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OC Community Household Hazardous Waste Centers to Commemorate America Recycles Day on Nov. 15
Orange County residents are invited to help commemorate America Recycles Day on Nov. 15, 2014 by bringing in their hazardous waste to one of the county’s four community Household Hazardous Waste Collection Centers and taking the national "pledge" to keep America beautiful by remembering to Reduce→Reuse→Recycle.
The four centers, which are free and open to all OC residents, are located throughout the county. They are operated by Orange County Waste & Recycling in partnership with the participating cities. OCWR also sponsors the Eco Challenge recycling outreach and education programs.
The county’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Centers invite all OC residents to “do the right thing” and help the environment by bringing in their hazardous waste on the national recognition day for recycling. Visitors will be given family/individual America Recycling Day “pledge” reminders. In addition, each visiting vehicle will receive a voucher for a free pizza from Papa John’s (while supplies last) and coupons for free children’s tickets to the Discovery Cube Orange County.
Household hazardous waste includes common cleaning/gardening/painting/workshop products or materials that contain corrosive, toxic, ignitable or reactive ingredients. Home hazardous waste also includes propane tanks and other flammable items, as well as electronic waste such as computer monitors, radios, TVs and video game consoles. For a full list and pledge information, go to: www.oclandfills.com or www.AmericaRecyclesDay.org
WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014 – 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Hours are for all locations.)
WHERE: The County’s Household Hazardous Waste Centers:
- Anaheim: 1071 N. Blue Gum St., 92806 (at the CVT Recycling Center)
- Irvine: 6411 Oak Canyon, 92618 (next to City of Irvine corporate yard/Bark Park)
- San Juan Capistrano: 32250 La Pata Ave., 92675 (at the Prima Landfill entrance)
NOTE: The Anaheim and Huntington Beach centers also accept regular household recyclables such as plastic bottles, aluminum cans and newspapers. The other centers do not.
A maximum of 15 gallons or 125 pounds may be transported per vehicle, per trip. It is illegal to exceed these limits.
Presented by OC Waste & Recycling, which in addition to the hazardous waste center, operates the county’s three landfills and the Eco Challenge recycling education and outreach programs in association with Discovery Cube Orange County.
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