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LA Countywide Household Hazardous Roundup coming to Culver City

Image is a yellow 'toxic' caution sign with a skull and crossbones on it.Culver City Real Estate area residents, along with the rest of Los Angeles County, will have the chance to safely dispose of household hazardous waste and e-waste free of charge in June.  LA County is holding a Countywide Household Hazardous Roundup this month and Culver City will be participating on June 30.

According to Culver City’s city website, those who wish to participate in the Household Hazardous Roundup need to “collect those unwanted household hazardous waste and e-waste items and bring them to a free Roundup.  We’ll recycle what we can and properly dispose of the rest. It’s easy to participate.  Leave the products in their original container; place them in a cardboard box and drive to the Roundup site.  The entire process only takes a few minutes and you never have to leave your car.  No explosive or radioactive materials, tires or waste from business will be accepted.  Please do not mix liquid products together.”

Martin Feinberg, Realtor, notes that the Free Countywide Household Hazardous Waste and E-Waste Roundup is sponsored by the County of Los Angeles and offered by the Department of Public Works and the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County, in cooperation with the city of Culver City. 

Culver City’s free Roundup will take place at Bill Botts, Sundial Parking Lot, at 9910 Jefferson Blvd. on Saturday, June 30, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

For more information on household hazardous waste or upcoming Roundups, residents should call the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works at 1 (888) CLEAN LA, or the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County at (800) 238-0172.

Image is a cartoon man in orange carrying two blue garbage bags.Martin Feinberg, local listing agent, encourages Culver City residents to call the Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations Customer Service at (310) 253-6400 for more information.  Citizens can also See our Culver City Too Toxic to Trash video here.