Alameda County Department of Environmental Health is certified by the California Department of
Resources, Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) as the Local Enforcement Agency (LEA) for Alameda County.
The LEA is responsible for ensuring the correct operation and closure of solid waste facilities in
Alameda County LEA also has the responsibility to ensure the proper storage and transportation
requirements of solid wastes. The LEA regulates solid waste facilities to ensure compliance with
regulations and state minimum standards through permitting, inspection and enforcement efforts to manage
and mitigate the impacts of solid waste on public health and safety and the environment.
LEA staff regulates the activities of solid waste facilities and operations by:
- Permitting and inspecting landfills, transfer stations, composting and construction and demolition
operations and facilities and refuse collection vehicles;
- Providing information to the public and assistance to solid waste facilities;
- Investigating complaints associated with illegal disposal or storage of solid wastes.
For more information, please contact us at:
- Alameda County Department of Environmental Health
- Office of Solid/Medical Waste Management
- 1131 Harbor Bay Parkway
- Alameda, CA 94502
- Telephone: (510) 567-6790
Solid Waste Facilities
- Landfills (Active and Closed)
- Transfer Processing Operations and Facilities
- Composting Operations and Facilities
- Wood and Green Waste Chipping and Grinding Operations and Facilities
- Construction, Demolition and Inert Debris Processing Operations and Facilities
Forms and Documents
- Solid Waste Collection Vehicle Registration Form (under construction)
Local Regulatory Authority
Vasco Road Landfill Document Available for Public Review:
California Waste Solutions (CWS) 10th Street Facility Documents Available for Public Review:
Hayward Transfer Station Document Available for Public Review:
Altamont Compost Facility Documents Available for Public Review:
Davis Street Transfer Station Facility Documents Available for Public Review:
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