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 our Smart Gardening website
to learn how to reduce and recycle organic waste and improve your lawn and garden.
Attend a Smart Gardening Workshop
to learn about composting, worm composting, grass recycling, water-wise gardening
and fire-wise gardening.
Learn about the Countywide Waste
Tire Recycling Program and free
Tire Collection Events.
Stores in unincorporated LA County are no longer allowed to provide single-use plastic
carryout bags. To find out more about the County's Carryout Bag Ordinance,
Find out about the County's Residential Recycling Program
LACoMAX, the Los Angeles County Materials
Exchange, is a free Countywide materials reuse service that can help you find markets
for your surplus materials and other usable discards.
Projects requiring a construction, demolition, and/or grading permit must recycle
at least 50% of the debris generated. The C&D
Debris Recycling and Reuse Program provides information, including
forms and resources.
The SmartBusiness Recycling Program
website lists recyclers for paper, electronics, food waste, textiles and other materials.
Businesses located in unincorporated County jurisdictions can receive a free on-site
waste reduction consultation. (en
Could your business use $2 million? If you are a manufacturer or recycling processor,
the Los Angeles County Recycling Market Development
Zone Program has financial, technical and marketing assistance
available to help your business grow.
County employees and Departmental Recycling Coordinators can log on to our
Departmental Recycling Program's website to get information on existing
recycling programs, procedures, County policies on waste reduction and helpful tips/links
to recycling practices.
Our Junk Mail resource page provides
information about reducing unwanted junk mail.
Should every glass or plastic bottle and aluminum can get another chance at life?
Ever ask a beverage container why you should recycle? The Department of Resources
Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle)
has the answers.
Listing of recycling facilities and services
by zip code by Earth's 911 nationwide database.