Welcome! You have just received the ﬁrst edition of the Riverside County Recycling Guide for Residents and Businesses. This Guide has been produced by the Riverside County Waste Manage- ment Department for use by the County’s residents and busi- nesses and to provide information to facilitate source reduc- tion, reuse, recycling and composting, instead of landﬁlling useful waste materials. We hope that you ﬁnd this informa- tion useful and will keep this Guide as a resource to refer back to. Riverside County Solid Waste Management Advisory Council The County and its cities are each required to divert 50% (Countywide Local Task Force) of the solid waste generated in their jurisdictions from be- ing landﬁlled as required by the California Integrated Waste Simon Housman-First Vice-Chairman Management Act of 1989, commonly referred to as AB 939. Bob Magee-Second Vice-Chairman By utilizing the resources found in this Guide, you are active- ly helping to divert waste from being landﬁlled which con- Terry Wold serves landﬁll space, conserves valuable resources (like trees John Skerbelis and petroleum), and postpones the siting of new landﬁlls in Eric Kroenke the future. In some cases, wastes become commodities when recycled and may yield some cash in the recycling process! Michael Kessler Ed Campos This Guide provides useful information and basic tips to make it easier to reuse and recycle a wide range of ma- Chuck Tobin terials, as well as ideas on how to prevent waste before it Lee Anderson starts. Using the services described here and remembering to apply the ﬁve R’s --reduce, repair, reuse, recycle and rot Bruce Scott (compost)-- we can all do our part to reach beyond the 50% Paul Ryan recycling goal. Robert Moran Over the next few years, as new recycling facilities become Barbara Spoonhour known or new technologies are introduced to recycle more waste types, this Guide will evolve. If you have any ques- Lyle Alberg tions, comments or suggestions about this Guide, please call Frankie Riddle the Riverside County Waste Management Department at (951) 486-3200. Ben Wilcox Katie Barrows Brian Nakamura Trent Pulliam Curtis Showalter Hans Kernkamp The Riverside County Waste Man- General Manager-Chief Engineer agement Department would like to recognize John Janke for his effort Riverside County Waste Management Department in compiling the resources offered in this guide. His enthusiasm for and dedication to recycling is con- tagious and will inspire County resi- dents to recycle too! Printed on 30% Post Consumer Recycled Content Paper using soy based inks Table of Contents Recycle for the future ............................................................................. 2 The Five R’s of Responsible Waste Management Reducing, Repairing, Reusing, Recycling, and Rotting ...................... 3 Backyard Composting Program ........................................................ 4 Household Hazardous Waste ...................................................... 4 Reducing Household Hazardous Waste ............................................. 5 Hazardous Waste from Automobiles ................................................. 5 Business Recycling ....................................................................... 6 Additional Resources ................................................................. 10 Websites • Solid Waste (Trash) Haulers • Landfill and Transfer Stations A to Z List of Recyclables Where to recycle, repair, reuse and rot Acids * ................................. 12 Fertilizer *............................. 19 Packaging Material ................ 27 Aerosol Cans......................... 12 Fire Extinguishers * ................ 19 Paint * .................................. 28 Adhesives * .......................... 12 Fluorescent Lamps and Ballasts *. 19 Paper ................................... 28 American Flags ...................... 12 Food Banks ........................... 20 Personal Care Products * ........ 28 Antifreeze * .......................... 12 Gasoline / Other Fuels * ........ 20 Pesticides * ........................... 28 Appliances / Scrap Metals ..... 13 Green Holiday Suggestions ..... 20 Plastic ................................... 29 Automobiles .......................... 14 Greenwaste / Woodwaste ...... 21 Propane Gas Tanks * ............. 29 Batteries - Auto * ................... 14 Grocery Bags ........................ 21 Shoes ................................... 30 Batteries - Household * ........... 15 Hearing Aids ......................... 21 Smoke Detectors .................... 30 Carpet .................................. 15 Household Goods .................. 21 Solvents * ............................. 30 Caustic Chemicals * ............... 16 Junk Mail Reduction................ 22 Swimming Pool Chemicals * ... 31 Cell Phones ........................... 16 Lawn and Garden Equipment .. 22 Tires ..................................... 31 Cleaners * ............................ 16 Mattresses ............................. 23 Toner and Inkjet Cartridges ..... 31 Computers, TVs, Electronics ..... 17 Metals .................................. 23 Computer Disks, CDs .............. 18 Nail Polish * ......................... 23 * Household Hazardous Waste - Construction/Demolition Debris ..18 Needles / Syringes * ............. 23 See page 4 Drain Openers * .................... 18 Nursery Pots and Buckets ........ 23 Eyeglass Recyclers ................. 19 Oil Filters and Oil * ............... 24 Bottles and Cans Are Not Trash ................................................ 32 Regional Recycler List .................................................. Center Pages Easy-to-use list of facilities and what they accept This publication is provided by Riverside County Waste Management Department as a public service and is not an endorsement of any companies, non-profit organizations, or their services. The Department is not responsible for any errors or omissions in this listing. If you would like your business listed in any subsequent updated publications, please send an e-mail to the department webmaster at email@example.com listing your recycling business name, ad- dress, contact person, and website or e-mail address for an interview. Thank you Funding for the Recycling Guide is provided through a grant from the California Department of Conservation. Recycle. It’s good for the bottle. It’s good for the can. Riverside County Waste Management Department • 14310 Frederick Street, Moreno Valley, CA 92553 1-800-366-SAVE or (951) 486-3200 • http://www.rivcowm.org 1 Recycle for the Future! Welcome to the first edition of the Riverside County continue to be our partners in achieving this goal. Hopefully, Recycling Guide for Residents and Businesses, 2005/2006. this Guide will help you reduce, reuse, repair and recycle This Guide is intended to help residents and businesses and subsequently divert from landﬁlling as many items as reduce the amount of waste sent to the county landﬁll system. you can. The system receives thousands of tons of trash per day and it is everyone’s responsibility to ensure we are not throwing Many resources in this Guide refer to internet websites. away anything that has the potential for recycling, reuse or We’ve done this to connect you with the most current repair. Landﬁlling means the “end-of-the-road” for anything information available and to help reduce paper waste that we put there- those items will never again have any instead of printing long lists of data. For those that do not usefulness. Therefore, we are responsible to make sure... have access to the internet, visit your local library for free access or contact our ofﬁce for assistance. We have also • the items landfilled have absolutely no possibility tried to list toll-free numbers when available. for reuse • to decrease our dependence on items that can’t You may be used to throwing things away and not thinking be recycled twice about it. But next time, think about the lifespan of the • to continue reuse of materials and keep them ‘in the item before you toss it. Recycling requires new ways of loop’ forever thinking; you must become willing to go the extra mile to conserve landﬁll space and our precious natural resources. Every product type listed in this Guide is a valuable resource In addition to doing your part to keep our earth green, you - not trash! are setting the example for others. This can be the most Recycling is valuable in two ways: it saves space in powerful tool in convincing others to recycle. Good Luck! landﬁlls, and it reduces the amount of energy and raw materials needed to replace what we throw away. The Riverside County Waste Management De- partment is very interested in knowing how this California Assembly Bill 939, also known as AB939, was Guide was able to help you. Please contact us enacted in 1989. It required all counties and cities in the with any questions or comments you might have state to divert at least ﬁfty percent of their solid waste by the at http://www.rivcowm.org or by calling 1- year 2000. Riverside County has achieved this goal and 800-366-SAVE. continues to maintain it. Residents and businesses need to In 1998, Riverside County residents produced 1,435,531 tons of garbage. That equals .97 tons of trash per person per year, or 5.34 pounds per person per day! 14310 Frederick Street, Moreno Valley, CA 92553 2 The Five R’s of Responsible Waste Management The “Five R’s” are reducing, repairing, reusing, recycling, and rotting. If you commit to these ﬁve actions, there is little that must be thrown away. Choosing to follow the Five R’s ensures that resources are saved and/or reused, and the volume of waste is reduced. By keeping these actions in mind when purchasing, using, and disposing of materials, you will have done more than your share to keep our county clean and beautiful. Reducing Reusing • Purchase items in reﬁllable containers and buy in bulk • Shop at and donate items to thrift stores or consider whenever possible. having a yard sale for unwanted household items • Buy products in concentrated form, such as cleaners, • Print on both sides of paper or re-use it as scratch paper. juices, and drink mixes. • When buying a new product, take into consideration its • Use a cloth bag when you go shopping for groceries. potential life span. Will it last a long time, and is it able Think of all the plastic bags you won’t need over a years’ to be repaired if broken? worth of shopping! • Reuse food containers and buy durable storage • Avoid disposable or single use products such as batteries, containers to store leftovers instead of using foil, plastic razors, cameras, eating utensils, plates, and cups. bags or wrap. • Rent items that you rarely use, such as power tools and • Purchase products in attractive bottles, jars, and boxes lawn equipment. Many hardware stores rent these items that you can use again. inexpensively. • Stop junk mail at the source! See page 20 for more infor- mation. Recycling • Look for merchandise with little or no packaging when making purchases. • Prepare your recyclables according to the directions given by your recycling provider. This will make it easier and less costly for them to continue providing these services. Repairing • Use this Guide to recycle as much as you can! • Consider reupholstering, reﬁnishing, or donating old furniture to be used again. • Have large appliances repaired instead of buying Rotting new ones. • Many items that we would normally throw out can be • Set up a compost pile to compost yard trimmings repaired, upgraded, or reused. This is usually cheaper • Attend a free workshop on composting. See page 4 for than buying a new one and saves the space of disposing more information. of the old one. These items include tires, shoes, ofﬁce • Set up a worm composter to recycle your fruit and furniture and equipment, lighting ﬁxtures, lawnmowers, vegetable scraps into a rich, valuable plant food. electronics, clothes, and automotive parts. More information about these topics can be found by calling the Riverside County Waste Management Department at 1-800-366-SAVE or by logging on to the website at http://www.rivcowm.org There are approximately one billion beneﬁcial microorganisms in one gram of compost. 3 Backyard Composting Program Composting is a great way to beautify your garden and to Management Department’s Backyard Composting Program. reclaim resources that would otherwise go to the landﬁll. These workshops are a great way to learn how to increase Organic materials are too valuable to simply throw them the productivity of your garden and reclaim reusable ma- away- they are the best thing for your home garden! Almost terials. The workshops include in-depth instructions and the all organic materials can be composted, including grass, opportunity to purchase composting bins at a substantially leaves, food scraps, even paper! These materials can be reduced price. Please see the Riverside County WMD web- biodegraded in as little as 4 weeks and turned into dark, nu- site at http://www.rivcowm.org or call 951-486-3200 for trient-rich soil that your plants will love. Using these recycled more details about the workshop times and locations. materials will reclaim the minerals and nutrients contained within them and decrease the need for synthetic chemical If you can’t compost at home, carefully separate your green fertilizers. It will also help to increase the vitality and yield waste from other solid wastes and recyclable materials for of your garden, in addition to reducing the amount of waste collection at the curb or for delivery to the green and wood sent to the landﬁll. waste recyclers. Paper, plastic, glass and trash in your green waste container make the ﬁnal green waste product Informational workshops on composting are held throughout less desirable. the county on a regular basis and are provided by the Waste Household Materials Accepted Hazardous at HHW Collection Events Waste (HHW) Adhesives Drain Openers Antifreeze Paints (Oil and Latex) The products we use in our homes may seem harmless Lighter Fluids/Gasoline enough and many of us would not consider them hazardous Batteries (auto, single use, rechargeable) until we try to dispose of them. Any product label that con- Solvents tains the words “danger,” “warning,” or “caution” signiﬁes Pesticides special precautions must be taken when using or disposing Household Cleaners of unwanted portions of these products. These items include Used Oil and Filters many common garden care, cleaning and automobile prod- Swimming Pool Chemicals ucts. They are illegal to dispose of in the trash because they Nail Polish can contaminate ground water and emit toxic gasses into the Fuels atmosphere at county landﬁlls. They can also be hazardous Propane Cylinders / Tanks to trash collection and landﬁll workers’ health. Because of Cosmetics these threats, they must be disposed of in the proper way Fertilizers by bringing them to collection events. The HHW program Fluorescent Bulbs provides an opportunity for residents of the county to dispose Ballasts of these materials at no charge. Fire Extinguishers Used Oil Containers / Filters Anything else that is toxic, corrosive, oxidizing, HHW Collection Event or ﬂammable! Dates and Times Items not accepted at the HHW programs include Visit the Riverside County Environmental Health Department radioactive waste, ammunition, asbestos, tires, 55-gallon website at http://www.rivcoeh.org or call 1-800-304-2226 drums and any hazardous waste from businesses, non-proﬁt for dates and times of free collection events throughout organizations, or waste from out of county areas. Riverside County. Additional information is available for homeowners and qualifying small businesses. 4 Reducing Household Hazardous Waste The best way to reduce the amount of hazardous chemicals stored in your home is to buy only the products that you will need for one job at a time and use them up completely. Avoid storing large amounts of toxic materials by using what you can and giving the rest away to friends, family and neighbors to use properly. Remember, by making informed consumer decisions when buying toxic products we can reduce the amount that needs to be disposed of. There are many alternatives to buying and using traditional chemical products. Most of these alternatives work just as well as the original, but are much less toxic! Here are a few ideas: Alternatives to Chemical Products • Use a cleanser with a biodegradable solvent, such as • Maintain a variety of plants in your garden to reduce the Simple Green or other water-based cleansers. chance of catastrophic infestation by a single pest species. Also, choose plant species that are disease resistant. • By growing fruits and vegetables at home organically, the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers can be mini- • Infested by a single pest? Research to see if introducing a mized. Use compost for fertilizer around trees and shrubs predator species could be a viable option. Ladybugs and instead of chemicals. Praying Mantis’ can be used to control insects instead of using pesticides. • Use a dilute solution (1:20) of detergent and water to rid your trees of ﬂies and pests instead of spraying it with a • Instead of using a bag catcher for your lawn mower, let pesticide. Alternatively, look for insecticidal soaps which the grass clippings stay on your lawn. The recycled nitro- are less toxic when shopping for pesticides. gen from the clippings will be beneﬁcial to the soil, and will help to reduce the amount of fertilizer needed for a • Try using mechanical traps to catch pests. Many times healthy lawn. they are reusable and won’t harm children or pets. Many more alternatives to traditional chemicals are listed at http://www.peerreview.com These methods have been scientiﬁcally tested and are usually less toxic and just as effective as other household chemicals. Hazardous Wastes from Automobiles Hazardous Wastes such as brake ﬂuid, transmission ﬂuid, antifreeze and unused fuels should be taken to the Household Hazard- ous Waste events held throughout the county. This is a free service to all county residents and all automotive ﬂuids are collected for proper disposal. Please visit the County Department of En- vironmental Health website for times, locations and further instructions. They can be reached at http://www.rivcoeh. Dumping hazardous wastes into storm drains org or by calling 951-358-5256 or 1-800-304-2226. harms animal and plant life in streams, rivers, lakes, and ultimately the ocean. 5 Business Recycling Many businesses in Riverside County do a great job of to serve you. Please see the alphabetical listing starting on recycling. They are helping to keep reusable resources out page 12 of this Guide for other recycling opportunities. of the landﬁll and are reducing their own disposal costs. There are also programs and services offered by the County All businesses can beneﬁt from recycling, and the Riverside to assist you in reducing your waste stream. County Waste Management Department wants to help you recycle as much as possible. By identifying your business’ Riverside County businesses that have made efforts to reduce waste stream (what you throw away), the following pages their solid waste are eligible to apply for the California Inte- will help you identify where it can go for reuse or recycling grated Waste Management Board’s Waste Reduction Award instead of being landﬁlled. One businesses waste can be a Program (WRAP). This is a great way for businesses to gain valuable resource for another! public recognition for their outstanding efforts to reduce waste. For more information about the program, please visit There are many recyclers in our county and surrounding http://www.ciwmb.ca.gov or call 916-341-6000. areas that specialize in assisting business’ to recycle their waste. Many of them are listed here and would be happy CalMAX Program To list Available or Wanted Materials The California Materials Exchange Program, called CalMAX, Americans use 50 million tons of paper each is an invaluable tool in helping businesses reuse materials year, consuming over 850 million trees. that have been traditionally discarded. The program seeks to bring together businesses with reusable materials available with those that need them. Materials typically traded through the program include: Paper Glass Wood Pallets Plastics Metals Textiles Organics Rubber Products Paints Containers Construction Materials If you or your business have materials available or seek wanted materials, please visit the CalMAX website at http://www.ciwmb. ca.gov/calmax/ or request a catalog by calling 1-877-520-9703. Both the site and catalog have listings for materials wanted and materials available. There is no charge to place a listing. This is an excellent way to keep reusable materials out the landﬁll! Riverside County has also started a CalMAX portal, called RivCoMax. It is based upon the same principles as the state program and offers listings in and near Riverside County. The listings include those from the surrounding counties of San Bernardino, San Diego, Orange and Los Angeles. Please visit the website at http://www.rivcowm.org or call 1-800-366-SAVE to view the listings. Small Business Hazardous Waste Disposal The Riverside County Department of Environmental Health offers the Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) Program to businesses that generate small amounts of certain types of hazardous waste. To see if your business qualiﬁes, please contact them at 951-358-5055. 6 Construction and Landscaping Waste Recycling For Contractors and Landscape Technicians, the two following listings are for you. There are Construction and Demolition (C&D) re- cyclers and Greenwaste / Woodwaste recyclers that will accept your waste building materials or woody/green waste and produce reusable products from them. The C&D recyclers accept a variety of materials and some might even be resalable. The Greenwaste / Woodwaste Recyclers can take woody products and turn them into valuable compost or mulch for landscaping. Greenwaste Recyclers gs Lea Clippin aste Sca ronds od W Gra es g lpin nch F ves ss Palm Wo Bra Name Address Phone Cherry Valley Nursery & Landscape 37955 Cherry Valley Blvd., Cherry Valley 92223 951-845-7045 X X X X Imperial Western 86600 Avenue 54, Coachella 92236 760-398-0815 X X Viramontes Express 17130 Hellman Ave., Corona 92880 909-597-7232 X X Coachella Valley Compost Facility 87-011 Landﬁll Rd., Indio 92236 760-863-4364 X X X X X X A. Lua Wood Recycling 18938 Mermack Ave., Lake Elsinore 92532 951-245-4497 X X X COLMAC Energy Inc. 62-300 Gene Welmas Dr., Mecca 92254 760-396-2554 X X Agriscape 37760 Borel Rd., Murrieta 92563-2527 951-696-0651 X X X X X X Artesia Sawdust, Inc. 13434 Ontario Ave., Ontario 91761-7956 909-923-0563 X X Recycle America of the Desert 41800 Corporate Way, Palm Desert 92260-1912 760-324-1741 X X X X X Perris Transfer Station 1706 Goetz Rd., Perris 92570 951-943-1991 X X X X One-Stop Landscaping 13024 San Timeteo Cyn Rd., Redlands 92373-7805 909-798-1278 X X X X X Robert A. Nelson Transfer Station/Burrtec 1830 Agua Mansa Rd., Riverside 92509 951-786-0655 X X X X B. P. John Hauling 28700 Matthews Rd., Romoland 92585 951-696-1144 X X X X X CST Organic Recycling 595 E. Orangeshow Rd., San Bernardino 92408 909-884-8198 X X X X X California Biomass 83-109 Avenue 62, Thermal 92370 760-399-4128 X X X X X Southern California Recyclers 29-250 Rio del Sol, Thousand Palms 92276 760-343-0499 X X X X X X This list is provided as a public service and is not an endorsement of these companies or their services. The department is not responsible for any errors or omissions in this listing. 7 Construction / Demolition Debris Recyclers rete les hing onc bar ng S lt/C cret crete /Re dbo phalt Pall Aspha aste Toile lt Rooﬁ ew Asp nces an C d on As ar od W ll Wa halt ken lia ha ed ets ts al k k App Con Asp Met Mix Bric Car Roc Wo Dr y Dirt Bro Cle Name Address Phone Dan Copp Crushing Corp. 861 W. 4th Street, Beaumont 92223 714-777-6400 X X X X Palm Springs Recycling 36630 Sunair Plaza, Cathedral City 92234-7620 760-321-4087 X X X X Coachella Scrap Iron 86-015 Avenue 52, Coachella 92236-2701 760-398-7772 X X Valley Scrap 48-100 Harrison, Coachella 92236-1214 760-398-5651 X X Imperial Western 86600 Avenue 54, Coachella 92236 760-398-0815 X X E.L. Yeager/Agua Mansa 588 E. Agua Mansa Rd., Colton 92324-3326 951-684-5360 X X X X X X X X X Viramontes Express 17130 Hellman Ave., Corona 92880 909-597-7232 X X Apollo Woodgrinding 14253 Whittram Ave., Fontana 92335-5290 909-356-2735 X Asphalt and Concrete Recycling 1871 Warren Rd., Hemet 92545 951-654-6869 X X X X X X X X X Granite Construction 38000 Monroe St., Indio 92203-9598 760-775-8270 X X X X X X Wyroc, Inc. 31000 Lake St., Lake Elsinore 92530 951-245-0490 X X X X Philadelphia Recycling Mine 12000 E. Philadelphia St., Mira Loma 91752-1186 951-685-8343 X X X X X X X X X X X X Chino Valley Sawdust Inc. 13434 Ontario Ave., Ontario 91761-7956 909-923-0563 X X X X X X X X Recycle America of the Desert 41800 Corporate Way, Palm Desert 92260-1912 760-324-1741 X Palm Springs Recycling 280 Oasis, Palm Springs 92262-1644 760-325-3377 X Geo. Engelauf Rental Equipment 5520 30th St., Riverside 92509 951-684-1332 X X X X X X X X Rios Recycling 1755 Brown Ave., Riverside 92501 951-686-1921 X X Asphalt and Concrete Recycling 25630 Trumble Rd., Romoland 92585 951-928-0717 X X X X X X X X X B. P. John Hauling 28700 Matthews Rd., Romoland 92585 951-696-1144 X X California Biomass 83-109 Avenue 62, Thermal 92370 760-399-4128 X X X X E.L. Yeager 27950 Sierra Del Sol, Thousand Palms 92276 760-343-3214 X X Z-Best Grinding 27-105 Sierra del Sol, Thousand Palms 92276-2607 760-343-0095 X X X X X X X This list is provided as a public service and is not an endorsement of these companies or their services. The department is not responsible for any errors or omissions in this listing. Americans comprise about 5% of the world’s population and annually produce between 15% and 38% of the world’s garbage. 8 Fluorescent Bulb Tire Recyclers and for Ballast Recyclers Businesses Lighting Resources, Inc. If you are a generator of medium to large quantities of used 805 E. Francis St. or waste tires, there are many tire recyclers that are will- Ontario, CA 91761 ing to accept your tires for a variety of uses. They can be 1-800-572-9253 cleanly burned for energy production or added to asphalt Accepts all intact ﬂuorescent bulbs, must be roadbed to improve traction and ﬂexibility. They can also packaged in cardboard. Call for any questions. be used to resurface athletic tracks and weight room ﬂoors. The possibilities are endless! The California Integrated Waste Management Board maintains a database of AERC Recycling Solutions participating tire recyclers. They can be reached at 1000 South Cucamonga http://www.ciwmb.ca.gov or by calling 916-341-6000. Ontario, CA 91761 714-400-3350 The recyclers listed below will accept tires from businesses Accepts bulbs, ballasts, and many other materials for recycling. There may be a fee involved and perhaps a for recycling. Please call for details. limit on the number of tires, please call for details. Deam Waste Tire Recycling 11234 Anaheim St. Riverside, CA 92509 Computer, Monitor, 951-688-6034 and BAS Recycling Electronics Recycling 1400 North ‘H’ Street San Bernardino, CA 92405 909-383-7050 Please go to the California Integrated Waste Management CB Tyres Recycling Resources website for a complete listing of electronics recyclers in our 21801 Barton Road county and surrounding areas. They can be reached at Grand Terrace, CA 92313 http://www.ciwmb.ca.gov or by calling 916-341-6618. 626-963-5084 Greenman Technologies of California 1501 W. Gladstone Street Carpet Azusa, CA Recycling 626-633-1174 McClanahan’s Waste Tire Recycling 2807 Guasti Lane The Invironmentalists Ontario, CA 91761 1355 S. Acacia Ave 909-390-5111 Fullerton, CA 92031 714-518-1088 This company provides new carpet installation for commercial buildings. They will recycle the old carpet free of charge, which is made into a variety of new products, including new carpet. 9 Additional Resources County Agencies State Agencies and and Organizations Organizations Riverside County Waste Management Department California Integrated Waste Management Board http://www.rivcowm.org http://www.ciwmb.ca.gov 1-800-366-SAVE 916-341-6000 Here you can ﬁnd information about landﬁlls, recycling, This site can provide you with information on state and the composting program. legislation regarding waste issues and recycling. Riverside County Department of Environmental Health California Department of Conservation http://www.rivcoeh.org http://www.conservation.ca.gov 951-358-5316 916-322-1080 This department can help you with hazardous waste This department advocates conservation and recycling and disposal and pollution issues. can advise consumers on green-friendly buying practices. Riverside County Flood Control District http://www.bottlesandcans.com http://www.ﬂoodcontrol.co.riverside.ca.us This site provides information on plastic and 951-955-1200 glass recycling. This department can help you with erosion control and prevention of storm water pollution. Earth 911 http://www.earth911.org Keep Riverside Clean and Beautiful 1-800-CLEANUP http://www.krcb.com This site has a wealth of information for ﬁnding recyclers 951-683-7100 of all items throughout the state. This group organizes cleanups and tree plantings for the City of Riverside. United States Environmental Protection Agency http://www.epa.gov 202-727-0167 This department can provide information on a very wide range of environmental issues. Glass will never wear out - it can be r e c y c l e d f o r e v e r. 10 Solid Waste Landﬁll and (Trash) Transfer Station Hauler List Hours and Locations These are the waste haulers for the various communities Landﬁlls Transfer Stations throughout Riverside County. They vary in services and col- lection methods, so be sure to contact them individually for Badlands Landﬁll Anza any questions that you may have. 31125 Ironwood Ave. 40329 Terwilliger Ave. Moreno Valley, CA Anza, CA Remember, many of them have bulky item pickup services, Mon. - Sat. 6:00 am 1-800-874-7774 where large items will be picked up with your regular trash to 4:30 pm and taken to the landﬁll if you cannot ﬁnd a place to re- Coachella cycle them. Contact your speciﬁc hauler for details. Please Blythe Landﬁll 87-011 A Landﬁll Rd. do not illegally dump your items! 1000 Midland Rd. Coachella, CA Blythe, CA 760-863-4094 Waste Management Inland Empire Mon. - Sat. 8:00 am 1-800-423-9986 to 4:30 pm Idyllwild 951-280-5400 28100 Saunders Meadow Rd. http://www.wminlandempire.com El Sobrante Landﬁll Idyllwild, CA 10910 Dawson Canyon Rd. 1-800-874-7774 Burrtec Industries Corona, CA 951-822-2397 Mon. - Sat. 6:00 am Moreno Valley http://www.burrtec.com to 6:00 pm 17700 Indian St. Moreno Valley, CA CR & R Disposal Lamb Canyon Landﬁll 1-800-874-7774 951-943-1991 16411 Lamb Canyon Rd. Beaumont, CA Perris Newco / IRS Mon. - Sat. 8:00 am 1706 Goetz Rd. 951-688-4350 to 4:30 pm Perris, CA 951-943-1991 Desert Valley / Palm Springs Disposal 760-329-5030 Pinyon Flats Pinyon Flats Rd. Waste Management of the Desert Pinyon Flats, CA 760-340-2113 1-800-874-7774 http://www.wmdesert.com Robert A. Nelson Transfer Station Product packaging makes up one-third of Palo Verde Disposal 1830 Agua Mansa Rd. household trash in America. 760-922-9107 Riverside, CA 951-786-0544 Athens Services 951-342-0070 Edom Hill Transfer Station 70-100A Edom Hill Rd. Cathedral City, CA 760-674-1042 Aluminum cans will take 80-100 years to de- Mon. - Sat. 7:30 am compose if not recycled. to 5:00 pm Sun. 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm 11 A to Z List of Recyclers Acids American Flag Proper Disposal It is dangerous and illegal to dispose of this item in the trash. American Flags are a proud symbol of our country and Please refer to the Household Hazardous Waste Program deserve proper respect when they can no longer be information listed on page 4. displayed. For the proper method of disposal, please go to: http://www.vfw.org and click on the “programs” link. Aerosol From there, click on “Citizenship education” and follow the instructions. Cans Many Veterans of Foreign Wars posts also conduct Aerosol cans present special challenges in recycling. They ceremonies for ﬂag retirement. To ﬁnd a post near you, call are under pressure and typically contain toxic or hazard- 916-449-8850. ous materials. For this reason, all aerosol cans, except those containing food products, should be brought to the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Programs. Aerosol cans contain items such as whipped cream or cheese can be recycled in your curbside recycling program. Antifreeze It is dangerous and illegal to dispose of this item in the trash. Please refer to the Household Hazardous Waste Program information listed on page 4. Adhesives It is dangerous and illegal to dispose of this item in the trash. Please refer to the Household Hazardous Waste Program information listed on page 4. 12 Appliances Scrap Metals Appliances can be recycled at Riverside County landﬁlls for a small fee. Landﬁll site addresses can be found on page 11. The following recyclers also accept appliances for recycling or reuse. Please call ahead for details. Six Pack Recycling Center Appliance Discounters American Metal Recycling Augustine Metals 1430 E. 6th Street 570 E. La Cadena Drive 2202 S. Milliken Ave. 2021 W. Placentia Corona, CA 91719 Riverside, CA 92507 Ontario, CA 91761 Colton, CA 92324 951-734-2910 951-782-9920 909-988-8000 951-682-8102 Accepts scrap Accepts repairable Accepts scrap appliances, Accepts scrap and appliances for a fee. appliances. must have freon removed. repairable appliances. A&C Recycling Appliance Discounters Appliance Discounters Banning Recycling 9401 Etiwanda Ave. 2850 University Ave. 24481 Alessandro Blvd. 284 South 8th Street Mira Loma, CA 91752 Riverside, CA 92507 Moreno Valley, CA 92553 Banning, CA 92220 909-988-8000 951-342-3159 951-242-8847 951-922-9236 Accepts scrap appliances, Accepts repairable Accepts repairable Accepts scrap appliances, must have freon removed. appliances. appliances. must have freon removed. Jared’s Refrigerant Recovery Appliance Recycling Factory Perris Valley Recycling Hubert’s Appliance 1673 Tava Ln. 3851 Pyrite 707 E. 4th Street 68-713 Perez Rd. B-14 Riverside, CA 92504 Riverside, CA 92509 Perris, CA 92570 Cathedral City, CA 92234 951-780-7610 951-681-5300 951-657-9811 760-328-0260 Accepts repairable Accepts repairable Accepts scrap appliances. Accepts repairable appliances. appliances. appliances. Ramsey Recycling 1243 E. Ramsey Ave. Coachella Scrap Iron Banning, CA 92220 86-015 Ave 52 951-849-5997 Coachella, CA 92236 Accepts scrap and 760-398-7772 repairable appliances. Accepts scrap appliances, must have freon removed. Appliance Recycling Factory 34-900 Date Palm Drive Southern California Recycling Cathedral City, CA 92234 29-250 Rio Del Sol 760-321-0330 Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Accepts repairable 760-343-0499 appliances. Accepts scrap appliances. All Brands Appliance Outlet Riverside Scrap 45-250 Smurr St. Iron and Metals Indio, CA 92201 2993 6th Street 760-347-5954 Riverside, CA 92507 Accepts repairable 951-686-2120 appliances. Accepts scrap appliances. 13 Automobiles Batteries Auto Got an older car that you want to sell or get rid of? These Automobile batteries contain very large amounts of strong outlets will help you to do just that! Even a very old car has acid and must be separated from solid waste. At the landﬁll, many reusable metals in it. The rest can be recycled to make compaction of daily trash could crush the casings of the new cars and other metal products. batteries, which would result in the release of very toxic and acidic liquids. This could damage the liner of the landﬁll and This is a non-profit organization that can assist you in result in serious groundwater pollution. Please take your used donating your car to a charity. They list hundreds of charities battery to one of these sites for proper recycling. All parts of to donate to. the battery can be recycled, including the plastic, lead, and http://www.donateacar.com chemicals. The Household Hazardous Waste Events 1-800-513-6560 also accept all types of batteries! If your old automobile is past the point of donating, contact: Palm Springs Recycling Wal-Mart 36630 Sunair Plaza 2171 W. Florida Ave. Inland Auto Dismantlers Association Cathedral City, 92234 Hemet, CA 92545 PO Box 2487 760-321-4087 951-766-1164 Fontana, CA 92334-2487 Accepts auto Batteries Accepts auto batteries 951-823-4232 for recycling. for recycling. If you would like to sell your vehicle whole or in parts, try Desert Batteries MK Battery advertising in the newspaper or: 79469 Country Club Dr., Unit B 4811 Van Buren Blvd. Bermuda Dunes, CA 92201 Riverside, CA 92503 The Pomona Swap Meet and Car Show is an excellent way 760-345-3762 951-359-0204 to sell cars and car parts. Accepts auto and other ve- Accepts auto batteries Please call or visit the website for more information. hicle batteries for recycling. for recycling. http://www.Pomonaswapmeet.com 714-538-7091 Ramsey Recycling Battery Systems 1243 E. Ramsey Ave. 1860 Chicago Ave., Suite H-23 The Autotrader magazine reaches thousands every week Banning, CA 92220 Riverside, CA 92507 and is a great way to advertise your car. Call or visit their 951-849-5997 951-778-0295 website for more information. Accepts Auto Batteries Accepts auto batteries http://www.autotrader.com for recycling. for recycling. 1-866-678-2852 Palm Springs Recycling These sites also offer listings for used cars: 280 Oasis Drive Palm Springs, CA 92262 http://www.recycler.com 760-625-3377 http://www.greenandwhitesheet.com. Accepts Auto Batteries for recycling. Kragen Auto Parts All locations throughout Riverside County accept used auto batteries. P l e a s e g o t o h t t p : / / w w w. k r a g e n . c o m o r c a l l 1-877-808-0698 for more information Pep Boys Auto Parts Most locations throughout Riverside County accept used auto batteries for recycling. Please go to http://www.pepboys.com for the location nearest you. AutoZone Most locations throughout Riverside County accept used auto batteries for recycling. P l e a s e g o t o h t t p : / / w w w. a u t o z o n e . c o m o r c a l l 1-800-288-6966 for more information. 14 Batteries Carpet Household and Rechargeable Rechargeable and one-use batteries both contain toxic and Habitat for Humanity Restore corrosive components that must be disposed of properly. 2121 Atlanta Ave. Then they can be recycled and are made into new batteries. Riverside, CA 92507 The Household Hazardous Waste Events also 951-784-9474 accept all types of batteries! Accepts carpet in reusable condition in pieces 12’ x 12’ or larger. Battery Systems Radio Shack 1860 Chicago Ave., Ste. H-23 2200 W. Florida Ave. D&D Recycling Riverside, CA 92504 Hemet, CA 92543 523 Magnolia Ave. 951-778-0295 951-652-2092 Ontario, CA 91762 Accepts all types of Accepts all rechargeable 909-460-1978 batteries for recycling. batteries for recycling. This facility accepts Nylon-6 carpet and padding for recycling. Call for details and questions. Radio Shack Radio Shack 26485 Ynez Rd. 125 S. Farrel Dr., Ste. 125 D&D Recycling Temecula, CA 92591 Palm Springs, CA 92262 255 W. Benedict Road 951-296-6633 760-327-1171 San Bernardino, CA 92468 Accepts all rechargeable Accepts all rechargeable 909-889-3717 batteries for recycling. batteries for recycling. This facility accepts Nylon-6 carpet and padding for recycling. Call for details and questions. Radio Shack Radio Shack 25040 Hancock Ave. 321 E. Alessandro Blvd. Murrieta, CA 92562 Riverside, CA 92508 951-698-6805 951-789-9018 Accepts all rechargeable Accepts all rechargeable batteries for recycling. batteries for recycling. Radio Shack Radio Shack 1688 N. Perris Blvd. 22500 Town Circle Perris, CA 92571 Moreno Valley, CA 92553 951-657-2036 951-653-4475 Accepts rechargeable Accepts all rechargeable batteries for recycling. batteries for recycling. Staples Home Depot 12625 Frederick St. 34249 Monterey Ave. Moreno Valley, CA 92553 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 951-653-1877 760-324-0100 Accepts rechargeable Accepts all rechargeable batteries for recycling. batteries for recycling. Radio Shack 1458 E. Florida Ave. Hemet, CA 92543 951-925-7352 Accepts cordless phone batteries for recycle. BATTERY BATTERY Radio Shack BATTERY 1335 W. Hobson Way Blythe, CA 92225 ERY BATT 760-921-6408 Accepts all rechargeable batteries for recycling. 15 Carpet Cell Pad Phones Bob’s Carpets T & T Carpet Pad Recycling Old cell phones must be recycled or reused due to the 36-720 Plaza Drive 2900 Adams Ave Ste. B-20 potentially hazardous waste contained in the electronics. Cathedral City Riverside 92504 They almost always can be reused by someone less 760-324-6010 951-352-3451 fortunate. Do the right thing and make sure it gets disposed Accepts foam Foam padding of correctly when you no longer need it. padding, must be dry. must be dry. http://www.phones4charity.org Palm Springs Recycling Palm Springs Recycling This organization will accept your old cell phone and donate 36-630 Sunair Plaza 280 Oasis Drive the proceeds to the charity you wish. Simply send it in and Cathedral City, CA 92234 Palm Springs, CA 92262 request a tax receipt. 760-321-4087 760-325-3377 Accepts carpet Accepts carpet Keep California Beautiful padding for recycling. padding for recycling. 3914 Murphy Canyon Road, Suite A218 San Diego, CA 92123 1-800-CLEANCA This organization will accept cell phones by mail or drop off and use the proceeds from the sale to fund environmental efforts statewide. The phones are provided to Domestic Vio- lence and Senior Citizen centers or are refurbished and sent to developing countries at a substantially reduced price. A signed tax receipt will be issued upon request. If you are a local business and are interested in buying or selling a large quantity of cell phones or other electronics equipment, please visit: http://www.recellular.net/home/ home.asp They are a worldwide broker of reusable electronic equipment. The Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation maintains a list of stores and organizations that accept cell phones for recycling. The list can be viewed at http://www. call2recycle.com or by calling 679-419-9990. Caustic Chemicals It is dangerous and illegal to dispose of this item in the trash. Please refer to the Household Hazardous Waste Program information listed on page 4. Cleaners These items cannot be put in the trash because they may combust if combined with other materials in a landﬁll. Please refer to the Household Hazardous Waste Program informa- tion listed on page 4. 16 Computer, Television, Computer and and Electronics Recycling Monitor Recycling Electronic equipment may contain lead that can poison Golden West Surplus drinking water supplies if disposed of in the landﬁll. They 346 American Circle also contain expensive electronics that can be reused. Com- Corona, CA 92880 puter monitors also contain lead and cannot be disposed of 951-340-1501 in the landﬁll. All landﬁlls throughout the county are currently Accepts computers and digital monitors for recycle. Charge accepting both of these item types for proper disposal. A for monochrome monitors. small fee may apply. Metech International Many computer manufacturers throughout the country have http://www.recycleapc.com buy-back or recycling programs that will properly dispose 1-888-638-2761 of your old computer. Terms and conditions for each Will recycle computers and monitors for $30 fee, shipping manufacturer vary; see the following websites for additional included. information. Students in Free Enterprise at La Sierra University http://www.gateway.com or call 1-888-888-2075 Andreas Andreou http://www.sifelink.com http://www.dell.com/recycling or call 1-800-915-3355 951-785-2255 This organization will accept computers and monitors for http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/globalcitizenship/ recycling at no charge. They are refurbished and sent to environment/recycle/index.html Ethiopia for use by school children. or call 1-800-752-0900 Industrial Recycling Services, Inc. http://www-1.ibm.com/ﬁnancing/gars/services/index.html 26812 Cherry Hills Blvd. #237 or call 1-800-IBM-4YOU Sun City, CA 92586 951-301-5252 http://www.ciwmb.ca.gov/Electronics/Act2003/ This is a broker company for selling computers, monitors, recovery/approved/ electronics and other equipment. A minimum quantity may apply, however. Please call for details. Please contact your local city government office to see if a collection event has been scheduled for the future. Many of these events are free to city residents and are held frequently through- out the county. Computer and Monitor Reuse Regional Occupational Program Vocation School 47-336 Oasis St. Indio, CA 92201 760-863-3300 Computers must be Pentium I-III. Computer monitors must be in usable condition. Please call for details. 17 Computer Disk, Videocassette, and Construction and Compact Disk Recycling Demolition Debris Recycling Ecodisk Greendisk Construction and Demolition (C&D) materials occupy a very http://www.ecodisk.com http://www.greendisk.com large percentage of our landﬁll space in Riverside County. 888-797-7638 1-800-305-3475 Most construction waste consists of wood, drywall, metals, A national program that A national program that concrete, and cardboard- items that can all be reused or will accept old videocas- accepts audio and video recycled with the proper management. Other items such as settes and computer dis- cassettes, ink cartridges, carpet, sinks and toilets, and appliances can all be reused. kettes for certiﬁed destruc- and jewel cases for certi- To ﬁnd out where to recycle or reuse these items, please see tion and recycling for a ﬁed recycling. page 8 for listings, visit the county website at http://www. small fee. rivcowm.org or call 1-800-366-SAVE for more information. Got a problem with birds attacking your fruit Here are a few tips to stop waste before it starts: trees? Compact Disks can be used to scare them away! Tie the disks to the branches of the tree • Avoid leftovers- measure twice and cut once. and the light reﬂected from the shiny side of the • Choose materials that are durable and do not disks will help to keep your fruit trees safe. have to be replaced frequently. • Use energy efﬁcient lighting ﬁxtures, insula- Ever go hiking or backpacking? Keep a cd in your tion, and appliances. pack to be used as a signal mirror, just in case • Instead of traditional demolition, consider sal- you get lost! vaging and careful deconstruction so that the materials can be reused. • Ask your contractor to recycle your old materi- als; it might even save you money! Perhaps the best way to reuse materials is to buy recycled! There are many items available that come from recycled con- tent, such as plastic lumber, ﬂoor tile from tires, and many plastic items. Purchasing items with recycled content instead of products made from new materials helps to increase re- cycling efforts and reuses valuable materials that might oth- erwise be landﬁlled. For a listing of recyclers that accept construction debris, please see page 8 of this Guide in the Business Recycling section. Drain Opener Attempt to give unused portion to someone who can use it. It is dangerous and illegal to dispose of drain opener in the trash. Please refer to the Household Hazardous Waste Program information listed on page 4. 18 Eyeglass Fire Recyclers Extinguisher Eyeglasses that are no longer usable for you can be used to Fire Extinguishers may contain chemicals or residual pressure give sight to others. They can be refurbished and transported and need to be disposed of properly. However, they may be to the needy in developing countries to improve their eyesight. able to be reﬁlled and reused. If not, take it to these facilities Glasses can be dropped off at any listed site. To ﬁnd the near- where the chemical can be safely recovered and the metal est location of either of these organizations, please visit: body can be recycled. The Household Hazardous Waste Pro- gram also accepts ﬁre extinguishers for proper recycling. Lens Crafters Lion’s Club Ability Fire Temecula Valley Fire http://www.lenscrafters.com http://www.lionsclubs.org 1516 South Grand Ave. Temecula, CA 92590 630-571-5466, ext. 334 Santa Ana, CA 92705 951-699-4438 714-542-1820 Accepts extinguishers for To ﬁnd out more about the charity responsible for this pro- http://www.abilityﬁre.com recycling or recharge. gram, please visit: Accepts extinguishers for Fee for recharge. http://www.givethegiftofsight.org recycling or recharge. Angie Hartman Fee for recharge. C + S Safety 513-765-6959 Blythe, CA 92225 A-1 Fire Equipment 760-922-7023 Calimesa, CA 92320 Accepts extinguishers for 909-795-7002 recycling or recharge. Recharges extinguishers for Fee for recharge. a fee. Fireline Indio, CA 92201 760-347-5452 Accepts extinguishers for recycling or recharge. Fee for recharge. Fertilizers Fluorescent It is dangerous and illegal to dispose of this item in the trash. Lamp and Ballast Recycling Fertilizers are capable of spontaneous combustion if mixed with other material in a landﬁll. Please refer to the Household Fluorescent light bulbs contain mercury gas under pressure. Hazardous Waste Program information listed on page 4. They must be disposed of in the proper procedure. Ballasts may contain Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB’s) which are very toxic. Residents can use the Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Program to safely dispose of their ﬂuorescent lights and ballasts. For businesses, please see the Business Recycling section found on page 9. 19 Food Banks Green in Riverside County Holiday Suggestions Food banks are large warehouses that store and distribute Christmas and other holidays are typically huge waste-gener- food to local organizations. The food is then given to the ating times for everyone. However, with a little forethought people who need it. The community groups include senior they don’t have to be. Buying gifts and packaging with our centers, day care centers, homeless shelters and youth earth in mind can be very easy and will alert others to your programs. The food banks listed below are an excellent commitment to preserving our natural resources. Here are resource in ﬁnding community food programs in your area. a few simple ideas to reduce your waste load and limit the Donations of both perishable and non-perishable food items amount of trash that goes to the landﬁll: are accepted in most cases. Call for details. • Be sure to recycle your gift wrap and all FIND, Inc. Hidden Harvest cardboard packaging from gift giving. 68615 Perez Road 4A P.O. Box 266 Cathedral City, CA 92235 Coachella, CA 92236 • Christmas cards can be reused in a variety of 760-328-3663 760-398-8183 ways, instead of being thrown away. The front can be used as a postcard to send to friends Second Harvest Food Bank throughout the year. Or they can be used to 2950-B Jefferson St. decorate your house next year! Riverside, CA 92504 951-359-4757 • Be sure to compost food scraps from holiday meals, especially the traditionally unwanted fruit cake. Did you know a 1 year old fruitcake can still be composted? • Try to limit the amount of packaging gifts are wrapped in. Ask yourself “Does this gift re- ally need a box?” Consider using gift bags or a beautiful fabric ribbon instead. They can be reused for years! • Reuse all the packaging materials that you can. • Buy gifts from recycled materials for your fam- ily. You will help to close the recycling loop and demonstrate to your loved ones your commit- ment to saving our precious natural resources. • Be sure to recycle your Christmas Tree! It can be ground up into valuable mulch used for ground cover. Call Riverside County Waste Manage- ment for current drop-off locations. They can be reached at 1-800-366-SAVE or http://www. Fuels rivcowm.org For more information on a green holiday It is dangerous and illegal to dispose of this item in the trash. season, visit the California Department Fuel can spontaneously combust if mixed with other of Conservation Website at http://www. material in a landfill. Please refer to the Household Haz- conservation.ca.gov or call ardous Waste Program information 916-323-1886. listed on page 4. 20 Greenwaste Household Goods Woodwaste Recyclers and Reusable Items Please see page 7 of this Guide for a list of these recyclers. These organizations accept household goods such as books, clothes, furniture, toys, cookware, and sporting goods for resale to the public. All of them are also non-proﬁt organiza- tions that support a particular charity. Look in your phone Grocery book for other stores in your area. Keep in mind the items Bag Recyclers accepted by these stores must be in resalable condition. Most organizations do not have the ability or staff to make repairs Plastics make up a very large percentage of the volume of to broken items. Please do not burden them with disposal waste entering the landﬁlls in this county. This is unfortunate costs from junk items. because plastics are very recyclable and can be reused to make so many different products. Many retail grocers will Paperback Junction Salvation Army accept used plastic shopping 5184 Arlington Ave. 12125 Day Street bags for recycling. They are Riverside 92504 Moreno Valley, CA 92557 reused to make new shopping 951-688-1836 951-684-9552 bags. Your neighborhood recy- Will buy or accept as Clean books, clothes, cler most likely accepts this type donation decent quality furniture and toys. of plastic also. paperback and hard cover books. St Thomas Thrift 39825 Alta Murrieta Dr. B22 Oasis Thrift Murrieta, CA 92563 1025 E. 6th Street 951-600-0043 Kraft paper is the brown packaging paper used Beaumont, CA 92223 Re-usable books, clothes, for lunch bags and grocery bags. In 1998, Ameri- 951-845-6148 furniture, and toys. cans used enough kraft paper to take a brown Books, clothes, furniture, bag lunch to school or work every day for 64 mil- toys, that can be re-sold. Salvation Army lion years. 3695 1st Street Fight Cancer Now Riverside, CA 92501 1544 6th Street 951-784-3571 Coachella, CA 92236 Books, clothes, furniture 760-398-3705 and toys. Hearing Aid Reusable books, clothes, Donation furniture and toys. Salvation Army 25725 Jefferson Ave. Do you have an old hearing aid that might be of use to Hands of the Desert Thrift Store Temecula, CA 92590 someone else? If so, then donate to one of the following 66181 Pierson Blvd 951-693-9615 charities that will provide them to a person that needs it. Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240 Clean books, clothes, furni- 760-329-5326 ture and toys. Worldwide Hearing Reusable books, clothes, PO Box 400937 furniture, toys and small Valley Blind Center Thrift North Cambridge, MA 02140 appliances. 284 N. Ramona Blvd. http://www.worldwidehearing.org San Jacinto, CA 92583 This charity donates refurbished hearing aids to Mexico, Salvation Army 951-487-8070 South and Central America for reuse by those that do not 1400 W. Florida Ave Re-usable books, clothes, have the ﬁnancial means to obtain them on their own. Hemet, CA 92543 toys, and appliances in 951-652-7375 working order. The Hearing Foundation’s HEAR NOW Division Re-usable books, clothes, 6700 Washington Ave South furniture, and toys. Deseret Industries Eden Prairie, MN 55344-3476 1197 Calimesa Blvd. 1-800-648-4327 Lords Closet Calimesa, CA 92320 http://www.sotheworldmayhear.com 31395 Riverside Drive 909-795-0670 Collected hearing aids are refurbished and distributed to Lake Elsinore, CA 92530 Books, clothes, toys, house those in need in the United States that do not have the 951-674-3069 wares in usable condition. ﬁnancial means to acquire a hearing aid. Re-usable books, clothes, furniture and toys. Many of the local Lion’s Club chapters in Riverside County pa r t i c i p a t e i n h e a r i n g a i d c o l l e c t i o n . P l e ase call 630-571-5466, ext. 334 to ﬁnd the chapter nearest you. 21 Junk Mail Reduction Do you open your mailbox each day to ﬁnd it stuffed full of • Val-Pak Coupons: 1-800-676-6878 unsolicited mail, catalogs, credit card offers and adver- tisements for a variety of products and services? According • PennySaver Ads: 714-996-8900 to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, forty percent of all municipal solid waste consists of paper and Remember, less junk mail means saving more trees, and paperboard products. That percentage could be reduced by much better use of landﬁll space. eliminating junk mail at its source. Paper used for junk mail is often virgin paper that has no post consumer content. Junk mail often has a low recycle value and may contain toxic inks. Although it can be recycled to some extent, stopping junk mail from the source will have the greatest overall ef- fect on saving landﬁll space. The average American receives close to a ton of junk mail per year. Each ton of recycled paper saves 17 trees and 3 cubic yards of landﬁll space. Stopping this waste of paper could have a tremendous im- pact on global environmental quality. Ways to Reduce Junk Mail • Contact the sender of the mail and request they stop. • Contact your existing creditors and request that they not distribute your name to other organi- zations. • Cancel catalogs by mail or by calling the toll-free ordering number and request you be removed from their mailing list. Recycling half of the paper used throughout the • Return postage paid envelopes with a note world today would free 20 million acres of forest enclosed requesting that your name and land from paper production. address be removed from their mailing list. • When donating to a charity, request that they not share your name with other organizations. Lawn and These businesses can be contacted directly: Garden Equipment • Credit Card Offers: 1-888-5-OPT-OUT. One call Used lawn and garden equipment is accepted at the Bad- should take care of the four credit reporting lands and Lamb Canyon landﬁlls. The items collected at agencies, including Equifax, Transunion, these facilities are recycled for their metal content. There are Esperian and Innovis. also many other ways to get rid of your lawn mower or leaf blower without taking it to the landﬁll. Many thrift stores will • America Online Disks: 1-800-392-5180 accept these items for donation if they are in usable condi- tion. Also try pawn shops or repair shops that rebuild and • Publishers Clearinghouse Sweepstakes: refurbish these items. 1-800-645-9242 • American Family Sweepstakes: 1-800-237-2400 • ADVO Mailbox Values (comes with pictures of missing children and packet of newspaper coupons): 1-860-285-6100 22 Mattresses Nail Polish MBC Mattress Co. Inc. West Valley MRF Attempt to give unused portion to someone who can use it. 19270 Envoy St. 13373 Napa St. Nail polish can spontaneously combust if it mixes with other Corona, CA 91719 Fontana, CA 92335 material in a landﬁll. Please refer to the 951-371-8044 909-899-5501 Household Hazardous Waste Program Accepts twin and full size Fee for mattress disposal. information listed on page 4. mattresses for recycle. Call for details. Many of the municipal refuse haulers will accept mattresses as part of their bulky item pickup program. Call your speciﬁc hauler for more details. Metals Needles Syringes Metals, including aluminum and tin cans, are very recyclable Needles can injure disposal workers and sometimes carry and often times have resale value. Metals other than diseases. To be safe, they should not be disposed of in the beverage containers include steel, stainless steel, brass, trash. Please refer to the Household Hazardous Waste copper, and cast aluminum. Here are a few examples of Program information listed on page 4. common products from these metals: Aluminum: lawn chairs, baseball bats, tire rims, beer kegs Cast Aluminum: Barbecue Grills Stainless Steel: cookware, kitchen knives, scissors. Steel: I-beams, chain, cables, bicycle frames, clothes hangers Copper: electrical wiring, pipes, electrical motors Brass: Door knobs, gas and water valves Nursery These materials and many others can be recycled at the Pots and Buckets following locations. Please call ahead to verify materials accepted. Additional metal recyclers can be found in the La Hacienda Nursery Murrieta Oaks Nursery recycling facilities section on pages 8 and 12. 80-900 Miles Ave. 27124 Catt Road Indio, CA 92201 Murrieta, CA 92563 760-342-3427 951-679-0664 Redlands Recycling American Metal Recycling Accepts nursery pots in 1, Accepts nursery pots in all 612 Lawton St. 2202 S. Milliken Ave. 5 and 15 gallon sizes sizes for reuse. Redlands, CA 92316 Ontario, CA 91761 for reuse. 909-793-9969 909-988-8000 Garden Center Florida Nursery Nursery and Florist Augustine Metals Valley Scrap 42021 Highway 74 12695 Palm Drive 2021 W. Placentia 48-100 Harrison Hemet, CA 92544 Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240 Colton, CA 92324 Coachella, CA 92236 951-925-2175 760-329-5111 951-682-8102 760-398-5651 Accepts nursery pots Accepts nursery pots in and buckets of all sizes 1, 5 and 15 gallon Allstate Paper and Metal Riverside Scrap Iron and Metal for reuse. sizes for reuse. 8889 Etiwanda Ave. 86-015 Avenue 52 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739 Coachella, CA 92236 Moorten Botanical Mendoza Palm Tree 909-899-3613 760-398-7772 Gardens Showplace and Nursery 1701 S. Palm Canyon Dr. 86105 Vista Del Sur Palm Springs Recycling Riverside Scrap Iron and Metals Palm Springs, CA 92264 Coachella, CA 92236 119 S. Inez St. 2993 6th Street 760-327-6555 760-398-5767 Cathedral City, CA 92234 Riverside, CA 92507 Accepts clean nursery pots Accept nursery pots in 760-321-4087 951-686-2120 and buckets in all sizes 5 and 15 gallon sizes for reuse. for reuse. 23 Oil Filters and Oil There are many auto parts retailers and service stations around the county that will accept your used motor oil. Certified oil collection facilities may even pay for it by the gallon. Please call your nearest location for speciﬁc details. Facts About Oil Recycling • One quart of improperly disposed oil can pollute over 250,000 gallons of drinking water. • American Petroleum Institute re-reﬁned oil has been proven to be equal to or better than oil made from virgin base stock. • It takes only one gallon of used oil to make 2.5 quarts of re-reﬁned oil but it takes 42 gallons of crude oil to make 2.5 quarts of virgin oil! • Don’t forget to buy re-reﬁned oil! It encourages oil recycling programs to grow and cuts our consumption of non-renewable resources. (source: California Integrated Waste Management Board and American Petroleum Institute) The following are locations throughout the County that accept used motor oil. Locations marked with an asterisk (*) also accept used oil ﬁlters for recycling. Used Oil Recycling Centers Name Address City Zip Code Phone Certiﬁed Auto Zone #2816 3453-A W. Ramsey St Banning 92220 951-849-4626 yes Ted’s Lube Oil Plus * 4097 W Ramsey St Banning 92220 951-849-0765 yes Kragen Auto Parts #751 * 635 Highland Springs Rd Beaumont 92223 951-845-3186 yes Auto Zone #5549 812 E Hobson Way Blythe 92225 760-922-0544 yes Checker Auto Parts #1123 * 1315 W Hobson Way Blythe 92225 760-922-2330 yes Texaco Xpress Lube 128 N Palm Blythe 92225 760-922-5000 yes Canyon Lake Xpress Lube + Car Wash * 31638 Railroad Cyn Rd Canyon Lake 92587 951-244-3286 yes Auto Zone #5550 34051 Date Palm Dr Cathedral City 92234 760-324-9579 yes Crystal Chrysler Ctr 36444 Auto Park Dr Cathedral City 92234 760-324-4557 yes Firestone Store #2234 * 68240 Ramon Rd Cathedral City 92234 760-324-1774 yes Pep Boys #844 - 31-505 Date Palm Dr Cathedral City 92234 760-324-7677 yes The Lube Shop * 68-815 Ramon Rd Cathedral City 92234 760-328-0480 yes Kragen Auto Parts #1480 69140 Ramon Rd Cathedral City 92235 760-202-1868 yes Auto Zone #5552 49617 Harrison Coachella 92236 760-398-8902 yes Kragen Auto Parts #1286 51339 Harrison (Hwy 86) Coachella 92236 760-398-2114 yes Grease Monkey 1270 E Grand Ave Corona 91719 951-278-0591 yes Kragen Auto Parts #1078 1220 Magnolia Ave #102 Corona 91719 951-273-9892 yes Scher Tire Inc #25 dba Goodyear Tire 2189 Sampson Ave Ste 111 Corona 91719 951-736-8473 yes A Plus Auto Repair 1359 W 6th St, Ste C Corona 91720 951-272-1141 yes Auto Zone #5554 701 W 6th St Corona 91720 951-371-4730 yes Big O Tires #620 1002 W 6th St Corona 91720 951-735-2430 yes Firestone Store #2258 522 N Main St Corona 91720 951-735-4101 yes Jiffy Lube #1907 906 W 6th St Corona 91720 951-549-9060 yes Pep Boys #778 581 N Main St Corona 91720 951-279-9230 yes Ramona Tire Inc 304 W 6th St Corona 91720 951-734-1222 yes Kragen Auto Parts #4185 1142 W 6th St Corona 92882 951-735-0936 yes Auto Zone #2877 12660 Palm Dr Desert Hot Springs 92240 760-329-1072 yes Kragen Auto Parts #1601 13310 Palm Dr Desert Hot Springs 92240 760-251-3119 yes Star Auto Parts 9410 Mission Blvd Glen Avon 92509 951-685-2929 yes Auto Zone #2820 1550 W Florida Ave Hemet 92543 951-929-0807 yes Firestone Store #2233 350 W Florida Ave Hemet 92543 951-929-2424 yes Grease Monkey 532 W Florida Ave Hemet 92543 951-766-1996 yes continued 24 Used Oil Recycling Centers Name Address City Zip Code Phone Certiﬁed Kragen Auto Parts #1332 849 W Florida Ave Hemet 92543 951-929-2210 yes Auto Zone #5556 3100 E Florida Ave Hemet 92544 951-652-1308 yes Kragen Auto Parts #1045 3330 E Florida Ave Hemet 92544 951-766-2825 yes Plaza Chevron Automotive 2099 E Florida Ave Hemet 92544 951-658-2607 yes City of Hemet Public Works * 3777 Industrial Ave Hemet 92545 951-765-3777 Hemet Auto Mall Lube N Wash 450 Carriage Cir Hemet 92545 951-658-3185 yes Inland Chevrolet Geo Oldsmobile *A69 2505 W Florida Ave Hemet 92545 951-658-4401 yes Masterlube #101 3615 W Florida Ave Hemet 92545 951-766-7055 yes Pep Boys #866 2050 W Florida Ave Hemet 92545 951-766-1477 yes Ramona Tire Inc 2350 Menlo Ave Hemet 92545 951-925-6650 yes Idyllwild Garage 25015 Hwy #243 Idyllwild 92549 951-659-2613 yes Firestone Store #2231 82323 Hwy #111 Indio 92201 760-347-0787 yes Kragen Auto Parts #799 81930 Hwy #111 Indio 92201 760-347-4787 yes Kwik Kar of Indio 81-088 Hwy #111 Indio 92201 760-775-5945 yes Pep Boys #675 - Region 3 81-246 Hwy #111 Indio 92201 760-347-4597 yes Auto Zone #5560 78792 Hwy #111 La Quinta 92253 760-771-1858 yes The Lube Shop 78-988 Hwy #111 La Quinta 92253 760-564-3630 yes Auto Zone #5558 30870 Riverside Lake Elsinore 92530 951-674-7806 yes Auto Zone #5559 32231 Mission Trail Rd Lake Elsinore 92530 951-245-1012 yes Autoaid 31760 Mission Trail Rd Lake Elsinore 92530 951-245-1948 Econo Lube N’ Tune 31700 Casino Dr Lake Elsinore 92530 951-674-8693 yes Firestone Store #2238 31748 Mission Trl Rd Lake Elsinore 92530 951-674-0633 yes Lake Elsinore Unocal 515 Main St Lake Elsinore 92530 951-674-3963 yes Marlar’s Auto Service 300 W Graham Ave Lake Elsinore 92530 951-674-2330 yes Jiffy Lube #2237 12300 Heacock Ave Moreno Valley 92557 951-485-1588 Walmart Tire & Lube Express * 31700 Grape St Lake Elsinore 92530 951-245-5149 Kragen Auto Parts #1429 31660 Grape St Lake Elsinore 92532 951-245-5049 yes Auto Zone #5561 30121 Antelope Rd Bldg L Menifee 92584 951-301-7240 yes One Stop Lube & Oil 26825 Newport Rd Menifee 92584 951-672-8511 yes Auto Zone #5562 11020 Limonite Ave Mira Loma 91752 951-738-8260 yes Auto Zone #5563 24570 Alessandro Blvd Moreno Valley 92553 951-242-8439 yes Auto Zone #5564 12601 Perris Blvd Moreno Valley 92553 951-242-4353 yes Auto Zone #5565 23031 Sunnymead Blvd Moreno Valley 92553 951-924-5460 yes Ayres Auto Service * 24759 Sunnymead Blvd Unit A Moreno Valley 92553 951-485-3525 yes The Pit Stop 24035 Sunnymead Blvd Moreno Valley 92553 951-924-6363 yes Firestone Store #2259 24673 Alessandro Blvd Moreno Valley 92553 951-242-6631 yes Kragen Auto Parts #1304 24021-C Alessandro Blvd Moreno Valley 92553 951-242-0641 yes Pep Boys #724 23470 Sunnymead Blvd Moreno Valley 92553 951-247-4564 yes Grease Monkey 23165 Hemlock Moreno Valley 92557 951-247-1873 yes Kragen Auto Parts #1704 12240 Perris Blvd Moreno Valley 92557 951-247-5509 yes Ramona Tire & Automotive 12275 Heacock St Moreno Valley 92557 951-924-9797 yes Scher Tire #14 23135 Hemlock Ave Moreno Valley 92557 951-243-6424 yes Auto Zone #5566 40950 California Oaks Rd Murrieta 92562 951-677-6206 yes Big O Tires Murrieta 40420 California Oaks Rd Murrieta 92562 951-600-0160 yes Grease Monkey 40430 California Oaks Rd Murrieta 92562 951-351-0604 yes Kragen Auto Parts #1430 40951 California Oaks Rd Murrieta 92562 951-696-2991 yes Kragen Auto Parts #1616 *A69 1050 Hamner Ave Norco 91760 951-898-1283 yes Phillips Pontiac Mazda 2000 Hamner Ave Norco 91760 951-734-1555 yes Auto Zone #5567 73800 Hwy #111 Palm Desert 92260 760-340-6331 yes W.M.O.D./Recycle America 41575 Eclectic St Palm Desert 92260 760-340-6445 yes Auto Zone #5568 1717 Vista Chino Palm Springs 92262 760-320-0617 yes Kragen Auto Parts #769 8702 Limonite Pedley 92509 951-685-0823 yes Auto Zone #5570 394 E 4th St Perris 92570 951-657-0696 yes City of Perris Public Works 1015 S “G” St Perris 92570 951-657-3280 Walmart Tire & Lube Express 2560 N Perris Blvd Perris 92570 951-943-2030 continued 25 Used Oil Recycling Centers Name Address City Zip Code Phone Certiﬁed Auto Zone #5571 1675 N Perris Blvd Perris 92571 951-943-5998 yes Econo Lube N Tune #97 2309 N Perris Blvd Perris 92571 951-657-8664 yes Kragen Auto Parts #1046 119 W Nuevo Rd Perris 92571 951-657-1488 yes Ramona Tire Inc 71491 Hwy #111 Rancho Mirage 92270 760-773-3935 yes Burke’s Auto Repair 3615 Oakley Ave Riverside 92501 951-682-2214 Firestone Store #2256 4199 Market St Riverside 92501 951-686-4465 yes Kragen Auto Parts #1573 1691 University Ave Riverside 92501 951-222-2900 yes Auto Zone #5573 4195 Van Buren Blvd Riverside 92503 951-359-7760 yes Auto Zone #5575 10249 Arlington Ave Riverside 92503 951-688-0297 yes Auto Zone #5578 3400 E La Sierra Ave Riverside 92503 951-354-0781 yes Firestone Store #2257 * 10091 Magnolia Ave Riverside 92503 951-687-3950 yes Grease Monkey 7437 Arlington Ave Riverside 92503 951-351-0604 yes Ramona Tire Inc 3255 Van Buren Blvd Riverside 92503 951-785-8590 yes Scher Tire Inc #22 dba Goodyear Tire 3863 Tyler St Riverside 92503 951-359-3500 yes The Carriage Motor House 12321 Sampson Ave Riverside 92503 951-520-0483 yes AutoZone #5547 1947 University Ave Riverside 92504 951-780-0723 yes Kragen Auto Parts #1015 6160 Arlington Ave Riverside 92504 951-689-0944 yes Moss Motors 8151 Auto Dr Riverside 92504 951-688-6200 yes Scher Tire #13 5110 Arlington Ave Riverside 92504 951-785-1000 yes Jiffy Lube #2237 3693 La Sierra Ave Riverside 92505 951-359-8999 yes Kragen Auto Parts #732 10403 Magnolia Ave Riverside 92505 951-359-3041 yes Pep Boys #690 * 10831 Magnolia Ave Riverside 92505 951-354-0100 yes Auto Zone #5576 6047 Magnolia Ave Ste A Riverside 92506 951-784-9201 yes Grease Monkey 3417 Arlington Ave Riverside 92506 951-788-7725 yes Pick A Part 3760 Pyrite Street Riverside 92509 951-685-6744 yes Kragen Auto Parts #1322 3790 Jurupa Ave Riverside 92506 951-682-6082 yes Auto Zone #5547 1947 University Ave Riverside 92507 951-788-4013 yes Walmart Tire & Lube Express * 2663 Canyon Springs Riverside 92507 951-653-3289 Grease Monkey 18681 Van Buren Blvd Riverside 92508 951-351-0604 yes Jiffy Lube 2634 E. Alessandro Blvd Riverside 92508 951-653-6655 Auto Zone #5580 5623 Mission Blvd Riverside 92509 951-275-0301 yes INABA Auto Parts 5680 Mission Blvd Riverside 92509 951-686-7070 yes Scher Tire Inc #24dba Goodyear Tire 6072 Camino Real Riverside 92509 951-685-1000 yes Ramona Tire Inc 27526 Hwy #74 Romoland 92585 951-928-1925 yes Auto Zone #5581 1470 San Jacinto Ave San Jacinto 92583 951-654-2216 yes Quality Auto Parts 570 S State St San Jacinto 92583 951-654-8046 Ramona Tire Inc 2447 S San Jacinto Ave. San Jacinto 92583 951-925-5117 yes Auto Zone #5936 40345 Winchester Rd Temecula 92589 951-308-2324 yes Econo Lube N Tune #181 27685 Jefferson Ave Temecula 92590 951-694-4073 yes Ramona Tire Inc 28860 Front St B-6 Temecula 92590 951-676-8473 yes Rancho Car Wash and Quick Lube 27378 Jefferson Ave Temecula 92590 951-699-3722 yes Big O Tires #5628 * 40525 Winchester Rd Temecula 92591 951-676-1430 yes Jiffy Lube #1878 30690 Rancho California Rd Temecula 92591 951-694-5460 yes Kragen Auto Parts #483 41125 Winchester Rd Temecula 92591 951-699-1679 yes Pep Boys #800 - Region 3 * 40605 Winchester Rd Temecula 92591 951-695-2322 yes Precision Tune Auto Care 26673 Ynez Rd Suite A Temecula 92591 951-699-6969 yes Auto Zone #5582 31837 HWY #79, S #A-1 Temecula 92592 951-695-2663 yes My Garage 21952 Walnut St Wildomar 92595 951-674-8412 yes * = This location also accepts used oil ﬁlters for recycling. This list is provided as a public service and is not an endorsement of these companies or their services. The department is not responsible for any errors or omissions in this listing. 26 Oil Filters and Oil Reuse the container that you use to transport your motor oil for as long as you can and, when it must be disposed of, drain it completely, then dispose of it in the trash. The following airports also accept motor oil and ﬁlters from the personal aircraft tenants only at the airﬁeld: Hemet - Ryan Field Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport French Valley Airport 4200 Waldon Weaver Road 56-850 Higgins Drive 37552 Winchester Road Hemet, CA 92545 Thermal, CA 92274 Murrieta, CA 92563 951-925-7618 1-800-235-9876 951-696-2023 Polystyrene (commonly known as styrofoam) will NEVER decompose. It can be reused or recycled, however. Packaging Material Recyclers UPS #1745 Mail Boxes Etc. UPS UPS 140 E. Stetson Ave 44489 Town Center Drive 23811 Washington Ave. 541 N. Main St. Hemet, CA 92543 Palm Desert, CA 92260 Murrieta, CA 92562 Corona, CA 92882 951-765-5658 760-340-0311 951-600-8313 951-734-7708 Accepts polystyrene and Accepts clean cardboard, Accepts peanuts and Accepts clean peanuts and peanuts for reuse. bubble wrap, polystyrene, polystyrene for reuse. bubble wrap for reuse. and peanuts for reuse. UPS #1138 UPS UPS 12190 Perris Blvd Ste. F UPS 27475 Ynez Road 31855 Date Palm Drive Moreno Valley, CA 92557 160 W. Foothill Pkwy Temecula, CA 92591 Cathedral City, CA 92234 951-247-7800 South 951-699-6901 760-324-8184 Accepts cardboard, Corona, CA 92882 Accepts clean peanuts Accepts clean peanuts, and 951-280-9000 for reuse. peanuts for reuse. polystyrene for reuse. Accepts peanuts and polystyrene for reuse. UPS UPS UPS #670 31805 Highway 79 South 25060 Hancock Ave. 12625 Frederick St. Ste. 15 Mail Boxes Etc. Temecula, CA 92592 Murrieta, CA 92562 Moreno Valley, CA 92553 100 S. Sunrise Way 951-302-3900 951-698-4460 951-653-3451 Palm Springs, CA 92264 Accepts clean cardboard, Accepts clean peanuts, Accepts clean peanuts 760-778-1050 peanuts, bubble wrap and bubble wrap, and for reuse. Accepts clean cardboard, polystyrene for reuse. polystyrene for reuse. bubble wrap, polystyrene Mail Boxes Etc. #3697 and peanuts for reuse. UPS 41-800 Washington St. 231 E. Alessandro Blvd B-105 FP International Riverside, CA 92508 Bermuda Dunes, CA 6195 E. Randolph St. 951-789-8228 92201 Commerce, CA 90040- Accepts clean peanuts, 760-345-8242 3515 bubble wrap and Accepts clean cardboard, 323-722-5112 polystyrene for reuse. bubble wrap, polystyrene http://www.fpintl.com and peanuts for reuse. This packaging company The Plastic Loose Fill Council has a hotline that can be used will accept polystyrene for to locate recyclers of polystyrene loose ﬁll, commonly known recycling. Simply mail it to as “Packing Peanuts.” They can be contacted at them and the polystyrene 1-800-828-2214. and packaging material will be recycled. 27 Paint Personal Care Products It is dangerous and illegal to dispose of this item in the trash. Some of these products, such as those for acrylic nails and It can contaminate water and pollute the air. Please refer to polish remover, are toxic and ﬂammable, and cannot be put the Household Hazardous Waste Program information listed in the trash. Please refer to the Household Hazardous Waste on page 4. Program information listed on page 4. Paper Pesticides Recycling Paper is a very large component of our waste stream and is It is dangerous and illegal to dispose of this item in the trash. very easy to recycle. By reducing paper consumption, more Pesticides can be released to the environment in concentrated trees will be left in the forest to provide oxygen, shade, and form during waste compaction potentially injuring refuse col- wildlife habitat. lection and landﬁll workers and could contribute to ground water pollution. Please refer to the Household Hazardous There are some very easy steps to reducing paper consump- Waste Program information listed on page 4. tion. They include: • Print and copy on the front and back of paper. • Use scratch paper for notes and reminders instead of a new piece. • Cancel the junk mail that is sent to your home each day. For more information, please see page 20 of this Guide. • Recycle newspaper and cardboard via your curbside recycling program. One ton of recycled paper saves 17 trees. • Use washable plates and cups instead of paper ones. 28 Plastic Types Sometimes plastic is the best or only choice for a product. Contact your nearest Recycling Facility listed on pages 30 When there is an alternative, however, considering buying through 33 of this Guide to ﬁnd out where to recycle plas- items that aren’t packaged or contain less packaging. Cer- tics. tain types are easily recycled but some have very little or no ability to be recycled. To determine which type of plastic a For more information on types of plastics and how they can container is, simply look for the number shown in the recy- be reused and recycled, please visit the American Plastics cling symbol on the bottom of the product. Particularly avoid Council website at http://www.plasticsresource.com or call plastic types 3, 5, and 7. They are extremely difﬁcult or are 1-800-2-HELP-90 for more information. impossible to recycle. The following are the different types of plastic. By knowing more about them, it will be easier to recycle and also know which types to avoid. Plastic #1- Polyethylene Terephalate (PET or PETE) Common uses include 2-liter soda bottles, water bottles, cooking oil bottles and peanut butter jars. This type is Americans throw away enough disposable easily recycled via most curbside recycling programs. plates, cups, and utensils to give the world a picnic six times a year. Plastic #2- High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Detergent bottles, milk and water jugs, grocery bags, yogurt cups. Most curbside recycling programs accept #2 plastic containers. Grocery bags can be recycled at most large chain grocery stores, see page 19 for more information. Propane Plastic #3- Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Gas Tank Recyclers Plastic pipes, outdoor furniture, shrink wrap, liquid de- tergent bottles. These plastics are rarely recycled, so try The Household Hazardous Waste Events also ac- to reuse them or use alternatives whenever possible. cept all types of propane tanks for free! See page 4 for Household Hazardous Waste information. Plastic #4- Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) Common uses include dry cleaning bags, produce bags, AC Propane Amerigas trash bags, food storage containers. Most curbside recy- 296 South California Ave. 41830 Enterprise Circle South cling programs accept this type of plastic. Beaumont, CA 92223 Temecula, CA 92590 951-769-0227 951-296-3118 Plastic #5- Polypropylene (PP) $5 fee $5 fee Common uses are ketchup bottles, aerosol caps, drink- ing straws. Recycling centers rarely take this type for Ferrellgas Amerigas recycling. Look for alternatives, like glass, whenever 173 Beaumont Ave 43612 Jackson Street Ste. 1 possible. Beaumont, CA 92223 Indio, CA 92201 951-845-1643 760-347-1868 Plastic #6- Polystyrene (PS) $5 fee, will only accept at $5 fee Packaging “peanuts”, styrofoam blocks, meat trays, to Beaumont location go clamshell containers, and Plastic tableware. Many shipping stores accept the packaging materials for re- All locations require tanks be empty use. See page 25 for more information. Meat trays and before they can be accepted, and to-go boxes are rarely accepted for recycling because they must be no larger than the 5 gal- they have been in contact with food. Use paper prod- lon barbecue tank size. The HHW ucts instead whenever possible. Program will also accept these and single-use camping stove tanks, full Plastic #7- Other or empty, at no charge. 3 and 5 gallon water storage containers, ketchup bot- tles. This category includes everything else that is not in categories 1-6. Recyclers rarely accept these types of materials. Try to reuse or ﬁnd alternatives whenever possible. 29 Shoe Donations The shoe manufacturer Nike has started a program whereby Athletic shoes can also be donated to less fortunate children people can donate their old tennis shoes to be ground up and adults in Africa through the Shoes for Africa program. and remade into surfaces for playgrounds, basketball courts, The shoes can be mailed to: soccer ﬁelds, and weight room ﬂoors. This is a great way to help Nike provide athletic ﬁelds for parks, schools, and Daily Cameras recreational areas. Nike can be contacted at: Sports Department, c/o Shoe Project 1048 Pearl Street Nike’s Reuse a Shoe Program Boulder, CO 80302 26755 SW 95th Ave 303-473-1314 Wilsonville, OR 97070 Please see http://www.nike.com or call 1-800-344-6453. Many charitable orga- nizations and thrift stores accept shoes. Smoke Detectors Manufacturer / Distributor Phone Number Address to send to / procedures Honeywell 800-328-5111 Call for instructions Family Safety Products 205-663-3855 Thermtechnology 2879 Remico, Grandville, MI 49418 First Alert 800-392-1395 Customer Service Dept., 3920 Enterprise Court, Aurora, IL 60504 Gentex Corp. 616-772-1800 Return Dept., 600 N. Centennial St., Zeeland, MI 49464 Interactive Technologies 651-777-2690 Call for instructions Maple Chase 630-719-5500 SVS Dept., 2820 Thatcher Road, Downers Grove, IL 60515 Masterguard 972-446-9966 1726 West Crosby, Suite 114, Carrollton, TX 75006-6679 Nighthawk Systems 800-880-6788 1394 South 3rd Street, Mebane, NC 27302 Radioshack 817-415-3205 Bring to Radioshack with receipt Sears Local No. Will take back any that they sell without receipt Sentrol 503-692-4052 Call Service Dept. for instructions System Sensor 630-377-6580 3825 Ohio Avenue St., Charles, IL 60174 Triad Safety Systems 308-236-7062 Responses, 4595 Airport Road, Carney, NE 68847 Walter Kidde 919-563-5911 1394 S. 3rd Street, Mebane, NC 27302 Solvents It is dangerous and illegal to dispose of solvents, such as paint thinner, in the trash. It can spontaneously combust if mixed with other material in a landﬁll. Please refer to the Household Hazardous Waste Program information listed on page 4. 30 Swimming Toner Pool Chemicals and Inkjet Recycling It is dangerous and illegal to dispose of this item in the trash. The manufacturers and retailers of these products listed be- They can spontaneously combust if mixed with other material low will accept their used products for recycling, often free of in a landﬁll. Please refer to the Household Hazardous Waste charge. Please see the website for speciﬁc instructions. Visit Program information listed on page 4. your local store or call the number listed to learn more. Xerox 1-800-835-6100 http://www.ofﬁceprinting.xerox.com Accepts their own products only, can also send fax machines and printers for recycling. Ricoh http://www.ricoh.ca/en/about/tonerrecyl.aspx Will accept their own products for recycling, free shipping Canon Tire 1-800-OK-CANON Recycling http://www.usa.canon.com It is estimated that 33.5 million used tires are generated in California each year. They can be reused and recycled in a Staples variety of ways, but it is our responsibility to ensure they get http://www.staples.com to the right outlets and are not dumped illegally. 1-800-3-STAPLE Accepts all toner and inkjet cartridges for recycling. All loca- If you are not a generator of large amounts of tires, the best tions throughout the county participate in this program. way to dispose of them is to take them to your local tire retail store. Most will accept them for recycling for a small fee. Ofﬁce Max Tires can also be brought to the Badlands, Lamb Canyon http://www.ofﬁcemax.com and Blythe landﬁlls for a small fee. 1-800-283-7674 Will accept all toner and inkjet cartridges for recycling at all Another way to dispose of tires is through local tire collection participating Riverside County locations events held throughout the county. Cities are eligible to apply for state grants that fund collection programs for residents. Ofﬁce Depot Call your city government ofﬁce for dates and locations. http://www.ofﬁcedepot.com 1-888-463-3768 Remember, source reduction is even better than recycling. These stores will accept up to one cartridge per day for re- Making your tires last longer will reduce the number of tires cycling and participants are given a free ream of recycled that need to be recycled. By properly caring for your tires paper. they will last much longer. Proper inﬂation and having them mounted, balanced and rotated on a regular basis will great- National Toner ly extend the life of your tires. It is also more economical and http://www.nationaltoner.com better for the environment to purchase long-life tires that can 1-800-676-0749 last for 70,000 miles or more. For more information on tires This is a national program that accepts inkjet and toner and tire care, please visit the Rubber Manufacturers Associa- cartridges for recycling. They will send you a check if your tion at http://www.betiresmart.com or call 202-682-4854. recycled item has worth and they also sell reﬁlled toner car- tridges at reduced prices. If you are a business that generates large amounts of Hewlett-Packard tires, see Business Recycling http://www.hp.com on page 9. 1-800-752-0900 This manufacturer accepts inkjet and toner cartridges as well as computer hardware for recycling. Please visit their web- site or call for more information. 31 Bottles and Cans Are Not Trash! Californians are paying more for recycling this year, than last year, and still we are recycling less. The California Redemption Value (CRV) that you pay as a deposit when you purchase a beverage in a bottle or can was doubled this year with the passage of As- sembly Bill 28. Currently, the California Department of Conservation shows a statewide beverage container recycling rate of only 58% for the year 2002, meaning that of the 18 Billion bottles and cans sold in California, 10 Billion were recycled. The left over 8 billion are in our oceans, waterways, forests, deserts and landﬁlls, and may never be collected for recycling. Become a Better Recycler When you go and enjoy the great outdoors of California, and you take beverages with you, remember to save your bottles and cans for recycling. Take bottles and cans to a local recycler to get your deposit back. Collect bottles and cans for donation to a local community school or organization with a recycling program. Place recyclables in your curbside recycling container. If you don’t want to collect the money that you paid for the deposit, at least place the bottle and can into your curbside recycling container at home. The contents in your curbside container are taken to a Material Recovery Facility (MRF) where the materials are recovered for recycling. Recyclable materials placed in the trash are not recycled at the landﬁll. No one will be picking through the more than 7,400 tons of waste entombed in Riverside County landﬁlls each day. Waste that is placed in your curbside solid waste trash will go straight to the landﬁll for burial. Remember...Recycle. It’s good for the bottle. It’s good for the can... It’s good for Riverside County. Do your part and help reduce needless waste going to the landﬁll. 1-800-RECYCLE or www.bottlesandcans.com Recycling glass reduces air pollution by 20% Energy saved from recycling one aluminum can and water pollution by 50% will operate a television set for three hours. 32 Riverside County os tic és Riverside County om Regional Recyclers od s ctr co Regional Recyclers eta le Ele rio sti pe l M es/ Vid Plá Pa / c / ls an s/ cs r/ eta pli as sti pe M Ap Gl Pla Pa Repairable Appliances Non-Ferrous Metals Scrap Appliances HDPE Plastic - #2 Computer Paper Non-CRV Glass PET Plastic - #1 Ferrous Metals CFC Removal Car Batteries Mixed Paper Ofﬁce Paper Newspaper CRV Plastic Cardboard Polystyrene CRV Glass Aluminum Phone / Número Riverside Metro Area Address / Dirección de Teléfono Tin 20/20 Recycling Center 480 McKinley St. Corona 91719-1291 800-969-2020 X X X X X Yawl Recycle Center 31 E. Grand Blvd. Corona 92879 951-371-9716 X X X X Six-Pack Recycling Center 1430 E. 6th St. Corona 92879 951-734-2910 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Liston Brick Co. of Corona 20401 Temescal Canyon Corona 91719-4937 951-277-4221 X X 20/20 Recycling Center 301 S. Lincoln Corona 91720-1857 800-969-2020 X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 1288 Border Ave. Corona 91720-3801 951-980-1203 X X X X X X 20/20 Recycling Center 1731 Pomona Rd. Corona 91720-6963 800-969-2020 X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 1193 Magnolia Ave. Corona 92879-3202 951-980-1203 X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 11070 Limonite Mira Loma 91752-2120 909-980-1203 X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 2790 Hamner Ave. Norco 91760-1932 909-980-1203 X X X X X X X Cash 4 Cans 7633 Cypress Riverside 92503 951-352-5995 X X X X X X X Jared’s Refrigerant Recovery Svs. 1673 Tava Ln. Riverside 92504 951-780-7610 X Battery Systems 1860 Chicago Ave., H-23 Riverside 92507 951-778-0295 X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 5225 Canyon Crest, Ste 1 Riverside 92507 951-980-1203 X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 2995 Iowa Ave. Riverside 92507 951-980-1203 X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 9155 Jurupa Rd. Riverside 92509 951-980-1203 X X X X X X X Battery Systems 4811 Van Buren Blvd. Riverside 92503-2612 951-359-0204 X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 9225 Magnolia Ave. Riverside 92503-3858 951-980-1203 X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 3420 S. La Sierra Ave. Riverside 92503-5203 951-980-1203 X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 6160 Arlington Ave. Riverside 92504-1944 951-980-1203 X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 4250 Van Buren Blvd. Riverside 92504-5939 951-980-1203 X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 17050 Van Buren Blvd. Riverside 92504-5939 951-980-1203 X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 10370 Arlington Ave. Riverside 92505-1102 951-980-1203 X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 10471 Magnolia Ave. Riverside 92505-1811 951-980-1203 X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 4880 La Sierra Ave. Riverside 92505-2763 951-980-1203 X X X X X X 20/20 Recycling Center 3840 La Sierra Ave. Riverside 92505-3528 800-969-2020 X X X X 20/20 Recycling Center 3520 Riverside Plaza Riverside 92506-2723 800-969-2020 X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 2861 Mary St. Riverside 92506-4247 951-980-1203 X X X X X X X Summit Pulp and Paper 1575 Marlborough Ave. Riverside 92507-2029 951-786-6000 X X X X X Riverside Scrap Iron and Metals 2993 6th St. Riverside 92507-4131 951-686-2120 X X X X X X X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 315 E. Alessandro Blvd. Riverside 92508-2463 951-980-1203 X X X X X X Appliance Recycling Factory 3851 Pyrite Riverside 92509-1108 951-681-5300 X X Newco/Iris Buy Back Center 7000 Jurupa Ave. Riverside 92509 951-688-4350 X X X X X X X Recycling Service Center 6565 Mission Blvd. Riverside 92509-4193 951-681-2525 X X X X X X X X Recycling Service Center 8566 Limonite Riverside 92509-5113 951-685-4430 X X X X X X Please contact the individual center for information on how to prepare your materials and to conﬁrm the materials accepted. This list is provided as a public service and is not an endorsement of these companies or their services. The department is not responsible for any errors or omissions in this listing. Esta publicación es un servicio público, no es un apoyo a ninguna compañía, organización no lucrativa o a sus servicios. El Departamento no es responsable por errores u omisiones en esta lista. Riverside County os tic és Riverside County om Regional Recyclers od s ctr co Regional Recyclers Continue eta le Ele rio sti pe l M es/ Vid Plá Pa / c / ls an s/ cs r/ eta pli as sti pe M Ap Gl Pla Pa Repairable Appliances Non-Ferrous Metals Scrap Appliances HDPE Plastic - #2 Computer Paper Non-CRV Glass PET Plastic - #1 Ferrous Metals CFC Removal Car Batteries Mixed Paper Ofﬁce Paper Newspaper CRV Plastic Cardboard Polystyrene CRV Glass Aluminum San Bernardino Area Address Phone Tin Augustine Metals 2021 W. Placentia Colton 92324-3317 951-682-8102 X X X X X X X X Colton Iron and Metal 790 East M St. Colton 92324-3910 909-825-1662 X X X Cannco 1224 N. Mt. Vernon Colton 92324-2502 909-824-2559 X X X X X X Inland Recycling 340 W. Valley Blvd Colton 92324 909-825-1200 X X X X X X X X Fontana Paper Mills 13733 Valley Blvd. Fontana 92335-5268 909-823-4100 X X X X X West Valley MRF 13373 Napa St. Fontana 92335 909-899-5501 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Battery Systems 16010 Valley Blvd. Fontana 92335 909-823-9865 X Sims Metals of America 15615 Arrow Route Fontana 92335-3272 909-823-3431 X X X X X X X Inland Paper Stock 777 W. Rialto San Bernardino 92410-3329 909-884-8672 X X X X X X X X X X X San Bernardino Recycling Center 144 S. G St. San Bernardino 92410-3360 909-889-0626 X X X X X X X X X All-Metals Recycling 31710 Dunlop Blvd. Yucaipa 92316-1903 909-794-5865 X X X X X X X X X X X Western San Bernardino County Main Street Fibers 608 Main St. Ontario 91761-1711 909-986-6310 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X D & M Metals 840 State St. Ontario 91761-1836 909-986-1996 X X X X X Ontario Metal Recycling 717 S. Taylor Ontario 91761-1847 909-983-0655 X X X X X X X X X X American Metal Recycling 2202 S. Millikin Ave. Ontario 91761-2307 909-988-8000 X X X X X Inland Container Corp. 5100 E. Jurupa Ontario 91761-3618 909-292-1055 X Recycling Resources 1406 W. 2nd St. Pomona 91766-1201 909-629-9911 X X X X X X X X X X Appliance Services 225 South I Street San Bernardino 92410 909-884-9758 X X X Moreno Valley/Perris Area Tri-Cycle Recycling 23720 Sunnymead Blvd. Moreno Valley 92553-3022 951-924-5391 X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 24595 Alessandro Blvd. Moreno Valley 92553-3927 951-980-1203 X X X X X X X 20/20 Recycling Center 25065 Sunnymead Blvd. Moreno Valley 92553-4195 800-969-2020 X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 12625 Fredrick Ave. Moreno Valley 92553-5216 951-980-1203 X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 14930 Perris Blvd. Moreno Valley 92553-7183 951-980-1203 X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 23575 Sunnymead Ranch Moreno Valley 92557-2866 951-980-1203 X X X X X X 20/20 Recycling Center 11875 Pigeon Pass Rd. Ste A. Moreno Valley 92557-6039 800-969-2020 X X X Perris Valley Recycling 707 E. 4th St. Perris 92570-2255 951-657-9811 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 47 W. Nuevo Rd. Perris 92571-0831 951-980-1203 X X X X 20/20 Recycling Center 2560 N. Perris Blvd. Perris 92571-3254 951-279-2200 X X X Please contact the individual center for information on how to prepare your materials and to conﬁrm the materials accepted. This list is provided as a public service and is not an endorsement of these companies or their services. The department is not responsible for any errors or omissions in this listing. Riverside County os tic és om Regional Recyclers od les ctr co eta Ele rio sti pe l M es/ Vid Plá Pa / c / ls an s/ cs r/ eta pli as sti pe M Ap Gl Pla Pa Repairable Appliances Non-Ferrous Metals Scrap Appliances HDPE Plastic - #2 Computer Paper Non-CRV Glass PET Plastic - #1 Ferrous Metals CFC Removal Car Batteries Mixed Paper Ofﬁce Paper Newspaper CRV Plastic Cardboard Polystyrene CRV Glass Aluminum Hemet/San Jacinto Area Address Phone Tin Royal Metals 1401 Suite A, Mesa View, Hemet 92543-1538 951-654-2257 X X Valley Metals 405 N. Buena Vista Hemet 92543-2921 951-925-8577 X X X X X X X Mobile Recycling Inc. 41849 Florida Ave. Hemet 92544-5066 714-891-7766 X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 43396 Florida Ave. Hemet 92544-5220 951-980-1203 X X X X X X Lion’s Club 119 S. Inez St. Hemet 92543-4135 951-929-2344 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 20/20 Recycling Center 3125 W. Florida Hemet 92545-3618 800-969-2020 X X X X San Gorgonio Pass Ramsey Recycling 1243 E. Ramsey Ave. Banning 92220-5927 951-849-5997 X X X X X X X X X X X Banning Recycling 284 S. 8th St. Banning 92220 951-922-9236 X X X X X X X X Top $ Recyclng 149 E. Third St. Beaumont 92223 951-769-9037 X X X X X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 1661 E. 6th St. Beaumont 92223-2509 909-980-1203 X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 1155 Calimesa Blvd. Calimesa 92320-1549 909-980-1203 X X X X X X Southwest County 20/20 Recycling Center 32281 Mission Trail Lake Elsinore 92530-4524 800-969-2020 X X X X Cans + Recycling 29170 Riverside Dr. Lake Elsinore 92530-2610 951-245-1178 X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 16750 Lakeshore Dr. Lake Elsinore 92530-4902 909-980-1203 X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 30125 Antelope Rd. Menifee 92584-8072 909-980-1203 X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 40473 Murrieta Hot Sprgs Rd. Murrieta 92563-6401 909-980-1203 X X X X X X Rancho Metal and Recycling 41400 Date St. Murrieta 92562-7026 951-677-8586 X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 25904 Newport Rd. Sun City 92584-9130 909-980-1203 X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 30530 Rancho California Rd. Temecula 92591-3277 909-980-1203 X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 27475 Jefferson St. Temecula 92590-2602 909-980-1203 X X X X X X Please contact the individual center for information on how to prepare your materials and to conﬁrm the materials accepted. This list is provided as a public service and is not an endorsement of these companies or their services. The department is not responsible for any errors or omissions in this listing. Riverside County os tic és Riverside County om Regional Recyclers od s ctr co Regional Recyclers Continue eta le Ele rio sti pe l M es/ Vid Plá Pa / c / ls an s/ cs r/ eta pli as sti pe M Ap Gl Pla Pa Repairable Appliances Non-Ferrous Metals Scrap Appliances HDPE Plastic - #2 Computer Paper Non-CRV Glass PET Plastic - #1 Ferrous Metals CFC Removal Car Batteries Mixed Paper Ofﬁce Paper Newspaper CRV Plastic Cardboard Polystyrene CRV Glass Aluminum Coachella and Palo Verde Valleys Address Phone Tin B & O Metals 4140 Sutton Rd. Blythe 92225 760-664-4196 X X X X X VFW Post 2987 378 N. Eucalyptus St. Blythe 92225-1581 760-921-2763 X X X X 20/20 Recycling Center 69-255 Ramon Rd. Cathedral City 92234-3346 800-969-2020 X X X X X X 20/20 Recycling Center 35-935 Date Palm St. Cathedral City 92234-6658 800-969-2020 X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 34-251 Date Palm Dr. Cathedral City 92234-6815 909-980-8795 X X X X X X X Appliance Recycling Factory 34-900 Date Palm Dr. Cathedral City 92234-6833 760-321-0330 X Hubert’s Appliance 68-713 Perez Rd. B-14 Cathedral City 92234-7222 760-328-0260 X X Palm Springs Recycling 36-630 Sunair Plaza Cathedral City 92234-7620 760-321-4087 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Valley Scrap 48-100 Harrison Coachella 92236-1214 760-398-5651 X X X X X X X X X X X Riverside Scrap Iron and Metals 86-015 Avenue 52 Coachella 92236-2701 760-398-7772 X X X X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 13-200 Palm Dr. Desert Hot Springs 92240-5902 909-980-1203 X X X X X X X Mobile Recycling Inc. 74-895 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells 92210-7115 714-891-7766 X X X X X X Apple Recycling 80-631 Indio Blvd. Indio 92201 760-397-4279 X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 81-056 Hwy. 111 Indio 92201-6664 909-980-1203 X X X X X X 20/20 Recycling Center 78-630 Hwy. 111 La Quinta 92253-2067 800-969-2020 X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 50-929 Washington St La Quinta 92253-2889 909-980-1203 X X X X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 74-884 Country Club Dr. Palm Desert 92260 909-980-1203 X X X X X X X Recycle America of the Desert 41800 Corporate Way Palm Desert 92260-1912 760-324-1741 X X X X X X X X X X X X 20/20 Recycling Center 73-101 Country Club Dr. Palm Desert 92260-2350 800-969-2020 X X X X X 20/20 Recycling Center 2315 E. Tahquitz-McCallum Palm Springs 92262 800-969-2020 X X X X Tomra Paciﬁc Inc. 1733 E. Palm Canyon Dr. Palm Springs 92264 909-980-1230 X X X X X X X Palm Springs Recycling 280 Oasis Palm Springs 92262-1644 760-325-3377 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Palm Springs Disposal Services 4690 E. Mesquite Ave. Palm Springs 92264-3510 760-327-1351 X X X X X X X X X 20/20 Recycling Center 4733 E. Palm Canyon Dr. Palm Springs 92264-5219 800-969-2020 X X X X X Apple Recycling 65-959 Hwy. 86 Thermal 92274-9545 760-397-4279 X X X X X Southern California Recycling 29-250 Rio Del Sol Rd. Thousand Palms 92276 760-343-0499 X Please contact the individual center for information on how to prepare your materials and to conﬁrm the materials accepted. This list is provided as a public service and is not an endorsement of these companies or their services. The department is not responsible for any errors or omissions in this listing.
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