Shingles (Asphalt) Alternative ways to recycle Take to Landfill Asphalt can be dropped off at the Western Regional Sanitary Landfill for a disposal fee. Inert Materials: $16.00 per ton Applies to separated loads of uncontaminated dirt, rock, asphalt and concrete if free from re-bar or mesh and broken into pieces less than 2′ x 2′ x 4″. Construction and Demolition Waste: $47.00 per ton Otherwise, asphalt shingles can be brought to these recyclers: Sustainable Pavement Technologies – Sacramento Facility4291 Bradshaw Road, Sacramento, CA 95827Map & Directions(916) 533-8013 Florin Perkins Public Disposal Site4201 Florin Perkins Road, Sacramento, CA 95826Map & Directions(916) 443-5120 or (916) 238-5878 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.