Proudly serving South San Francisco, Millbrae, Brisbane, and SFO
Blue Line Transfer, Inc. is a full service public disposal and recycling facility. Our South San Francisco location is conveniently located one mile east of Highway 101.
Blue Line Transfer, Inc.
500 East Jamie Court
South San Francisco, CA 94080
No appointment necessary. If you have questions, please contact us.
Our disposal rates are the most competitive in the area. We use certified weight scales to make sure you pay the fairest price. To learn more, choose one of the Quick Links below.
FACE COVERINGS & SOCIAL DISTANCING ARE REQUIRED!
ALL LOADS MUST BE COVERED & SECURE.
THE MATERIAL RECOVERY FACILITY INSIDE BLUE LINE TRANSFER WILL BE UNDERGOING AN ENHANCEMENT PROJECT THROUGH MID TO LATE JANUARY, 2021. Efforts will be made to prevent delays and other inconveniences to customers. Click here for more information.
OUR BUYBACK CENTER IS OPEN. New operating hours are Monday-Friday from 7:00am – 2pm, and Saturday 8:00am – 12:00pm. Limit of one trip per day. Payouts are in accordance with California Redemption Value (CRV). All payouts over $100 are made by mailed check.
OUR BOPA CENTER (batteries, oil, paint, antifreeze, sharps, etc.) IS OPEN. Operating hours are Monday-Friday from 7:00am – 4:00pm, and Saturday 8:00am – 4:00pm.
CLEAN/DRY MATTRESSES, BOX SPRINGS, FUTONS, CARPET & CARPET PADDING ARE ACCEPTED FOR RECYCLING. Check price sheet for applicable charges.
OUR CERTIFIED SCALE IS AVAILABLE FOR THE WEIGHING OF VEHICLES. Check price sheet for applicable charge.
Effective July 1, 2015, all loads entering our facility must be properly covered (tarped and tied down). Any loads that arrive not properly covered will be subjected to a $20 additional fee. No exceptions. Please help us keep our community and environment safe and clean.
Effective April 1, 2018, only customers delivering loads of construction & demolition debris with at least 70% recyclable material will be provided with a recycling receipt. Load with less than 70% recyclables will be designated as trash. Click here for more information.