Recycling & Trash for Apartments and Condos

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All residential properties are required to have trash, recycling and organics service which is provided by the City of Culver City's Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations (EPO) Division. Contact the Environmental Programs and Operations Division to start service, schedule a cart exchange or to discuss billing options and more. 

Public Works/ Environmental Programs & Operations Division:

Phone: 310-253-6400

Hours: Monday - Friday (7 a.m. - 3 p.m.). If you are calling after hours, leave a message with your name, phone and address and the office will follow-up the next business day.

New Item: Check out the Think Green Think Culver City Winter 2019 Newsletter for information on innovative projects and programs the City is working on in your community. 

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What goes in the BLUE recycle bin?

Empty Glass, Aluminum & Metal, Plastics (1-5), Beverage & Soup Boxes, Clean Paper & Clean Cardboard

Recyclables: Bottles, cans, metal, plastics 1-5, paper, clean cardboard, steel, waxed containers

 Recycling Front Load

Break down and fold cardboard boxes to smaller than 3’ x 3’ and place in your bin.

If you do not have a Recycling Program due to special requirements, there are several Drop-off Locations throughout the City.  If you would like recycling at your complex please contact the Environmental Programs and Operations Division at 310-253-6400. 

What to Do with Reusable Shopping Bags 

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Most people are in the habit of bringing reusable bags to the grocery store but, they also work for other items too.  Try carrying a few bags with you on any kind of shopping trip.  Some retailers may even offer a bag credit.

Reuse them around the house/garage

Use reusable bags to store items in the closet or garage.  You can use bags to separate clothes within a large storage bin. They fit into tight spaces and are easy to pull out because of the handles. 

Donate them

ChicoBag Company accepts reusable bags, functional or not. They will distribute to low income families or recycle them into new, useful products through partnerships with artists, crafters and non-profit organizations. Mail your unwanted reusable bags to: ChicoBag Company, c/o Zero Waste Program, 747 Fortress Street, Chico, CA 95973.  

  Have more questions about What Goes Where, ask Recycle Coach.