Welcome to Clean LA -- a County of Los Angeles portal to a number of
award-winning programs that help residents, businesses, and government keep
the County clean and sustainable. From the basics of reduce, reuse
and recycle, to
household hazardous and electronic waste collection events and
composting; this site offers information and links to answer your
environmental questions: Where do I dispose of an old television? How can I get a free
sharps container? What is the best way to save – time, money, resources –
the planet? Clean LA provides local solutions that contribute to global efforts.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger in partnership with Waste Management present this event for residents of the unincorporated area of Antelope Valley who can drop off up to one ton of trash such as furniture, appliances, and other bulky items, free of charge, at Lancaster Landfill on April 8, 2023. To view the flyer, click
here; for Spanish translated, click here.
Los Angeles County Supervisors Kathryn Barger and Lindsey Horvath in partnership with Republic Services Sunshine Canyon Landfill present this event for residents in the unincorporated communities of Sunland, Kagel Canyon, Lopez Canyon, West Chatsworth, West Hills, Oat Mountain/Twin Lakes and Lake Manor who can drop off up to one ton of trash such as furniture, appliances, and other bulky items, free of charge, at Sunshine Canyon Landfill on April 15, 2023. To view the flyer, click here; for Spanish translated, click here.
Join the Fight! Visit FightFoodWasteLA.com
to find out how you can protect the environment, fight climate change, and learn about the specific organic waste collection requirements for residents, businesses, and schools.
We would like to hear from you!
Thank you for participating and ensuring that HHW/E-Waste items are properly disposed. Let us know about your experience by completing this quick survey.
Six billion bottles and cans go unrecycled every year. Choose refillable containers whenever you can, and ALWAYS recycle bottles and cans. Recycling beverage containers is a triple play, it keeps neighborhoods clean, fights global warming and put cash in your pocket! Click here for more information and to find recycling centers near you.
Everyone has a role to play in keeping creeks, lakes, rivers and ocean beaches free of litter, pollutants and other debris. Click here and see if you’ve thought about all the kinds of refuse that damage our waterways and beaches. Use trash cans. Properly discard these waste products to protect our environment.
Learn how to make your next event as close to waste-free as possible with the Waste-Free Event Guide. No event is too big or too small to make a difference.
Let’s punt away illegal dumping once and for
all. Do your part to keep your community safe and clean. Click here to learn how you can
prevent and report illegal dumping.
As of June 1, 2022, full-service restaurants are to serve ready-to-eat food with utensils specifically designed to be cleaned after each use and reused. Food facilities are to continue providing customers with single-use articles (such as straws, forks and spoons) only upon customer request or consent. And online platforms are to continue offering a way for customers to select single use foodware accessories they wish to be packaged with their food order. The ordinance applies to food facilities and retail establishments that are located within the County unincorporated area and County facilities as well as to third-party, online food-ordering businesses.
Los Angeles County residents can pick up FREE products such as household cleaners, lawn and garden products, paint and more!
1200 W. City Ranch Road in Palmdale
Open the first and third Saturday of each month, from 9 am until 3 pm.
2755 California Ave, in the City of Signal Hill
Open the second and fourth Saturday of every month from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Click here to find out more.
Every Drop Counts
Did you know that used motor oil never wears out and can be recycled and reused? Motor oil improperly disposed onto the ground or into storm drains can contaminate and pollute the soil, groundwater, and the ocean. Take your used motor oil to one of 650 certified collection centers in California or an auto parts store in your area to be recycled for free. Click here for more information.
Los Angeles County Public Works offers an e-mail notification system to provide up-to-date information on topics or events of interest. This system allows you to customize your notifications, so today!
If you see an abandoned shopping cart, you may report it to Retail Solutions at (888) 992-4778 or online.