Thrift Stores / Processing Center

Placerville Reuse & Processing (RAP) Center

180 Industrial Drive, Building E
Phone: (530) 626-1641
DONATIONS Mon-Sat 9am-3pm; OFFICE Mon-Fri 7am-3pm

The RAP Center is a Snowline enterprise that salvages your recyclables, diverts material from the local landfills, saves our streams and supports the Snowline mission.

What is E-Waste?

Items that run on electricity (working or not) such as: computers, televisions, flat panel monitors, broken exercise equipment, etc.

SORRY, NO APPLIANCES

 

What is Scrap Metal?

Items made metal such as: bicycles, wire hangers, lawn mowers, broken cars, weights, golf clubs, old metal tools, angle iron, barbed wire, old wire fencing, motors, engines, car parts, etc.

Lawn mowers and other equipment must have fluids drained before donating. Fencing should be rolled up.

We are sorry we cannot take everything. Following is a referral guide for those items we cannot accept.

If you don’t see it listed, Call Us! Acceptable items may vary as markets change throughout the year.

As of March 1, 2019, Snowline Hospice will no longer be accepting mattresses or box springs. Contact your local waste disposal company for recycling options.

ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED

REFERRAL

Broken/Baby/Outdated/Unsellable Furniture (WM)

Waste Management (WM)

El Dorado Disposal

530-626-4141 - Residents Only

 

Folsom Disposal

916-355-8367 - Residents Only

 

Sacramento Disposal

916-875-5555 - Residents Only

 

 

El Dorado Hills Fire Station (EDHFS) 916-933-6692

Mattresses (WM)

Printers, Faxes, Scanners, Copiers (WM)

Pianos and Organs (WM)

Large/Bulky/Unsellable/Broken Plastic (WM)

Used Ink Cartridges (WM)

Tires (WM)

PVC Pipe (WM)

Propane Tanks (WM)

Sofa Sleepers/Futons/Water Beds and Frames

Hazardous Waste, Paint (WM & EDHFS)

Pesticides, Chemicals (WM & EDHFS)

Cleaning Products (WM & EDHFS)

Household Batteries (WM & EDHFS)

Fluorescent Tubes/Light Bulbs (WM & EDHFS)

Smoke Detectors (WM & EDHFS)

Animals, Fish, Mammal, Bird, Bones, Hides, Etc

Some Local Veterans Organizations

Car Batteries and Used Oil

Most Auto Part Stores

Oxygen Canisters

Return to Original Store

Fire Extinguishers

Hangtown Fire 530-626-6243

Building Materials

Habitat for Humanity 530-621-3317

Documents to Shred

 

Encyclopedias, Dictionaries and Magazines

 

Patio Furniture

 

Hard and Soft Toys (broken and unsellable)

 

Entertainment Centers (at manager’s discretion)

 

APPLIANCES

microwave oven, washer, dryer, dish washer, range/oven, refrigerator, freezer, ice maker, wine chiller, AC unit, HVAC system, furnace, hot water heater, wood or pellet stove, ammonia-based

 

 

We do accept cans, bottles and metals; however, since we are a non-profit organization, we accept these items as a donation and do not “pay out” for them. We DO NOT accept glass and plastic bottles.

Your donations make shopping at our thrift stores fun, inspiring, discovery-filled adventures while at the same time, supporting the important hospice care provided by our clinical team to patients and their families throughout Sacramento and El Dorado counties.

Two Ways to Donate:

  • Bring your gently used items to our Thrift Stores
  • Bring your recyclables to our Processing Center

Handle all your recycling needs whether it’s e-waste or metals! Before you dump it ... donate it!! Every donation helps the environment, the community and the compassionate work our patient care team provides to families in El Dorado and Sacramento Counties. Our Processing Center ensures nothing goes to waste!

Recycling News

For more information about changes in recyclables, please read the following news excerpts:

Mt. Democrat

KCRA - Stockton/Sacramento

NY TIMES

 

 

Snowline:

Thank you does not begin to express my gratitude to each and every one of you.

The gift you gave to my Bobby and me is beyond words. You proved each day the beauty that is hospice.

It’s still difficult, but knowing Bobby departed free of pain and anxiety gives me peace. I will always be grateful for the love and compassion you brought into our house.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

Maureen Baker 

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