Riverside County Supermarket Recycling Locations


Thanks to California's Bottle and Can Recycling Law, Recycling for Cash is now as close and convenient as your local Supermarket. The following Supermarket locations in Riverside County will now gladly accept and pay CASH for Glass, Plastic and Aluminum Beverage Containers!

Recyclables are accepted during all hours that stores are open for business. And unless otherwise stated on a sign posted at the store entrance, empty beverage containers can be redeemed for cash at any open cash register. 

Market  Name Market  Address City Zip
Stater Bros Mkt 67800 Vista Chino Cathedral City 92234
Henrys Marketplace 120 W Ontario Ave Corona 92882
Vons Market 369 Magnolia Ave Corona 92879
Stater Bros Mkt 2243 Eagle Glen Pkwy Corona 92883
Trader Joes Market 2790 Cabot Dr_Ste 165 Corona 92883
Vons Market 11800 De Palma Rd Corona 92883
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood
Market
1709 W Florida Ave Hemet 92545
Fairway Foods 54111 Village Center Dr Idyllwild 92549
Ralphs Grocery 49908 Jefferson St Indio 92201
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood
Market
82900 Avenue 42 Bldg E Indio 92203
SuperTarget Center 42625 Jackson St Indio 92203
Winco foods 42600 Jackson St Indio 92203
Wal Mart Supercenter 79295 St Hwy 111 La Quinta 92253
Smart & Final Extra 79 770 Hwy 111 La Quinta 92253
Costco Wholesale 79795 Highway 111 La Quinta 92253
Henrys Farmers Market 79050 Highway 111 La Quinta 92253
Ibarras Market 217 N Main St Lake Elsinore 92530
Stater Bros Mkt 14425 Moreno Beach Dr Moreno Valley 92555
Albertsons Store 28047 Scott Rd Murrieta 92563
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood
Market
39530 Murrieta Hot Springs_Ste 1 Murrieta 92563
Stater Bros Mkt 78210 Varner Rd Palm Desert 92211
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood
Market
72885 State Highway 111 Palm Desert 92260
Wal Mart Supercenter 5601 E Ramon Rd Palm Springs 92264
Smart & Final 650 Gene Autry Trail Palm Springs 92264
Winco Foods 3150 N Case Rd Perris 92571
Pavilions 36101 Bob Hope Dr Rancho Mirage 92270
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood
Market
2211 W Esplanade Ave San Jacinto 92582

 

The stores listed above are required by state law to take back all empty beverage containers and pay the proper redemption value of 5 cents per container and 10 cents for containers 24 ounces and larger. If your local supermarket is listed above and fails to accept containers for recycling, call the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) at 1-800-Recycle, and let them know.

Updated 12/7/2011