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How to dispose of old water coolers, refrigerators, and air conditioners.
Appliances which contain materials that are hazardous to the environment, such as freon, require a Certified Appliance Recycler to remove the materials. This applies to ... More  
Where can I find a resource for public citizens to "green" the County?
Please visit the Department of Public Works' "Clean LA" website (link provided below) to find numerous environmental programs to help make our communities greener. ... More  
Where can I take VHS tapes to be disposed of correctly?
VHS tapes and audio tapes are not considered household hazardous waste and can be disposed of, if they can not be reused or recycled. A list of organizations who ... More  
How can I stop junk mail?
We recommend you take those steps listed in our junk mail webpage to reduce the amount of junk mail you receive. It may not eliminate all of it, but it will help. ... More  
How do I dispose of compressed gas (CO2) cylinders?
Please dispose of compressed gas cylinders at a mobile household hazardous waste collection event or a permanent collection center near you. For information on upcoming ... More  
How can I stop unsolicited faxes?
Information on how to stop unsolicited faxes is available from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and LA County Department of consumer Affairs website at the ... More  
Looking for a used computer or have one to donate?
You may contact recyclers on our Smart Business Recycling website to inquire about reuse/donation programs (first link below). A second resource is our LACoMAX ... More  
How can I safely dispose of mercury thermometers?
Please dispose of your mercury thermometers at a mobile household hazardous waste collection event near you. For information on upcoming events or for permanent ... More  
How do I dispose of my old lawnmower?
To dispose of an old lawnmower, call your local waste hauler and schedule a bulky item pick-up. If your lawnmower contains gasoline, it will need to be removed and ... More  
How to dispose of old 3.5" floppy disks?
Floppy disks can be disposed of with your regular trash. For other questions regarding recycling or household hazardous waste, call 1(888) CLEAN LA or visit the link ... More  
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