Attention Culver City Apt & Condo Residents Interested in Recycling

Get FREE Recycling Services for Your Complex with Culver City’s Pilot Program!

Apartment and condo complexes can join Culver City’s Multi-family Recycling Program and receive FREE recycling bins (while supplies last) and FREE pickup services until the end of 2011. You can get recycling services for FREE whether you already recycle or not.

If you already recycle, the city replaces your old bins for new and stops collecting recycling services fees until the end of the year. Even after the city starts collecting recycling pickup services fees beginning 2012, it will be less because recycling fees are less than trash fees and increasing recycling means less trash!

Why should you sign up?

-          FREE brand new 3-cubic yard recycling bins

-          FREE property assessment to determine the number of bins you can place given space limitations

-          FREE pick-up service

-          FREE recycling totes, limited supply of indoor mini-bins, outdoor site signs showing what you can and can't recycle, brochuresand posters (while supplies last)

Sign up today and be the first in line for a free assessment. Recycling is as easy as 1-2-3!

Email pcombs@sga-inc.net or call (562) 597-0205 to get started.

Go to culvercity.org/recycle for more information.

 

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Comment by MultiFamily Recycling on September 7, 2011 at 5:38pm

Hey Scupine,

 

You're right. It does seem kind of far for a few batteries. What we usually recommend is keep them stored in a bag and you could dump them all at once. We checked this website and it seems like there's one closer to CC.

 

http://search.earth911.com/?what=single-use+batteries&where=cul...

 

hope this helps!

 

-The MF Recycling Team

Comment by Scupine on September 7, 2011 at 2:17pm
Thanks for getting back to me! Seems like the nearest one is in Playa del Rey: 7660 Imperial Highway, CA, 90293. Still a long way to go for a couple of AAAs!
Comment by MultiFamily Recycling on September 6, 2011 at 5:02pm

Hi Scupine,

 

Apologies for delayed reaction.

 

Yes! You are correct in that AAA batteries fall into the do not recycle category as seen in our program brochure!

 

You can take drop them off at any of the locations listed here.

 

If you know anyone living in a multi-family complex in Culver City, please send them our way at pcombs@sga-inc.net or (562) 597-0205. We appreciate your helping us spread the word!

 

Thank you for your interest and support!

 

-The Multi-Family Recycling Team

Comment by Scupine on September 1, 2011 at 11:01am

Hi and thanks for joining CulverCityTimes.com, "MultiFamily Recycling." I appreciate this information, as I'm sure many other people will.

 

I actually have a question regarding recycling I hope you can help me with. I have a couple of used AAA batteries. I realize that I'm not supposed to throw them in the trash or even the recycling bin, right? What should I do with them? Thanks for the help!

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