Where to Find Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Shops in Northern California

To help stem climate change and keep our environment clean and safe, there are a number of eco-friendly shops in the Bay Area and Northern California that focus on reuse, recycling and zero waste.

Here’s a list of some:

The Source Zero, San JoseFill Good, Berkeley — Zero waste and plastic free refill serviceThe Ecology Center, BerkeleyNorth Coast Co-op, EurekaRefill Madness, SacramentoEthos, Santa CruzFiller Up Shop, Morgan Hill (refill, not landfill)Mudlab Zero-Waste Coffee Shop and Grocery Store, OaklandOlive This, Olive That, San Francisco — Refill olive oil bottlesRainbow Groceries, San Francisco — A worker-owned co-opAlameda Natural Grocery, Alameda

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