Shingles (Asphalt) Alternative ways to recycle Take to Recycling Center or Landfill Asphalt shingles can be brought to North County Recycling Center & Sanitary Landfill, Lovelace Materials Recovery Facility & Transfer Station. ASPHALT RECYCLERS: Sustainable Pavement Technologies10500 Harlan Road, French Camp, CA 95231 | (209) 982-4750Map & Directions Clean Planet, Inc.250 Port Rd. 23, Stockton, CA 95203 | (209) 463-1067 Map & DirectionsAccepts asphalt, brick, tile, concrete, rock, sand, and dirt. Fees may apply. Call for details. Drop off only. Frank C. Alegre Trucking915 W. Anderson Street, Stockton, CA 95206Office: (209) 334-2114, Scale House: (209) 462-2038 Map & DirectionsRecycles asphalt, concrete, cinder blocks, tile, bricks, rocks, sand, dirt, and gravel. Fees may apply. Call for details. Accepts material from commercial and residential sectors. Pick up or drop off. Granite Construction Company10500 S. Harlan Road, French Camp, CA 95231 | (209) 982-4750Map & Directions Accepts clean broken asphalt and concrete only. Drop off only. Modesto Sand and Gravel6139 Hammett Rd, Modesto, CA 95358 | (209) 545-1325Map & DirectionsAccepts concrete, asphalt, brick, cinder blocks, gravel, rock. Free if clean. Drop off only. San Joaquin County Flood Control6767 E Main St, Stockton, CA 95215 | Contact: Butch Waddle (209) 468-9698 Accepts clean, broken concrete and brick only. Drop off only. Find a Shingle Recycler Asphalt shingles are easily recycled, and new facilities are opening up to meet this growing demand. Locate the nearest shingles recycling facility. Do Not Remove Nails Shingles recyclers accept roofs with nails in them, so do not remove the nails. The recycling operators use a powerful magnet to separate nails from the asphalt. Alternative Ways to Recycle Ask Your Contractor If They Recycle Before hiring a contractor to work on your roof, see if they have services in place to recycle the asphalt shingles for you. Did You Know? You’re Driving on Recycled Shingles Roof shingles are easy to recycle into asphalt roads because they’re made without materials that would comprise their recyclability.