as wood, concrete, and metal.

Demolition Debris Recycling

Demolition Waste

These are materials that contain over 75% recyclable items. These types of loads come from construction sites, but may contain some demolition debris, and are usually hand-loaded. These loads are tipped at one of our Sorting Operations. Recyclable items in these loads may include lumber, drywall, concrete, brick, tile, granite, rigid plastics, OCC, paper, metals, brush and trees, rock, asphalt, windows, appliances and toilets.

Debris

May be classified as trash, or miscellaneous debris if containing excessive amounts of trash.

Non-recyclable items (trash) may include pressure-treated wood, laminated wood, painted wood, sawdust, insulation, PVC pipes, film plastics and other packing materials, asphalt roofing, roofing felt, roofing insulation, fiberglass insulation, vinyl flooring, ceiling tiles, stucco, soil, asphalt, windows, doors, carpeting, carpet padding, furniture, cabinets, sinks, furniture and Styrofoam, crushed materials, mattresses, rubber tiles, ground rubber materials, textiles and linen, couches, chairs, desks, office partitions, signs, foam board, cabinets, wet materials, Visqueen, composite type materials and or materials contained in trash bags.

Demolition Debris Recycling

Mobile Home Recycling — Site 1

Mobile Homes should be dropped off at Site 1.

Thinking about getting rid of your mobile home, trailer, RV, or boat? Recycle it at GreenWaste.

We can recycle a mobile home from the roof to the tires. We pull out recyclable commodities such as wood and metals. All this is done in under 30 minutes. If the trailer is made of mostly wood, it can be recycled even faster. Whether you are recycling or undergoing a mobile home renovation, all you need is proof of ownership to utilize our services.

Mobile Home Recycling

Is your mobile home old? Has your mobile home been parked at your home for years? If so, don’t throw it away, recycle it with GreenWaste.

Here’s what to do

Mobile home salvage is easy at GreenWaste. The Hunker gives you a step-by-step process on how to deconstruct the interior/exterior of the home, and how to sort the recyclable items. Home Town Demolition Contractors offers a “Homeowner’s Guide to Mobile Home Removal,” where they provide an in-depth explanation of disposal methods such as demolition, deconstruction, relocation, and donation.

There are extra charges for tires, and mobile homes that have refrigerators, air conditioners or other Freon containing items.  Please make sure your motor does not contain any liquid, including fuel, gas, or water..

If you would like to scrap your mobile home and recycle materials, bring your mobile home to Recycling Site 1.

Mobile Home Recycling

Roof Recycling — Site 1

All roof recycling should be dropped off at Site 1.

Wood Shingle Roofing with Tarpaper

These materials include source-separated wood shingles that include tarpaper.

Wood Shingle Roofing with Tarpaper – Mixed

Although these materials are still processed as a source-separated item, they usually contain other materials other than shingles with tarpaper. These materials can include asphalt shingles, trash, tar and gravel roofing, and plastics. May be classified as trash or miscellaneous debris if containing excessive amounts of trash.

Tar and Gravel Roofing

Roofing materials containing roofing felt or paper, tar and assorted gravel materials.

Composite Asphalt Roofing

Source separated residential roofing shingles does not include tar and gravel roofing or commercial roofing tear-offs. If wood, metals, or bags are commingled in the load, the load will be considered composite asphalt roofing-mixed.

Roof Recycling

How we Recycle

Commercial and residential asphalt roofing containing lumber, flashing, cardboard, insulation, or trash. Wood shingles, trash and insulation may also appear in the load. This material is made into alternative daily cover (ADC).

Non-recyclable items (trash) may include pressure-treated wood, laminated wood, painted wood, sawdust, insulation, PVC pipes, film plastics and other packing materials, asphalt roofing, roofing felt, roofing insulation, fiberglass insulation, vinyl flooring, ceiling tiles, stucco, soil, asphalt, windows, doors, carpeting, carpet padding, furniture, cabinets, sinks, furniture and Styrofoam, crushed materials, mattresses, rubber tiles, ground rubber materials, textiles and linen, couches, chairs, desks, office partitions, signs, foam board, cabinets, wet materials, Visqueen, composite type materials and or materials contained in trash bags.

All types of shingles – asphalt, adobe, shake, etc. – are considered construction and demolition (C&D) waste. For complete information about disposal of the full range of construction materials, visit the City of San Jose’s Construction & Demolition page.

Roof Recycling

Clean/Mixed Soil and Dirt Recycling —Site 1

Soils for recycling should be dropped off at Site 1.

We accept various types of soils and dirts.

GreenWaste is able to recycle your dirt, soil, or sod and divert it from landfills. Recycling dirt can be difficult, however, GreenWaste offers dirt recycling that is simple. Soil is recycled and processed into various compost and soil blend products. Help reduce waste and recycle your clean soil and clean fill dirt.

Clean/Mixed Soil and Dirt Recycling

Clean Fill Dirt/Sod

Dirt and sod. All loads over 8 cubic yards are charged by the ton automatically.

Clean/Mixed Soil and Dirt Recycling

Mixed Fill Dirt/Sod

Mixed Fill Dirt is defined as “Any inbound dirt load with visible contamination including but not limited to sod/grass, yard waste, stumps, concrete, asphalt, base rock, and rocks”.

Stucco & Plaster Recycling — Site 1

Stucco and plaster should be dropped off at Site 1.

Loads can contain stucco, plaster, pool plaster or gunite. Loads must not be wrapped in Visqueen or contained within garbage bags or boxes. Please place Visqueen in a trash bag at the front of your load.

Stucco and Plaster Recycling

Any load that resembles the images below will be charged as trash. Materials will be classified as non-recyclable items (trash) if Stucco/Plaster materials are bagged. Excessive trash, wood, etc. in the loads will designate the entire load as trash.

Stucco and Plaster Recycling

Trash Disposal — Site 1 and 2

Trash can be dropped off at Site 1 or Site 2.

These are materials that should go directly into the outgoing trash pile.

Non-recyclable items (trash) may include pressure-treated wood, laminated wood, painted wood, sawdust, insulation, PVC pipes, film plastics and other packing materials, asphalt roofing, roofing felt, roofing insulation, fiberglass insulation, vinyl flooring, ceiling tiles, stucco, soil, asphalt, windows, doors, carpeting, carpet padding, furniture, cabinets, sinks, furniture and Styrofoam, crushed materials, mattresses, rubber tiles, ground rubber materials, textiles and linen, couches, chairs, desks, office partitions, signs, foam board, cabinets, wet materials, Visqueen, composite type materials and or materials contained in trash bags.

Trash Disposal

Help reduce waste and recycle your trash properly.

Trash Disposal

Trees & Brush Recycling — Site 1

Trees and Brush should be dropped off at Site 1.

Brush

Brush and tree trimmings, branches, tree rounds, tree chips, brush, leaves, and yard trimmings. Tree rounds and trees must be less than 4’ and have a diameter of no more than 2’.

Brush – Mixed

These materials include brush as described plus other items such as trash, dirt, etc.

Brush – Oversized

All brush and tree-trimmings that did not fit the previous criteria.

Tree Chips

Tree chips are produced from chipped tree trimmings and may contain a few small tree rounds. No fibrous materials.

Tree Chips – Mixed

Tree chips that contain lumber, chipped palm, or other fibrous materials. Loads cannot contain trash. Pressure treated tree stakes not accepted.

Palm, Ivy, and Other Fibrous Materials

These items will not be processed. They will be classified as trash.

Trees & Brush Recycling

Items may be classified as trash or miscellaneous debris if containing excessive amounts of trash. Non-recyclable items (trash) may include pressure-treated wood, laminated wood, painted wood, sawdust, insulation, PVC pipes, film plastics and other packing materials, asphalt roofing, roofing felt, roofing insulation, fiberglass insulation, vinyl flooring, ceiling tiles, stucco, soil, asphalt, windows, doors, carpeting, carpet padding, furniture, cabinets, sinks, furniture and Styrofoam, crushed materials, mattresses, rubber tiles, ground rubber materials, textiles and linen, couches, chairs, desks, office partitions, signs, foam board, cabinets, wet materials, Visqueen, composite type materials and or materials contained in trash bags.

Trees & Brush Recycling

Yard Waste Disposal and Recycling — Site 1

Yard debris should be dropped off at Site 1.

Yard Debris

Yard waste includes leaves, cut grass, flowers, small amounts of brush or tree trimmings, and miscellaneous non-fibrous plants.

Yard Debris – Mixed

As defined by yard debris, may also have nominal non-yard waste items such as plastics, trash, palm, or ivy.

Yard Waste Disposal and Recycling

Items may be classified as trash or miscellaneous debris if containing excessive amounts of trash. Non-recyclable items (trash) may include pressure-treated wood, laminated wood, painted wood, sawdust, insulation, PVC pipes, film plastics and other packing materials, asphalt roofing, roofing felt, roofing insulation, fiberglass insulation, vinyl flooring, ceiling tiles, stucco, soil, asphalt, windows, doors, carpeting, carpet padding, furniture, cabinets, sinks, furniture and Styrofoam, crushed materials, mattresses, rubber tiles, ground rubber materials, textiles and linen, couches, chairs, desks, office partitions, signs, foam board, cabinets, wet materials, Visqueen, composite type materials and or materials contained in trash bags.

Yard Waste Disposal and Recycling

 

Site 2:

Carpet Recycling — Site 2

Carpeting should be dropped off at Site 2.

Don’t let your old carpet sit in a landfill, recycle your used carpeting with GreenWaste.

Carpet must be dry, free of tack strips, nails, and other debris, cut into 5’ widths, no smaller than 3’, backing to the outside, and must be separated from carpet pad. Contaminants on carpet that will designate load as trash include paint and drywall mud, body fluids, chemical or pharmaceutical contaminants. Excessive amounts of padding will also designate load as trash.

Preparation Instructions for Recycling Carpet

Step 1: Keep it dry.

Step 2: Keep it free of debris.
Remove tack strips, nails, trash and dirt

Step 3: Prepare the Carpet.

  • Cut carpet into manageable sections
  • Separate carpet from pad
  • Roll carpet
  • Roll, stack or fold carpet pad
  • Stack carpet tile

Carpet Recycling

About the Carpet America Recovery Effort (CARE), and the California Carpet Stewardship Program

Why Recycle Your Carpet?

Carpet is a petroleum based product and accounts for over 3.5% of all the waste disposed of in our U.S. landfills.

This translates to over 4 billion lbs. per year!

By recycling your carpet with GreenWaste, you will not only be reducing the use of millions of barrels of oil to reproduce new carpeting but you will be helping it find new life as other useful products like new carpet and padding, auto parts, plastic lumber, erosion control products, roof shingles, construction products and fuel pellets.  All this helps to drastically lower our carbon footprint and decrease greenhouse gas emissions!

For every 1000 square feet of carpet and pad you recycle with GreenWaste you are:

  • Keeping approx. 500 lbs. of carpet out of landfills
  • Eliminating the need for an estimated 48 gallons of petroleum oil
  • Reducing approximately 913 lbs. of CO2 from being emitted into our air (the equivalent of 950 miles driven by a car)
  • Creating local “green” jobs for your community

To learn more visit: https://carpetrecovery.org/california/

Carpet Pad Recycling

 

Construction Debris Recycling — Site 2

Construction debris should be dropped off at Site 2.

No matter what size your project is, GreenWaste can recycle your construction debris and help your waste management plan.

GreenWaste can help you achieve the highest diversion rate possible by recycling your construction and demolition debris/waste.  Construction waste contains materials such as wood, concrete, and metal.

Construction Debris Recycling

Construction Waste

These are materials that contain over 75% recyclable items. These types of loads come from construction sites, but may contain some demolition debris, and are usually hand-loaded. These loads are tipped at one of our Sorting Operations. Recyclable items in these loads may include lumber, drywall, concrete, brick, tile, granite, rigid plastics, OCC, paper, metals, brush and trees, rock, asphalt, windows, appliances and toilets.

Debris

May be classified as trash or miscellaneous debris if containing excessive amounts of trash.

Non-recyclable items (trash) may include pressure-treated wood, laminated wood, painted wood, sawdust, insulation, PVC pipes, film plastics and other packing materials, asphalt roofing, roofing felt, roofing insulation, fiberglass insulation, vinyl flooring, ceiling tiles, stucco, soil, asphalt, windows, doors, carpeting, carpet padding, furniture, cabinets, sinks, furniture and Styrofoam, crushed materials, mattresses, rubber tiles, ground rubber materials, textiles and linen, couches, chairs, desks, office partitions, signs, foam board, cabinets, wet materials, Visqueen, composite type materials and or materials contained in trash bags.

Construction debris should be dropped off at Site 2.

Construction Debris Recycling

Drywall Recycling — Site 2

Drywall should be dropped off at Site 2.

Contractors and private individuals deliver drywall to GreenWaste typically with most loads containing clean drywall. Incoming loads composed primarily of drywall are directed to the drywall area for unloading. Drywall that is separated out at the other on-site recycling operations are regularly transferred to the drywall area.

In the recycling process, materials such as wood, metals, and trash are removed on-site leaving the drywall. Once there is a sufficient amount of drywall, it is crushed with a bulldozer for easier loading.

There are two basic categories of recycled drywall:

Drywall

This is drywall that is source separated

Drywall – Mixed

Drywall that contains nominal amounts of other items such as Visqueen, ceiling tiles, wood or other debris. These loads are normally generated during new construction, not by demolition.

May be classified as trash or miscellaneous debris if containing excessive amounts of trash. non-recyclabe items (trash) may include pressure-treated wood, laminated wood, painted wood, sawdust, insulation, PVC pipes, film plastics and other packing materials, asphalt roofing, roofing felt, roofing insulation, fiberglass insulation, vinyl flooring, ceiling tiles, stucco, soil, asphalt, windows, doors, carpeting, carpet padding, furniture, cabinets, sinks, furniture and Styrofoam, crushed materials, mattresses, rubber tiles, ground rubber materials, textiles and linen, couches, chairs, desks, office partitions, signs, foam board, cabinets, wet materials, Visqueen, composite type materials and or materials contained in trash bags.

 

Miscellaneous Debris — Site 2

Drop off your mixed debris at Site 2.

We accept various types of waste materials, including mixed debris waste and miscellaneous debris waste.

Miscellaneous debris contains a low volume of recyclable commodities. This classification would be considered trash at any other C&D recycling facility. We can accept and process the waste and recycle all salvageable material. We will divert materials from landfills and process the recyclable components within the mixed waste category.

Miscellaneous Debris

Examples of mixed debris include house clean-outs, appliances, non-varnished furniture, OCC, paper, and construction debris hauled by a self-haul vehicle, junk hauler or contractor. If the materials contain a high percentage of non-recyclable materials, the load will be considered trash or miscellaneous debris (please refer to definitions).

Non-recyclable items (trash) may include pressure-treated wood, laminated wood, painted wood, sawdust, insulation, PVC pipes, film plastics and other packing materials, asphalt roofing, roofing felt, roofing insulation, fiberglass insulation, vinyl flooring, ceiling tiles, stucco, soil, asphalt, windows, doors, carpeting, carpet padding, furniture, cabinets, sinks, furniture and Styrofoam, crushed materials, mattresses, rubber tiles, ground rubber materials, textiles and linen, couches, chairs, desks, office partitions, signs, foam board, cabinets, wet materials, Visqueen, composite type materials and or materials contained in trash bags.

Miscellaneous Debris

Trash Disposal — Site 1 and 2

Trash can be dropped off at Site 1 or Site 2.

These are materials that should go directly into the outgoing trash pile.

Non-recyclable items (trash) may include pressure-treated wood, laminated wood, painted wood, sawdust, insulation, PVC pipes, film plastics and other packing materials, asphalt roofing, roofing felt, roofing insulation, fiberglass insulation, vinyl flooring, ceiling tiles, stucco, soil, asphalt, windows, doors, carpeting, carpet padding, furniture, cabinets, sinks, furniture and Styrofoam, crushed materials, mattresses, rubber tiles, ground rubber materials, textiles and linen, couches, chairs, desks, office partitions, signs, foam board, cabinets, wet materials, Visqueen, composite type materials and or materials contained in trash bags.

Trash Disposal

Help reduce waste and recycle your trash properly.

Trash Disposal

Rate structure effective September1, 2023

Prices subject to change, call our office at 408-263-2384 for current prices. There is a $50.00 minimum charge on all items per vehicle. Measurement of load is by volume with no allowance for air space. No hazardous wastes will be accepted. No wet garbage or food waste will be accepted. A load checking program is in effect.

Diversion Rates

RCI – Third Party Certification

GreenWaste’s Zanker Road Recycling Facility is the first facility in California to receive third-party certification of its recycling rates from the Recycling Certification Institute (RCI). The RCI uses independent third-party evaluators to verify the accuracy and reliability of the recovery/recycling rates reported. Providing a rigorous set of protocols, guidelines, and tools to professionally review and certify the recovery/recycling reports of participating C&D recyclers, the Institute is intended to increase certainty and build confidence in the C&D recycling marketplace on the part of project owners, architects, the environmental community, municipalities and the public.

RCI has certified or registered seven GreenWaste Recycling operations in San Jose. Recycling rates for each of the operations is listed in the table below. Recycling rates are based on the total tons of incoming materials/the total tons of waste landfilled. A separate calculation shows the recycling rate, less alternative daily cover (ADC).

Rates as of June 2024

SORTING OPERATION DIVERSION RATE WITH ADC DIVERSION RATE W/O ADC
Site 1

94.60%

77.60%

Site 2

76.83%

49.36%

DM Reduction System

46.98%

18.09%

US Green Building Council (USGBC) – LEED

US Green Building Council’s (USGBC), Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), offers Construction and Demolition Waste Management credits for diversion on waste materials. LEED offers one point when a project achieves a 50% diversion rate that includes the diversion of two waste streams. Projects can earn a second point when the project reach’s a 75% diversion rate that includes the diversion of three waste streams. Examples of both options from LEED v4.1 are listed below:

LEED Paths/Points Using a Certified Facility 

Path 2. Divert 50% using Certified Commingled Recycling Facility (1 Point)

Divert at least 50% of the total construction and demolition material. All commingled recycling must be sent to offsite sorting facility(ies) certified by the Recycling Certification Institute or approved equivalent.

Path 4. Divert 75% using Certified Commingled Recycling Facility and One More Material Stream (2 points)

Divert at least 75% of the total construction and demolition material; diverted materials must include at least two material streams. All commingled recycling is required to be one of the streams and must be sent to offsite sorting facility(ies) certified by the Recycling Certification Institute or approved equivalent.

LEED Paths/Points Using a Non-Certified Facility

Path 1. Divert 50% and Two Material Streams (1 point)

Divert at least 50% of the total construction and demolition material; diverted materials must include at least two material streams.

Path 3. Divert 75% and Three Material Streams (2 points)

Divert at least 75% of the total construction and demolition material; diverted materials must include at least three material streams.

Zanker is a part of the overall equation/solution to a project being awarded points for a project’s C&D material recovery and, using Zanker is the easier option because it is RCI-Certified.  This means the project does not have to do source separation or can do less source separation depending on the LEED points it has set out to achieve and the Mixed C&D and/or combination of C&D materials it needs to recover.

To be awarded the two points described in Path 4, mixed construction and demolition waste can be sent to a 3rd party certified facility, like Zanker Recycling, and achieve an overall diversion rate for the project that is at least 75%. To achieve a higher diversion rate, we recommend that the project recycle source separated materials which will help offset a Mixed C&D diversion rate that is lower.

Zanker makes it simpler to achieve the LEED credits by not having to separate construction and demolition materials for 1 point and doing less separation than required for using non-certified facilities for 2 points. Paths 1 and 3 are more challenging because more separation of materials are required.

Every LEED project starts with a waste management plan and must be measured on its own merit, not just on a specific load of recyclables and/or trash. A project may have multiple contractors who each perform different functions, but each contractor must account for the waste their project generates and must provide proper disposal receipts. The receipts go to the owner or responsible party to track all the waste and recyclables generated for the project. Debris box companies bear the most responsibility of any waste-processing company for tracking and record-keeping for the projects, although they normally do not receive all the waste materials.

Zanker does not use visual inspection to determine the volume of loads. All loads are measured or weighed at the scale.

Contractors who have different commodities have different recycling rates for those commodities. For example, an electrician who sells copper scraps may have a clean commodity that is 100% recyclable, whereas an insulation contractor’s materials may have a 0% recycling rate. Mixed Waste containers usually have a reduced diversion rate since some materials are not recoverable. LEED rarely approves giving all containers a blanket diversion rate, since a mixed debris load may contain a mix of both recyclable items, like copper scraps, and non-recyclable items, like insulation. One of the primary goals of LEED is to encourage projects to source separate (SS) as much as possible. SS allows the project to have a higher diversion rate because the materials are cleaner and more marketable.

For more information on regarding LEED Rating System v4.1 click here.

CDD and other Cities Recycling Diversion Programs

Zanker Recycling is the leader in recycling C&D debris in the Bay Area and we comply with every city’s diversion program for C&D. To learn more about what your City requires, you should contact your specific City since requirements vary from one City to the next.

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Contacts

GreenWaste Zanker Resource Recovery: Site #1

705 Los Esteros Road
San Jose, CA 95134
Get Map and Directions
Please use Highway 237 and the Zanker Road Exit to get to our facilities

408-263-2384 (se habla español)

Regular Facility Hours – Disposal/Recycling
M – F: 6 AM – 5:45 PM
Sat: 8 AM – 3:45 PM

Holiday Schedule – Close Early
Memorial Day: 6 AM – 2 PM
Independence Day: 6 AM – 2 PM
Labor Day: 6 AM – 2 PM
Christmas Eve: 6 AM – 2 PM
New Years Eve: 6 AM – 2 PM

Holiday Schedule – Closed
Easter
Thanksgiving
Christmas Day
New Years Day

 

GreenWaste Zanker Resource Recovery Facility: Site #2

675 Los Esteros Road
San Jose, CA 95134
Get Map and Directions
Please use Highway 237 and the Zanker Road Exit to get to our facilities

408-263-2384 (se habla español)

Regular Facility Hours – Disposal/Recycling
M – F: 6 AM – 4:45 PM
Sat: 8 AM – 3:45 PM

Holiday Schedule – Closed
New Years Day
Independence Day
Easter
Memorial Day
Labor Day
Thanksgiving
Christmas Eve
Christmas Day
New Years Eve

 

GreenWaste Landscape Materials Yard

Landscape Materials
408.586.9292 (se habla español)

Regular Facility Hours:
6:00 AM – 4:00 PM Monday-Friday
8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Saturday

Holiday Schedule – Closed

Friday, 12/23 and 12/30 – Normal Hours
Saturday 12/24 and 12/31  – Closed
Monday 12/26 and 1/2 – Closed in observance of the Sunday Holiday.