The Fremont Recycling and Transfer Station provides sorting, recycling, and marketing services for recyclable materials collected in Fremont. In addition, the solid waste collected in the cities of Fremont, Newark, and Union City is consolidated at our facility and shipped to the landfill.
Our state-of-the-art Material Recovery Facility (MFR pronounced MuRF) has been processing the single stream recyclables collected from Fremont residents since 2006.
Let's keep Fremont green by keeping our recyclables clean. Please keep the following items out of your recycling cart:
Commercial recyclabes collected from businesses throughout the greater Bay Area are delivered to our facility for sorting. Commodities such as aluminum, paper, and cardboard are baled and shipped to facilities where it is transformed into new products
The municipal solid waste collected from homes and businesses throughout the Tri-Cities is delivered to our transfer station where it is consolidated into our large volume, possum belly trailers. By consolidating the waste, Fremont Recycling & Transfer reduces the number of vehicle on our already congested freeways.
The Fremont Recycling and Transfer Station provides residential and commercial recycling, solid waste disposal, and hazardous waste management service to the Tri-Cities community
Our facility is open to all members of the public as a one-stop location to recycle unwanted items, disposal services for non-recyclable waste, and for the safe management of common household hazardous waste.
The Fremont Recycling and Transfer Station administration offices can be reached by telephone Monday through Friday from 8:00am until 5:00pm by calling 510-252-0500.
Please be advised that our offices are not open to public access due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Please call us with your questions.
The Fremont Recycling and Transfer Station is owned and operated by BLT Enterprises
As developer, owner and operator of Material Recovery Facilities and Transfer Stations throughout California, BLT's team has processed and/or recycled in excess of 11,000 tons of waste per day in Los Angeles, Burbank, Fremont, Oxnard, and Sacramento.