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Looking for your COVID-19 vaccination record?

The California Department of Public Health has created an online portal where you can access your vaccination information. The site will give you a digital copy of your vaccine record, which you can also print. Go to

If you notice an error in the state’s record, please contact the entity that gave you the vaccine to get the information corrected.

Recycle Batteries Right


Discarded rechargeable and single-use batteries, in all shapes and sizes from AAA, AA, C, button cell, 9-volt, and lithium-ion batteries are hazardous waste and must be recycled right to protect our community and the environment.

Prepare Batteries Properly

1. Collect batteries in a plastic zip-top bag.

2. Tape the terminals of lithium-ion and 9-volt batteries

3. Zip the bag when it’s about 1/2 way full.

4. Place bag on the correct cart on recycling day. Find out which cart by using the map below.

Single-Family Home Battery Recycling

Click on your hauler for more information on battery recycling.

Republic Services of Daly City
Recology San Mateo County 
Recology of the Coast
Recology San Bruno
South San Francisco Scavenger

Apartment Battery Recycling

Select apartment complexes offer orange recycling battery buckets provided by waste haulers. Don’t have one? Ask your property manager about getting one where you live.

Drop Where You Shop – Retailer Recycling

Recycle batteries at one of 70+ retailers that accept discarded batteries in San Mateo County. Find a location near you at

San Mateo County’s Household Hazardous Waste Program

Have more than batteries to get rid of? Make an appointment online or call (650) 363-4718 to drop-off batteries and other hazardous waste (HHW) for free.

Battery Story Spotlights