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
Visit the Watershed Management Division Website
to learn more about the
Municipal National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit,
Low Impact Development
(LID) Manual, the County's
Stormwater Ordinance, watersheds, and
The Stormwater & Runoff Pollution Control Program
tracks industrial and commercial businesses in the unincorporated County area to
determine compliance with the provisions of the Municipal National Pollutant Discharge
Elimination System (NPDES) Permit issued by the California Regional Water Quality
Control Board, Los Angeles Region.
Visit the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Website,
see the “Don’t Trash California” campaign, and get more information
on keeping our neighborhoods, oceans, and local waterways clean.
Contact your local Stormwater Coordinator
to report a clogged storm drain, request storm drain stenciling, and learn about
what your city is doing to improve water quality.
To report illegal dumping/discharges, anywhere in Los Angeles County, into the storm
drain system, call 1(888)CLEAN LA, 24 hours per day.
What you can do to prevent pollution of
our neighborhoods and beaches.
Have an RV? Find a site for the safe disposal
of RV sewage in Los Angeles County (en