FREE RECYCLING BIN UPGRADE!

    

Waste Management, Inc. is offering large recycling bins to Calabasas residents at no additional charge! If the 64-gallon container is not providing the capacity you need, trade it in and receive a 96-gallon container for the same price!

For additional information and to obtain a large recycling bin, contact Waste Management, Inc. at (805) 552-9400 or toll free at (800) 675-1171.

* This offer is good for single family residential properties only.
For information regarding Commercial Recycling and Trash Bin Rates, Click Here.

RECYCLE DO'S AND DON'TS

PAPER 

RECYCLE

 

DO NOT RECYCLE

Newspaper, including inserts
Phone books
Corrugated cardboard
Other papers, including junk mail, window envelopes, white or colored paper, scrap, advertisements, paper bags
Food/detergent boxes
Other cardboard boxes
Office paper/computer paper
Magazines, catalogs
Paperback books, overnight mail packages, etc.
  Blueprints/carbon paper
Metallic or plastic coated paper
Tissue/toilet paper, paper plates, napkins, cups, towels
No boxes or paper contaminated by more than 3% food or grease

 

PLASTICS:

RECYCLE

 

DO NOT RECYCLE

All plastic bottles coded 1-7
Beverage containers
One or two liter bottles
Salad dressing bottles
Milk and water jugs
Detergent/cleaning bottles
  Plastics that are not bottles
Uncoded plastics
Plastic containers used for motor oil, automotive products, paint, solvents, lawn care products and chemicals
Polystyrene, commonly known as "Styrofoam"

 

CANS/METAL/ALUMINUM:

RECYCLE

 

DO NOT RECYCLE

Aluminum beverage cans
Steel/tin food and beverage cans
Aerosol non-hazardous cans, EMPTY (whipped cream, cooking oils, etc.)
Clean aluminum foil, foil food trays
Other scrap aluminum
  Hazardous aerosol cans (spray paint, bug spray, etc.) and other hazardous waste (paint, chemicals, pesticides)

 

GLASS CONTAINERS:

RECYCLE

 

DO NOT RECYCLE

Juice, soda, water bottles
Beer, wine, liquor bottles
Food jars
CA redemption bottles
 

Drinking glasses, ceramics, crystal, mirrors, window glass, light bulbs

City of Calabasas 2014