Laguna Beach Paint and E Waste Drop Off Saturday June 3 2017

Laguna Beach E Waste April 9 2016
Laguna Beach E Waste April 9 2016

Laguna Beach Free Paint and E-Waste Drop-Off is Saturday June 3 2017.

Laguna Beach Paint and E-Waste Drop Off allows Laguna Beach residents and business operators to drop off their E-Waste, universal waste and paint.

This is a Free Laguna Beach Sustainability Recycling Solutions Event.

Please drop off your items form 8:00am to 2:00pm at the Laguna Beach City Maintenance Facilities located at 1900 Laguna Canyon Road.

Waste Management will collect and recycle the following items:

Paint: All oil and latex paints.
Containers up to 5 gallons only.
Wrap or contain materials properly before transporting them to the collection site.
(Paint thinners, caulk, fillers or similar items will not be accepted).

E-Waste:
Alarm clocks, camcorders, CD players, cell phones, computer monitors, CRT’s and flat screens, computers/CPUs/Laptops, copiers, digital cameras, digital thermometers, display boards on exercise equipment, DVD players, hand held electronics, home use medical monitors, IPods/MP3 players, microwave ovens, PDAs, programmable kitchen devices, pagers, printers/scanners/fax machines, radios of all types, stereos (no speakers), telephones/answering machines, televisions, and video game consoles.

Universal Waste:
Mercury thermometers, aerosols (cans), all lamps and light bulbs, and batteries (alkaline, lithium, Ni-Cad, Mercury, and small lead acid).
Rechargeable batteries which include lithium-ion are hazardous waste and will not be accepted at the drop-off event.

Document Shredding:
Unlimited on-site document destruction.
No 3-ring binders or hanging folders.
Parking will be available for the document shredding services.

A maximum of 15 gallons or 125 pounds may be transported per vehicle, per trip (Department of Transportation regulations).
Materials will only be accepted from vehicles.
Pedestrian traffic/drop-offs is not allowed.

For questions, please contact Waste Management at (949) 642-1191 or the Public Works Department at (949) 497-0344.

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