Location and Hours
19801 Berry Street
Pine Grove, CA 95665
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday – Saturday
9am – 12pm
1pm – 4pm
The Transfer Station periodically closes for routine maintenance and inspection. Please check our yearly calendar for a full Transfer Station Schedule.
Potential for Periodic Adjustment to Closing Time
The Pine Grove Transfer Station (PGTS) operates under a State of California Solid Waste Facility Permit which allows a maximum of 99 tons taken into the facility per day, and 125 vehicles per day.
The PGTS occasionally reaches its permitted daily tonnage and/or daily maximum vehicle count. When PGTS reaches its current daily allowable tonnage or vehicle count we will be required to close the gate for the remainder of that day and re-open for business the next morning. All vehicles coming to the facility will be turned away.
The PGTS is open Tuesday through Saturday, 9 am - 4 pm. We close from 12 pm - 1 pm daily. We estimate that the maximum daily tonnage or vehicle count will not be reached before late afternoon, and generally never on Saturday. However, any customers arriving after the maximum tonnage or vehicle count is reached will be directed to the Buena Vista facility in Ione or return to the PGTS at a later date. Therefore it may be helpful to arrange your visit to PGTS during non-peak hours. Non-peak hours are typically Wednesday, Thursday and Friday during the morning hours.
Pine Grove Transfer Station Rates (Effective November 1, 2019)
55 gal drum
$29.00 per cubic yard
$19.50 per cubic yard
$50.25 per cubit yard
Mattress ( Dirty or Greater then 4)
Mattress ( Clean / up to 4 pieces )
Tires 19” or smaller
Tires 20"- 40" No Comm/Business
$116.75 per ton
$17.00 per cubic yard
$17.00 per cubic yard
There is a $1.00 per load county surcharge. The above rates DO NOT include the County Surcharge of $1.00 per load.
ACCEPTABLE RECYCLABLE ITEMS
Aluminum cans, clean foil & containers
Clean paper, bags, catalogs, junk mail, envelopes, magazines, paper egg cartons, telephone books and white paper
Oil and Oil Filters
Plastic bottles, jugs and jars
ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED
No hazardous waste
No hot ashes
Auto batteries, batteries of any kind
Paint & thinners of any kind
Pesticides & insecticides
Non-empty aerosol cans
Universal waste - batteries, fluorescent tubes, mercury thermostats or switches. If you have any questions regarding these items, contact Amador County Waste Management Department at (209) 223-6429.