Recycling and Environmental Links


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Safely Dispose of Your Used Motor Oil and Filters
Take your used oil and filter to your local auto supply store at:

  • Kragen Auto Parts
    5305 Beach Blvd.
  • Firestone Tires
    8600 Beach Blvd.
  • 6011 Orangethorpe Ave.
  • Certified Tire & Service Center
    7960 La Palma Ave.

Curbside pickup is also available!

Curbside, Inc. will pickup at your front door. To schedule a pickup, log on to to their website and go to the "schedule appointment button"or call (800) 449-7587.

Safely dispose of your televisions, computers, monitors, printers and other computer devices at no cost.
You can deliver your televisions and computer devices to Silicon Salvage at 1500 N. Dale Street (corner of Page and Dale) Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. You can also purchase working computers at very attractive prices by calling to make an appointment at (714) 523-2425. For more informaiton, visit their website.

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household waste Properly Dispose of Household Toxic Waste
For information concerning the proper disposal of household toxic materials (paint, pool chemicals, motor oil, antifreeze, household cleaners, etc.), or a list of drop-off site locations, directions and hours, please call the Orange County Regional Household Hazardous Waste Disposal information line at (714) 834-4000. The hours of operation are Tuesday - Saturday 9 am to 3 pm, or visit their wed site here:


Residents of Buena Park can properly dispose of household toxic items at no cost at one of the regional drop-off sites:

  • In Anaheim at 1131 North Blue Gum St. (map)
  • In Huntington Beach at 17121 Nichols St. (map)

To learn more about commercial recycling, including information about how to comply with AB341 and AB1826, visit the Edco Disposal website

Would you like to learn more?


Click on the links below to learn more about the importance of recycling and how you and your family can make a difference in the world by reducing the amount of waste you dispose of:

Would you like to know more about the recycling process?

The O.Berk company has some great information on their web site here: