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Waste Management and The City of Laguna Woods Offer FREE Monthly Bulky Item Collection

The City of Laguna Woods has contracted with Waste Management, Inc. to offer free monthly bulky item collection. Bulky items are those items too large or heavy to place in a trash or recycling bin, and include such items are furniture-couches, beds, clean mattresses-television consoles, appliances and all forms of Electronic Waste (E-Waste), outdoor equipment and machinery, and other large items.

Free bulky item collection occurs the third Saturday of each month. Simply place your bulky items near your trash enclosure or in the same location that you place your trash carts. Bulky items may be set out the night prior and no later than 7 a.m. on the day of collection. For more information, please call Resident Services at 949-597-4600.

Click here for the Bulky Items Pickup dates and details for 2017.

The City through Waste Management, Inc. also offers free in-home bulky item collection on an on-call basis. Residents may schedule up to two (2) in-home bulky item collections per calendar year, with a maximum of five (5) bulky items per collection. To schedule an in-home bulky item collection, please call Resident Services at 949-597-4600.

Waste Management, Inc. will not collect Household Hazardous Waste (HHW), including oil, pesticides, vehicle batteries, soiled mattresses and similar items. However, the City offers door-to-door collection of HHW and E-Waste. Residents wishing to have their HHW picked up must get a collection box from City Hall in advance. Reservations are required for both HHW and E-Waste collections. Residents can also drop off the following items at City Hall: medicines (no liquids or controlled substances), batteries, HP printer cartridges, cell phones, and small appliances. Contact City Hall at 949-639-0500 for more information.


 

Composed: 12/15/2010 | Modified: 12/12/2016

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