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Electronic waste (E-waste) includes computers, monitors, televisions, cell phones, printers, fax machines and keyboards. Certain components of some electronic products contain materials that render them hazardous, depending on their condition and density.
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View current permitted hauler list valid through June 30.
Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) includes paints, stains, varnishes, solvents, pesticides, antifreeze, transmission fluids, oil filters, cleaning supplies, drain openers, nail polish remover, batteries, pool chemicals, smoke detectors, medications, and other materials or products containing volatile chemicals that can catch fire, react or explode, or that are corrosive or toxic.
Malibu hosts HHW/E-Waste roundups on a bimonthly basis at City Hall. Free collection events hosted by Calabasas and Agoura Hills are also open to residents.
The schedule of LA County’s larger HHW collection events is available at www.CleanLa.com.
Residents can bring the following items. Remember that transportation laws only allow 15 gallons or 125 pounds of hazardous waste per trip.
Anti-freezeAutomotive and household batteriesCompact fluorescent light bulbs (unbroken)ElectronicsLatex paintMotor oil and filters
Universal wastes are common household wastes considered hazardous that should be recycled and properly disposed of, usually items such as batteries, thermostats, and obsolete pesticides. Each Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) bulb and fluorescent tube contains a small amount of mercury. Dry-cell batteries (alkaline, button cells, rechargeable) contain many potentially hazardous compounds, such as mercury, cadmium, nickel, lead, zinc, silver, manganese, and alkalines. Mercury thermostatsare also subject to special disposal requirements.