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PLASTIC BOTTLES ALUMINUM CANS
GLASS BOTTLES/JARS All Clean Paper All Envelopes
Manila Folders & File Folders Magazines & Newspaper
Catalogs Glossy Paper Cardstock
Cereal & Cracker Boxes Telephone books
Junk Mail Steel Cans Tin Cans
Six Pack Boxes Plastic Tubs & Containers
Clean Aluminum Foil Clean Pizza Boxes Paper coffee cups
Cardboard Clean Lunch Bags & Baggies
Clean Plastic Wrapping Plastic Hangers Metal Hangers
Milk & Juice Cartons Plastic Bags
LATAS DE ACERO FRASCOS DE VIDRIO
BOTELLAS DE PLÁSTICO Todo el papel limpio
Todos los sobres Carpetas manila y carpetas de
archivos Revistas y periódicos
Catálogos Papel brillante
Cartulina Cajas de cereales y galletas
Directorios telefónicos Correo chatarra
Latas de aluminio Latas de hojalata
Cajas de paquetes de 6 Tubos y recipientes de plástico
Papel aluminio limpio Cajas de pizza limpias
Vasos de papel para café Cartón
Bolsas para almuerzo limpias Envoltura de plástico limpia
Ganchos de plástico Ganchos de metal
Envases de cartón para leche y jugo Bolsas de plástico
MULTI-FAMILY RECYCLING NEWS
Waste Management Blue Barrel Yard 25772 Springbrook Road Saugus, CA 91350
Monday—Friday 8AM—5 PM Phone: (661) 259-2398 www.bluebarrel.com
New Safe Needle Disposal Program Santa Clarita residents now have a free and easy way to dispose of “sharps,” or needles and lancets from the convenience of their own home. “Sharps” disposal kits can be picked up from the Waste Management/Blue Barrel yard at 25772 Springbrook Road, Saugus, CA 91350 from 8-5, Monday through Friday. Your first kit is free, the second is available at a $5.00 co-pay. Seniors may receive 2 kits free, with any additional kits available for a $5.00 co-pay. Limit one at a time.
Fill up your kit at your own convenience. When it is full, simply mail it back using the pre-paid postage label that is included in the kit. Please make sure to sign the form that is included on the front pocket of your kit. Waste Management will ensure your sharps are disposed of safely. “Many don’t realize that throwing your
needles away in the trash is illegal,” explains Sandra Pursley, Waste Management Community Relations Manager. “Improperly disposed syringes, hypodermic needles and other SHARPS can pose a serious hazard to our families and community.” Surveys show that more than 3 billion needles and syringes used by self-injectors end up in trash or recycling containers, or are flushed down toilets every year. This improper disposal puts sanitation workers and the public at risk of needle sticks and serious infections.
Make sure you dispose of your “sharps” responsibly, and pick up your free kit today.
For over 40 years, Waste Management has been a service provider in the Santa Clarita Valley. Though timely and efficient trash collection remains a top priority,
Waste Management/Blue Barrel has also been proactive in efforts to promote recycling and community involvement. For more information on how we “Think Green,”
The Importance of Recycling Recycling is important, but just how big of a difference can it make? Did you know:
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
Guide to Recycling, Trash, and Special Items 2
Free Drop-Offs at WM Yard 3
Re-use Centers in Your Area 3
Useful Phone Numbers and Online Resources 3
Turn Your Trash Into Cash; Recycle Bottles and Cans! 4
The Importance of Recycling 4
“Many don’t realize that throwing your needles away in the
trash is illegal”
Turn Your Trash into Cash; Recycle Bottles and Cans! Thanks to the California Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Reduction Act, you can receive 5 cents for containers less than 24 ounces, and 10 cents for containers 24 ounces or larger. All you have to do is take your bottles and cans to a recycling center to claim the CRV amount, and watch that change add up!
Thanks to the CRV cash incentive, more than 200 billion
aluminum, glass, and plastic beverage containers have been recycled since the program began in 1987. Just last year, Californians bought 21.9 billion carbonated and noncarbonated drinks in aluminum, glass, plastic and bi- metal containers. More than 16.1 billion of those containers were recycled, saving natural resources, conserving energy and extending the life of our landfills. Imagine what we’ll accomplish if we recycle the other 5.8 billion!
To find a redemption center near you, visit http://www.bottlesandcans.com/dev/locator.cfm
recyclable materials like newspapers and aluminum cans. That equals $6.4 billion dollars, 540 billion cubic yards of landfill space and $12 billion in lost energy!
percent actually is being recycled.
our newspapers and other paper products.
warming emissions equal to taking 36 million cars off the road.
Does Your Building Recycle?
Did you know that on average, about 60% of all the garbage we throw away is recyclable? Recycling is an easy way to go green, so if your building doesn’t have a recycling program, you’re missing out on an easy opportunity to conserve natural resources, save valuable landfill space and prevent global warming. Get in touch with your building’s manager and let them know you have an interest
do the same.
Let your building manager know that
Waste Management’s Multi-Family Recycling service is free, and can even help reduce collection costs by diverting materials from the regular trash.
Setting up a free Multi-Family recycling program is easy. All your property manager has to do is call Waste Management customer service at (661) 259-2398 from 8AM-5PM, Monday– Friday. WM will provide them with all the materials and resources they need to start a successful program!
The State of California mandates that we divert at least 50% of what we throw away from the
landfill, yet recycling in multi-family buildings averages
only 3-5 %!
Broken Glass Clothing Small Furniture
Mirrors Garden Pots Light Bulbs Plastic Coated Cardboard Waxed Cardboard Ceramic Dishes & mugs Drinking Glasses Styrofoam Packaging Foil Trays Greasy or Sharp Metal Laminated Paper Food Wrappers
Food Containers Food Scraps Food Soiled Paper (eg. pizza box) Plant Trimmings Waxed Paper
The illegal dumping of waste can pose a significant public health, environmental, and safety issue to the City of Santa Clarita. Furniture, mattresses, other large items and trash are routinely dumped on sidewalks and alleys this not only looks bad, but it is costly for public works employees to clean up. The good news is there’s no need to dump illegally, because Waste Management offers free bulky item drop-offs at the Waste Management/ Blue Barrel Yard at 25772 Springbrook Road, Saugus, CA 91350 from 8-5, Monday through Friday. Acceptable items for drop off include extra trash and recycling, electronic waste, tires, yard clippings, and bulky items like furniture, mattresses and
You can also drop off and donate your gently used clothing at the new Salvation Army drop box located at the Waste
Management/ Blue Barrel Yard. Donating your clothing is a simple, convenient and charitable way to reduce the amount of waste you send to the landfill, all while helping your fellow community members in need.
Useful Phone Numbers and Online Resources Waste Management Customer Service: (661) 259-2398 www.bluebarrel.com Environmental Services Division: (661) 286-4098 www.santa-clarita.com/environment Earth 911 Environmental Hotline: 800-CLEAN-UP www.earth911.com 1(888) CLEAN LA www.ladpw.org/epd/avecc/
Aluminum Cans Plastic Bottles All Clean Paper
Manila Folders & File Folders Magazines & Newspaper Catalogs Glossy Paper Cardstock Cardboard Telephone Books Junk Mail Steel Cans All Envelopes Tin Cans Six Pack Boxes Glass Jars Plastic Tubs & Containers Clean Aluminum Foil
Clean Pizza Boxes Empty Paper Coffee Cups Cardboard Boxes Clean Lunch Bags & Baggies Clean Plastic Wrapping Plastic Hangers Metal Hangers Milk & Juice Cartons Plastic Bags
GUIDE TO RECYCLING
Fluorescent tubes and bulbs Electronics (computers, cell phones, TVs etc.) Rechargeable batteries
Medical Waste and “sharps” (eg. medication, bandages) Hazardous products (cleaners, solvents, etc.)
Large Furniture (couches, mattresses, tables, etc.)
Free Drop-Offs at WM Yard
Areas with high rates of illegal dumping usually have higher levels of vandalism and vagrancy.
25772 Springbrook Road Saugus, CA 91350
Monday through Friday 8AM-5PM
Areas with high rates of illegal dumping
SPECIAL DISPOSAL ITEMS located at Waste Management/ Blue Barrel Yard at 25772 Springbrook Road, Saugus, CA 91350 from 8-5, Monday through Friday. For more disposal locations and options, visit www.earth911.com or www.greensantaclarita.com
Tires LA County residents can bring their used tires to one of several Waste
Tire Collection Events, hosted by the LA County Department of Public Works. Tires will be accepted and recycled free of charge. To find the next tire co