Free “Roundup” of Hazardous Waste Products Planned In SCV
On Saturday, November 4th, the
The Roundup will occur at College of the Canyons in the south parking lot and will accept such things as antifreeze, car batteries, used motor oil, paint and pesticides. Universal waste, including household batteries, fluorescent light bulbs, and electronic waste such as TVs and computers will also be accepted.
Mayor Laurene Weste insists that: “The improper disposal of hazardous waste poses a public health threat. By participating in these free, convenient Roundups, we are able to help do our part to avoid serious pollution problems that could result if these items end up in our landfills.”
In the case of the Roundups, the environmental impacts are twofold. In addition to properly disposing of the waste, it is also extensively recycled. 8o percent of hazardous waste and 100 percent of electronic waste is able to be recycled.
For information of the free Countywide Roundup in Santa Clarita, contact Environmental Services at (661) 222-7222 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also contact Los Angeles County Public Works at 1 (888) Clean LA or on the web at www.888cleanla.com