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Lynwood Spring 2022 Community Cleanup

LYNWOOD residents – bring your over-sized and bulky waste for disposal – FREE of charge – on Saturday, May 21 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

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Glendale Webinar 4/21/22

The City of GLENDALE is hosting another webinar on Thursday, April 21 at 11am to provide more information related to the changes to collection services due to new state regulations. Register at https://us02web.zoom.us/…/521…/WN_6S_cf6lNQ12Gh9vcWcLbkw

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HHW Roundup in South Gate on April 23, 2022

The next Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and E-Waste collection event is in SOUTH GATE on Saturday, Apr. 23 from 9am-3pm.  Here’s your chance to clear out any unwanted household chemicals, motor oil and filters, other automotive fluids, paint, cleaners, pesticides or herbicides, batteries, pool chemicals, electronics, mercury thermometers or thermostats, fluorescent light bulbs, used needles or sharps, and unwanted or expired medicines. For a schedule of upcoming events throughout the county, visit https://www.lacsd.org/services/solid-waste/household-hazardous-waste-collection.

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NATIONAL DRUG TAKE BACK DAY APRIL 30

With studies indicating a majority of abused prescription drugs come from family and friends, including from home medicine cabinets, clearing out unused medicine is essential. For 10 years, the DEA has worked with local, state, and federal agencies to collect tablets, capsules, patches, and other solid forms of prescription drugs. The next nationwide collection date is scheduled for April 30 from 10am-2pm. The public can drop off potentially dangerous prescription medications at collection sites which will adhere to local COVID-19

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Carson Clean Environment Week Spring 2022

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. 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

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HHW Roundup in Gardena on March 12, 2022

The next Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and E-Waste collection event is in GARDENA on Saturday, Mar. 12 from 9am-3pm.  Here’s your chance to clear out any unwanted household chemicals, motor oil and filters, other automotive fluids, paint, cleaners, pesticides or herbicides, batteries, pool chemicals, electronics, mercury thermometers or thermostats, fluorescent light bulbs, used needles or sharps, and unwanted or expired medicines. For a schedule of upcoming events throughout the county, visit https://www.lacsd.org/services/solid-waste/household-hazardous-waste-collection.

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Glendale Customers to Receive Carts for Recycling and Mixed Organics Collection in March 2022

The next phase of the franchised services rollout for Glendale continues in late March with the delivery of a recycling cart and/or mixed organics cart. Businesses and 5+ multi-family dwellings will receive one 96 gallon cart for dry recyclables such as bottles, cans, paper, and cardboard.  Need more detail on what goes in your blue container?  Up-to-date lists are always available on our SB1383 page. Businesses and 5+ multi-family dwellings with at least 2 cubic yards/week of total service will receive one

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HHW Roundup in Lynwood on Feb. 26, 2022

The next Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and E-Waste collection event is in LYNWOOD on Saturday, Feb. 26 from 9am-3pm.  Here’s your chance to clear out any unwanted household chemicals, motor oil and filters, other automotive fluids, paint, cleaners, pesticides or herbicides, batteries, pool chemicals, electronics, mercury thermometers or thermostats, fluorescent light bulbs, used needles or sharps, and unwanted or expired medicines. For a schedule of upcoming events throughout the county, visit https://www.lacsd.org/services/solid-waste/household-hazardous-waste-collection.

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Remember to Recycle your Tree This Year

A separate WR truck will pick up your tree on the same day as your regular service. Your tree will be reused as compost or mulch. Help us close the recycling loop by participating in this service! What You Need to Do: Place your tree curbside the same day as your regular service. For multi-family with bin service, trees can be left in the enclosure area. Remove all decorations (ornaments, tinsel, etc.) and metal or plastic plant stands (wooden tree

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Notice to Customers in Unincorporated LA County

After much consideration, Waste Resources has made the difficult decision to end all services in the Unincorporated Areas of LA County, effective December 31, 2021.  Customers affected by this decision have received notification by mail, email, or both.  We will continue to service these customers until their last day of service the last week of December.  Our containers will be removed at that time, or soon thereafter, so customers are encouraged to secure service from another hauler that begins before

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Carson Fall 2021 Clean Environment Week

 Carson residents can take advantage of two opportunities to celebrate America Recycles Say (November 15). The first is a paper shredding and electronics recycling event on Saturday, October 16 , 2021, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the City Hall parking lot (701 E. Carson Street). See the attached flyer for details. From October 11 to 15, 2021 ONLY, on your regular service day, residential cart customers have the opportunity to set out up to three 30-gallon bags each

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