Next Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event
August 12, 2017
9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The City of Long Beach partnered with public/private agencies to open a local and permanent Environmental Collection Center for disposing of household, universal and electronic wastes.
Open 2nd Saturday of every month.
EDCO Recycling and
Transfer Collection Center
2755 California Avenue,
Signal Hill, CA 90755
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Workshops are presented on the third Saturday of every month.
Next available workshop:
August 19, 2017
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
2929 E. Willow Street
Register HERE or call (562) 570-4694
Purchase discounted bins from the City
Read Your Parking Meter:
Monday, September 4th,
is Labor Day
On Monday, September 4th::
- Street sweeping and enforcement of street sweeping violations WILL NOT occur.
- Meters and time zones that state "Except on Holidays" will NOT be enforced.
- Refuse and Recycling collection WILL occur as normal.
What's your Refuse/Recycling
Click LOAD MAPIT, then enter your address (blue box on the right). You'll find your trash day under "Location Information" along with a number of City Services: police, fire City Government and more.
Cuál es tu dia de colección de basura/reciclaje
Haga clic en CARGAR MAPIT, luego ingrese su dirección (cuadro azul a la derecha). Encontrará su día de basura en "Información de ubicación" junto con una serie de Servicios de la Ciudad: policía, gobierno de la ciudad de los bomberos y más.
Recycle Used Tires & E-Waste
At Three Locations
Used tires and e-waste are accepted at our monthly HHW collection event (2nd Saturdays) or at two LB Conservation Corp. locations on the 2nd & 4th Saturday of each month, 10am-2pm, FREE of charge.
- 2nd Saturday of each month
EDCO Recycling and Transfer
2755 California Ave.
Signal Hill 90755
- 2nd & 4th Saturday of each month
Conservation Corp of Long Beach
340 Nieto Ave.
Long Beach 90814
- 2nd & 4th Saturdays of each month
3251 E. 19th St.
Signal Hill 90755
Ever wondered where you can take used motor oil and filters, batteries, cell phones, recyclables or other types of waste? Check out our interactive map to find a drop-off point near you.
Recycle Your Paint (free)
Recycling unused and leftover paint is now easier and more convenient. Residents can drop off paints, stains, varnishes and more at these participating Long Beach stores:
DETAILS INTERAfxCTIVE MAP
- Vista Paint
- Sherwin Williams