Orange County's landfills may be the final stop for local waste disposal, but they also feature some of the region's most unique feats of environmental engineering and deployment of eco-friendly programs.
OC residents can now quickly and conveniently search for OC Waste & Recycling (OCWR) services, locations and hours of operations with the new “myOCgov” mobile application (app).The County of Orange launched the new app this week as a free interactive tool that makes information about County-wide services easily accessible to the public on their mobile devices.
National Battery Day is a little-known, unofficial holiday that is observed on February 18, the birthday of Alessandro Volta, an Italian physicist and inventor of the electric battery in 1745. Although the day recognizes the value of batteries in our day-to-day lives, to OC Waste & Recycling (OCWR), the day provides a great opportunity to talk about old, used batteries and what OC residents should do with them. No. 1 is to keep them out of landfills.
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