Events

Glendale’s Last Two Compost Giveaways for 2023

The City of Glendale hosts free compost giveaway events throughout the year for its residents. I The last two will be October 7 and November 4.  All events are at the Lot 30 Parking Lot at 1255 N. Verdugo Rd from 8am-12pm, rain permitting. More information is available on the City’s page.

Carson Clean Environment Week Fall 2023

FOR CARSON RESIDENTS ONLYCelebrate America Recycles Day early this year by recycling your old electronics – computers, TVs, copiers, VCRs, cell phones, DVD and Blu-Ray players, and microwaves – and commit to caring for the environment on October 21, 2023. You can also recycle your confidential documents safely and conveniently at this event. All paper will be shredded onsite. Shredding may end before 12:00 p.m. if paper capacity is reached early. Proof of Carson residency required NO commercial or business waste will be accepted Limit three (3) file/paper boxes per resident for shredding Limit five (5) items/systems per account for …

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Semi-Annual Cleanup Starts in Gardena on Sept. 23

Starting Sept. 23, 2023, Waste Resources (WR) will be offering Gardena residents another chance to dispose of unwanted bulky items free of charge.  WR will collect unwanted materials on one day over five Saturdays at the curb.  If your regular service is in the alley, your bulky items need to be placed at the curb, not in the alley.  A resident’s day will correspond to their regular collection day: If your normal trash day is… Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Then your cleanup day is… Sep. 23 Sep. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Gardena residents are still eligible …

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Lynwood Fall 2023 Community Cleanup

LYNWOOD residents – bring your over-sized and bulky waste for disposal – FREE of charge – on Saturday, September 16 from 8am-2pm at the corner of Bellinger and Butler.  A valid photo ID and current copy of WR trash bill are required to participate. Acceptable Items – furniture, appliances, yard waste, fluorescent light tubes and bulbs, televisions, computers, other electronics, wood waste, and single items that can be handled safely by two people. Items NOT accepted – hazardous waste, used motor oil, tires, concrete, dirt, medical waste, pharmaceutical waste, automotive/marine parts, or single items that cannot be safely handled by …

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Gardena Compost Giveaway Scheduled For June 10

FOR GARDENA RESIDENTS ONLYThanks to the success of our first event in April, we’ll be holding Gardena’s second compost giveaway of the year! When: Saturday, June 10, 2023; 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., or while supplies last Where:  Rowley Park; 13220 Van Ness Avenue MUST be a Gardena resident (bring photo ID and copy of utility bill)SELF-SERVE event (shovels will be provided if you don’t bring one)First come, first serveDrive-up only (no walk-ins); enter through south Van Ness entranceBring your own containers or buckets (no bags)Limit 50 gallons per vehicleNO trailers or commercial vehicles; rentals limited to pick-up trucks only

Workshop for Gardena Residents Added

Waste Resources, with the City of Gardena, will be hosting another workshop for residents to discuss the state’s new-ish recycling requirements.  Since Jan. 1, 2022, all residents, businesses, and multi-family properties are required to recycle organics and dry material.  WR’s three-container system makes compliance easy.  Learn how to take advantage of your containers and help the City comply with state mandates. When: Thursday, June 1, 2023 during the Hollypark HOA meeting, starts at 7:00pm Where:  Rowley Park; 13220 Van Ness Avenue

Two Workshops on April 13 for Gardena Customers

Waste Resources, with the City of Gardena, will be hosting two workshops on April 13 to discuss the state’s new-ish recycling requirements.  Since Jan. 1, 2022, all residents, businesses, and multi-family properties are required to recycle organics and dry material.  WR’s three-container system makes compliance easy.  Learn how to make the most of your containers and help the City meet state recycling targets. The BUSINESS workshop starts at 10:00am The RESIDENTIAL workshop starts at 6:00pm. Both are at the Nakaoka Community Center (1670 W. 162nd Street)

Carson Clean Environment Week Spring 2023

FOR CARSON RESIDENTS ONLYCelebrate Earth Day by recycling your old electronics – computers, TVs, copiers, VCRs, cell phones, DVD and Blu-Ray players, and microwaves – and commit to caring for the environment on April 22, 2023. You can also recycle your confidential documents safely and conveniently at this event. All paper will be shredded onsite. Shredding may end before 12:00 p.m. if paper capacity is reached early. Proof of Carson residency required NO commercial or business waste will be accepted Limit three (3) file/paper boxes per resident for shredding Limit five (5) items/systems per account for e-waste That week (April …

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Gardena Compost Giveaway Scheduled for April 22

FOR GARDENA RESIDENTS ONLYJoin us for Gardena’s first compost giveaway. When: Saturday, April 22, 2023; 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., or while supplies last Where:  Johnson Park; 1200W. 170th Street Proof of Gardena residency required.First come, first serveSelf-serve eventDrive-up only (no walk-ins)Bring your own containers or bucketsLimit ½ cubic yard (equivalent to 96 gallons) per vehicleNO trailers or commercial vehicles; rentals limited to pick-up trucks only

Lynwood Spring 2023 Community Cleanup

LYNWOOD residents – bring your over-sized and bulky waste for disposal – FREE of charge – on Saturday, April 22 from 8am-2pm at the corner of Bellinger and Butler.  A valid photo ID and current copy of WR trash bill are required to participate. Acceptable Items – furniture, appliances, yard waste, fluorescent light tubes and bulbs, televisions, computers, other electronics, wood waste, and single items that can be handled safely by two people. Items NOT accepted – hazardous waste, used motor oil, tires, concrete, dirt, medical waste, pharmaceutical waste, automotive/marine parts, or single items that cannot be safely handled by …

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