Next Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event
Saturday, February 13th
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
Recycling is Everyone’s Business
Did you know that commercial and multi-family properties in Long Beach must recycle?
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- Mandatory Organics Recycling (MOR) will take effect April 1, 2016 requiring certain commercial and multi-family properties to implement organics recycling programs (State law AB 1826)
- Mandatory Commercial Recycling (MCR), in effect since July 1, 2012, requires certain commercial and multi-family properties to implement general recycling programs (State law AB 341)
Read Your Parking Meter:
Monday, February 15th is President's Day
On Monday, February 15th:
- 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.
No More Junk Mail Kits
Tired of credit card offers, endless catalogs and unwanted coupons? Long Beach, CA residents can order a free junk-mail kit to help reduce junk mail and preserve our planet's resources.
Workshops are presented on the third Saturday of every month.
Note: The February workshop has been cancelled.
Next available workshop:
Saturday, March 19, 2016
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
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.
LB EcoGuide – Always in Season
An annual overview of environmental programs and suggestions that make eco-friendly living in Long Beach easy.
Tote for a Litter-free LB
Retailers in Long Beach no longer distribute plastic bags. Customers are encouraged to bring reusable bags to help reduce litter on our streets and preserve landfill space.
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 INTERACTIVE MAP
- Vista Paint
- Sherwin Williams
Are you a Long Beach business manufacturing with recycled materials? We offer benefits just for you.
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