California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle)

Reuse Organization Profiles

Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Orange County

Overview

Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Orange County (HfHOC), is a nonprofit building materials reuse center which accepts new and used building materials and resells them to the public at pennies on the dollar. All proceeds and/or materials are used to help support Habitat for Humanity and the homes they build. Items that cannot be accepted are referred to other nonprofits, churches, recyclers and CalMAX, so nothing is wasted.

Materials Accepted

A wide variety of building materials, plus appliances in good working order.

Source of Materials

Homeowners, contractors, mass retailers, distributors, and manufacturers. All materials are donated.

Collection Services

Orange County (for special loads: Los Angeles), limited to one to two times per week.

Geographic Service Area

Orange and Los Angeles Counties.

Drop-Off Hours

Tuesday-Saturday: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Days/Hours of Operation

Same as drop-off hours.

Contact Information

Jason McKinstry, ReStore Director
2165 South Grand Avenue
Santa Ana, California 92705
Major Cross Street: Waner Avenue
County:
Orange
Phone:
(714) 434-6200
Fax:
(714) 434-1222
Email: info@habitatoc.org
Website: habitatoc.org

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Last updated: February 16, 2005
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