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City of Glendale SB 1383 Notice
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NASA Services is proud to be the new waste and recycling service provider for your property. Effective December 1, 2021, we will take over providing all collection of your solid waste and recycling containers. Our company has been operating in Southern California for over 60 years. We are a private, family-owned operation with strong ties to the community. It is our mission to provide efficient and customer-friendly services and to assist you fully through this process. To ensure a seamless transition experience with no disruption to your services, your property will be automatically enrolled to receive the same levels of service as being provided by your current service provider. Containers will be delivered between November 22 and December 1. No action is required on your part unless you plan to adjust current services. The rate for these services is provided in the attached letter from the City of Glendale that includes more details on this transition.
Here are some of the benefits of the new program:
Please review the letter from the City of Glendale and the NASA Service Guide. These documents contain information on the services available, rates, and acceptable materials that can be recycled.
If you have questions, would like to make adjustments to services, or would like to transition prior to December 1, contact our offices at 888-888-0388 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*ATTENTION APARTMENTS & MULTI-FAMILY COMPLEXES
Carts should be set out for collection by 6:00 AM on collection day. You may set your carts out the night before to ensure they are picked up, but no earlier than 5:00 PM. After collection, you should remove your carts from the curb and store them in a convenient place near your house. The carts should be removed from the curb by 8:00PM the day of collection.
Carts should be positioned on the edge of the street, against the curb with the handle facing your house.
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.
Customers are entitled to receive four FREE bulky item collections per year, each limited to four large items or 10 bundles of green waste. Additional collections are available for a fee. Please contact our offices at least 48 hours in advance to schedule a collection. The unlimited, no-cost bulky program has been discontinued. Please review the Bulky Item Collection Information below.
On-Call Bulky Collection
Customers MUST call to place a bulky item collection request. DO NOT PLACE ITEMS OUT FOR COLLECTION IF A REQUEST HAS NOT BEEN MADE.
Please review the following information prior to scheduling your Bulky Item collection.
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.
IMPORTANT: All customers ordering temporary bins and roll-off boxes should check with the City of Glendale regarding permit requirements. NASA is not responsible for costs associated with permits. If NASA is notified by the City to remove a container for non-compliance with City ordinances, we will not refund any portion of the fees paid.
Dimensions: 16’L x 8’W x 2’H
Best for: Inert material such as dirt, rock, sand, concrete, or stucco. (No grass or roots.)
Dimensions: 20’L x 8’W x 6’H
A 40 yard dumpster is the largest size dumpster provided by NASA Services. It best suits large scale jobs, such as cleaning construction and demolition debris, home remodels, and major cleanouts.
A 3 yard dumpster is the best choice for projects including construction, commercial, and residential jobs. A temporary bin is the ideal option for small home remodeling jobs and garage cleanups, not heavy construction debris, such as brick, concrete, and sand.
NASA is a firm believer in recycling as much as possible; therefore, we offer special collection and recycling of horse manure and bedding. Working with a local facility, all materials are composted rather than disposed of in a landfill. Research has shown that composting this material provides the following benefits:
Contact NASA Services for more information on bin sizes and prices for manure collection.
There are many items that may not be placed in your trash, recycle or green waste bins.
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.
For managing household hazardous waste, multi-family tenants can:
For more questions, please contact the Glendale Fire Department: Household Hazardous Waste Program at (818) 548-4810.
Proper Paint Disposal – Proper disposal and recycling of paint is the LAW in California. Paint may not be disposed of in the trash or down the drain. Unused paint may NOT be ‘dried-out’ in an open container due to strict air quality regulations. Drop-off sites are located throughout California for the collection and reuse/recycling of paint and primers, stains, sealers, and clear coatings in 5-gallons or less.
To locate a drop-off near you, visit: https://paintcaire.org.
Motor Oil – It is illegal to improperly dispose of used motor oil. It may only be disposed of at a certified collection point.
Certified Collection Centers
800 S Glendale Ave.
Glendale, CA 91205
Firestone Store #011428
401 S Brand
Glendale, CA 91204
Glendale Lube Center
605 E. Harvard St.
Glendale, CA 91205
Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday: 7 a.m. – 12 p.m.