Recycling Information

Assembly Bill 341 (AB341) was adopted as California State law regarding integrated waste management. As of July 1, 2012, commercial businesses, properties, and multi-family housing complexes of five (5) units or more must participate in a recycling program. Help care for the earth by recycling everyday items such as paper, aluminum cans, plastic and glass bottles. Call the centers listed to find out what specific items they accept for recycling. Also, find out how easy it is to be green in the blue cart by following easy steps towards recycling. For additional fun ways to recycle, reduce, and reuse, please take a look at

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Business Recycling Options

  • CR&R Environmental Services is the City's permitted waste hauler and recycling contractor that offers recycling services throughout Huntington Park.
  • Contract CR&R Environmental Services at (562) 699-7600  to discuss your commercial recycling options.
  • If you choose, another alternative is to donate or sell your recyclable material. This option will meet the conditions of AB341. However, you must provide the City of Huntington Park with proof that the commercial enterprise is participating in a waste diversion/recycling program.

Recycling Center List

Household Hazardous Waste

Hazardous Waste materials are those that are toxic and should not be disposed of with regular trash. Examples if hazardous waste include batteries, light bulbs, electronic waste (i.e. old televisions, radios, computers), and mercury. To find out where to dispose of Household Hazardous Waste, please visit the sites below.

Tire Recycling

For information on tire recycling, please visit LA County Public Works or CalRecycle.

Oil Disposal

If you would like to dispose of used oil, please visit these locations.

What information does the 1(888) CLEAN LA hotline offer?
The 1(888) CLEAN LA hotline allows residents to report illegal dumping and clogged catch basins, as well as receive information regarding stormwater pollution prevention, certified used oil recycling centers, SmartGardening workshops and Household Hazardous Waste and Electronic Waste Roundup events. Additionally, callers can receive information about the stormwater pollution prevention program community clean-up events, pilot programs and advertising public service announcements.