Trash, recycling, and green waste will be collected as regularly scheduled except for the following holidays:
During the week in which a holiday falls, collections will be postponed by one day on the holiday and for the remainder of the week.
New Senate Bill 1383 (SB 1383) regulations went into effect on January 1, 2022. SB 1383 aims to reduce statewide organics waste disposal by 75% by 2025.
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All businesses and multi-family complexes are required to separate organic waste, such as food scraps, plant trimmings, and cardboard, from the garbage.
What Can Be Collected?
All items must be able to be moved by two-man crews or they will not be collected. Not acceptable items include all hazardous wastes or materials, such as oil, solvents or paints, no construction debris, such as concrete, asphalt, lumber or drywall and no equipment or vehicles, and no pick-up truck or automobile tires.
How Do I Schedule a Collection?
Before placing items at the curb, please consider donating all working, usable items to local thrift stores and charities that support our communities and help keep materials out of landfills.
Our temporary C&D services are ideal for a variety of short-term projects. Whether it’s clearing your garage for better space usage or a more complex project such as new home construction, we perform the task at hand with absolute professionalism and to your exact specifications. NASA will also ensure compliance with all local and state recycling mandates for C&D materials.
There are many items that may not be placed in your regular curbside trash, recycle or green waste carts. These include items such as construction debris, large bulky items, electronic wastes, hazardous wastes, motor oil and medical wastes. To help you dispose of these materials, please review the following information.
Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)– It is illegal to dispose of hazardous waste improperly. For proper disposal of HHW call 714-834-4000 or visit https://oclandfills.com/hazardous-waste. No hazardous waste may be placed in the curbside containers, including the following: NO: Antifreeze, batteries, auto fluid, cleaning products, flammables, herbicides, motor oil, paint, pool supplies, light bulbs, sharps, propane.
Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday: 7 a.m. – 12 p.m.