New solid waste and recycling carts were delivered to single family residences in 2021 in order to meet the new State requirements (Senate Bill 1383, Lara, Chapter 395, 2016) to recycle organic waste. Download a copy of the new cart informational flyer (PDF).
Learn about what materials are acceptable in the new carts by downloading a copy of the informational flyers below.
You can also download a copy of the frequently asked questions regarding the carts and service (PDF).
Information on new bins for multi-family and commercial locations will be coming soon. Starting on July 1, 2021, all residents will be billed directly by Republic Services for all trash and recycling services. For more information on the new containers and requirements visit Republic Services website.
If you have additional questions regarding the delivery of new containers or future billing services, please contact Republic Services at 1-800-299-4898 or by email at email@example.com..
Republic Services: 1-800-299-4898
Visit Republic Services' local office inside the Chamber of Commerce Building. Located at:
104 South First Street
Alhambra, CA 91801
View the Republic Services website for complete trash, recycling and solid waste services.
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Those who qualify will have their bimonthly trash bill decreased by $4 bimonthly (or $2 per month).
The discount is offered by Republic Services through its exclusive franchise agreement with the City. The low-income limits are established by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Proof of the income is required of all adults living in the household. A copy of the most recent federal income tax returns or social security statement (block out Social Security numbers) must be sent along with the City's application form. For more information, call the City Manager's office at 626-570-5011.
Active Recycling Company
5601 E Valley Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90032
Hours: 6:30 am to 4:45 pm
Waste tires that are illegally dumped or improperly stored can pose a serious threat to public health and safety, as well as to the environment. To find out more about recycling used tires, visit the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works Tire Recycling page.
California Materials Exchange (CALMAX) - 800-RECYCLE (732-9253). CalMAX connects businesses, organizations, manufacturers, schools, and individuals with the most effective online resources for exchanging materials. The website links to services and organizations that provide online options.
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The California Paint Stewardship Program requires paint manufacturers to develop a take back system for certain types of leftover paints from household and commercial consumers. PaintCare, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, recycles and properly disposes certain types of unused paint products. For more information about the California Paint Stewardship Program, including a list of products accepted and not accepted at PaintCare drop-off sites, see PaintCare's Information for Paint Purchasers fact sheet (PDF). Please visit PaintCare's website to find a paint drop-off site near you. You can also view PaintCare's Paint Calculator for recommended paint purchase amounts.