Rolling Hills Estates Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Program
Waste Management offers residents of Rolling Hills Estates a special program for the collection of household hazardous waste materials right from their home.
Hazardous waste includes used motor oil, used oil filters, car batteries, garden chemicals such as pesticides and weed killers, paint products, household cleaners, swimming pool chemicals, and universal waste such as batteries, fluorescent bulbs, CFL’s and thermometers. Items NOT accepted include biological waste, ammunition, asbestos, medicine or pharmaceuticals and radioactive materials. Collection is easy and convenient! Simply schedule a pick up by calling (800) 449-7587 or online at www.wmatyourdoor.com or by email email@example.com. *Please note, this is for residential collection only. No business materials will be collected.
Become a Recycling Hero!
Every quarter, the City's top recyclers are nominated by their drivers to enter the Waste Management Recycling Hero contest. One nominee is selected at random by the City Council to win a year's worth of free residential trash and recycling services.
How to enter: Be a recycling hero! Recycle as much as you can to divert your refuse from our landfills. This saves energy and natural resources and reduces our dependence on landfills. Your driver will do the rest!
Rolling Hills Estates residents can dispose of batteries in a simple, convenient and environmentally responsible way. Bring your spent batteries to one of the city facilities featuring our BatteryTracker bins and drop them off. Waste Management will do the rest and ensure that they are recycled.
City Hall The Tennis Center The Nature Center
Drop off Locations:
4045 Palos Verdes Drive North
28851 Hawthorne Boulevard
27305 Palos Verdes Drive East
The Tennis Center
The Nature Center
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Recycling for Businesses and Multi-Family Complexes
As of July 1, 2012, state law has made recycling mandatory for certain businesses and multi-family complexes. All businesses that produce four cubic yards or more of trash per week and multi-family properties of five units or more (such as apartment buildings) are required to recycle using one of the following methods: subscribe to a service that collects recyclables separately, send materials to a mixed waste processing facility that diverts recyclables, or self-haul recyclables. Implementation of the new law Assembly Bill (AB341), is overseen by the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle). The goal of AB341 is to increase statewide recycling rates to 75 percent by the year 2020 in order to reduce waste and greenhouse gas emissions. Commercial recycling, which has not been as common as single-family residential recycling, will be a key component in achieving this goal. To learn more, visit www.calrecycle.ca.gov/recycle/commercial/.