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VALCORE Community Recycling -
Two ways you can help: Donate your recyclables, or Volunteer for one of our Workdays.

Donate your CRV cans/bottles, including your CRV #1 PET and glass bottles, to the Sierra Club. VALCORE also accepts household batteries, cell phone, ink jet cartridges, lap tops and PDAs for recycling. Drop them off the next time you're in town. This is how the Solano Group raises money, so don't forget to come by at least once a year! 

  • Location: 38 Sheridan St., Vallejo

  • Open Monday through Saturday, closed for lunch 1 p.m. - 2. p.m.

  • Donations accepted 9 a.m. 4:30 p.m.; CRV Buy Backs from 10 a.m. 4:30 p.m.  


Volunteer Workday Schedule for 2009: 

Thanks to the VALCORE Recycling Volunteers on Sept 27, Kenn Browne, Sam McGee and Al Molnar. And a big round of applause to all who worked at Coastal Cleanup spots around the county!

Get More Involved - Demand More Recyclable Products!

Join the California Product Stewardship council. Demand that manufacturers make responsible and recyclable products. Here's the link.

Find your representative, register to vote, apply to vote by mail: 

Oppose Offshore Drilling - Take Action on Environmental Issues
From permanent funding for State Parks to Saying "NO" to Offshore Drilling, The Environment California Website provides multiple avenues for you to contact state officials and have your say about the California issues the Sierra Club - and you - care about most. 

Bay Area Ridge Trail Council
(415) 561-2595

The Bay Area Ridge Trail ultimately will be a 500+ mile trail encircling the San Francisco Bay along the ridge tops, open to hikers, equestrians, mountain bicyclists, and outdoor enthusiasts of all types. So far, we have dedicated over 300 miles of trail for use by Bay Area residents, now and forever. To learn more visit

Jackson State Redwoods
You can educate yourself about, and help with, the ongoing work of ensuring the preservation of our publicly owned, 50,000-acre Jackson State Redwood Forest! To learn more, please go to the link below.

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