CCCSWA offers two ways to dispose of common household batteries—you can have them picked up twice a year, or you can drop them off at one of our partner retailers.

For pick up, put your batteries in a sealable clear plastic bag and set them out during your twice-yearly Reuse Day. The batteries must be kept separate from your reuse items and must be clearly marked with the sticker sent with your Reuse and Cleanup Days brochure.

For drop off, go to any of the following local retailers that provide free household battery collection:

AlamoCVS/Pharmacy3158 Danville Blvd.
BlackhawkCVS/Pharmacy
Danville Music
Radio Shack
Walgreen’s
3420 Camino Tassajara
DanvilleCVS/Pharmacy
Ace Hardware
650 San Ramon Valley
3 Railroad Ave.
4808 San Ramon Valley
611 San Ramon Valley
LafayetteAce Hardware
CVS/Pharmacy
CVS/Pharmacy
Orchard Supply
3625 Mt. Diablo Blvd.
3311 Mt. Diablo Blvd.
MoragaCVS/Pharmacy
Rite Aid
1409 Moraga Rd.
1480 Moraga Rd. #D
580 Moraga Rd.
1550 Canyon Rd.
OrindaCVS/Pharmacy
CVS/Pharmacy
CVS/Pharmacy
Rite Aid
Raio Shack
Radio Shack
Ace Hardware
50 Moraga Way
27 Orinda Way
Walnut CreekCVS/Pharmacy 1123 S. California Blvd.
1914 Tice Valley Blvd.
738 Bancroft Rd.
1526 Palos Verde Mall
2987 Ygnacio Valley Rd.
1537 N. Main Street
2044 Mt. Diablo Blvd.

Please note that not all Ace Hardware, CVS/Pharmacy, and Rite Aid stores in these cities are included in CCCSWA’s recycling program. However, additional locations may be added to the program in the future.