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).

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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