Clean LA for Residents
Clean LA for Business
Clean LA for Government
Clean LA is for ALL
Los Angeles County
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Trash Collection / Illegal Dumping
Household Hazardous Waste / Electronic Waste
Used Motor Oil Recycling
Underground Storage Tanks
Household hazardous waste is any leftover product labeled toxic, poison, corrosive,
flammable, combustible, or irritant, that you want to discard. Find out more at
Household Hazardous Waste website.
Do you have old paint, oil, cleaners, televisions, or electronics that you're not
sure what to do with? Dispose of these items properly at a FREE Household
Hazardous/Electronic Waste (HHW/E-Waste) Collection Event near you
- there's one almost every weekend around L.A. County.
All residents of Los Angeles County may utilize the City of Los Angeles S.A.F.E. permanent collection centers (various), the Antelope Valley Environmental Collection Center (in Palmdale) or EDCO Recycling and Transfer Center (in Signal Hill) to properly dispose of HHW/E-Waste FREE of charge.
California residents and businesses can now recycle leftover paint for free at local retail stores. For program details and locations, visit www.PaintCare.org or call 855-724-6809.
State law makes it illegal for residents to dispose of home-generated sharps waste
in the trash. To learn how to safely manage and properly dispose of sharps waste,
Common batteries such as AA, AAA, C cells, D cells and button cell batteries (e.g. hearing aid batteries) may contain a corrosive chemical that can cause burns. For proper disposal, click here.
Recycle your used motor oil and used oil filters at a County sponsored event or a permanent collection center.
If you have expired or unused medications, don't discard them down the sink! Click
here for information on how to
safely dispose of unused drugs.
Make your own Alternative
Household Products (PDF, 855 KB, also en Español) using ingredients found in most household cabinets.