Examples of past donation requests are as follows:

Clearstream (bottles and cans, or organics)
Slim Jim containers with lids (recycling or organics)

Drop boxes for recycling, organics, or garbage
Carts for recycling, organics, or garbage

Heavy duty biodegradable bags for shredded documents for placement in green waste containers
Food scrap recycling bags
ACE Paper bags for organics or yard trimmings
Reusable Tote Bags (Bring Your Own Bag)

Signage that identifies carts or containers – decals

Wonder Grow (Whole Earth) compost from Grover Landscape.

Used Oil Recycling Promotional Items:
Recycled currency pencils
District’s Used Oil DVD

Environmental educational resources:
Activity Books (4rs Field Trips)
Coloring Books

Submit your Donation Request Form at least one (1) month in advance.  For more information, please view CVSan's Policy No. 3095, "District Donations."

Recent recipients include: A Shepherd's Heart Christian School, Advanced Pain Management, Boy Scout Troop 702, CV Autohaus, CV Rotary, CV Track Club, Coffee Cup Cafe, Eagle Scout Project, FastFrame, Growing Years Day Camp, Holy Cross Episcopal Church, Independent Elementary, Jensen Ranch Elementary, Palomares Elementary, Intero Real Estate Services, Highland Place Cooperative, Jack Brain, Palomares HOA and The Style Co.

Donation Request Form


We are committed to safe, efficient and effective wastewater and solid waste management. We promote waste diversion and recycling, education and practices. We strive for public satisfaction through quality service, reasonable rates and proper stewardship of our resources and the environment.


Leading to preserve the environment and promote waste reduction.


The Castro Valley Sanitary District will continue to lead the community through the use of innovative programs to increase solid waste diversion to 75% by the year 2010 and reduce sewer overflows to less than 8 per year. The District will implement customer call satisfaction measurements to improve customer satisfaction. We will institute procedures which will continue to grow investments for the stability of the District to maintain a pay-as-you-go capital improvement policy.