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CHRISTMAS TREE RECYCLING PROGRAM
As part of green waste recovery, the Sanitation Districts offers an annual Christmas tree recycling event. The Sanitation Districts will accept uncontaminated loads of Christmas trees, at no charge, if a city sponsors the collection of trees. For more information, click on the link above.
The Sanitation Districts, together with a variety of sponsers, host an annual Earth Day event. Come join us at this free event and learn what you could do to conserve and protect the environment. The event features educational booths, interactive workshops, arts and crafts, activities for children, music, and much more.
FOOD WASTE RECYCLING
The Sanitation Districts are helping our member cities meet new organic recycling requirements by accepting and recycling food waste at a wastewater treatment plant.
INTEGRATED REGIONAL WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN (IRWMP)
Greater Los Angeles County regions are collaborating to develop an IRWMP that focuses on water resource management while creating a platform for future funding and we want your input!
NO DRUGS DOWN THE DRAIN
Learn how to properly dispose of unused, unwanted, or expired medications.
OCEAN MONITORING AND RESEARCH
Since 1970, the Sanitation Districts have implemented an extensive receiving water monitoring program to assess potential environmental effects of the Joint Water Pollution Control Plant discharge on local coastal waters, measure natural variations, and ensure the health of the public and environment. This program utilizes an assortment of monitoring vessels to conduct biological, chemical, and oceanographic studies in the variety of marine habitats found off the Palos Verdes Peninsula and perform ocean outfall system inspections to ensure their structural integrity and continued safe operation. Results from the various ocean monitoring programs are provided to the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board and other interested parties through a series of reports.
Related links and contact information for local, state, and federal recycling agencies and companies.
RENEWABLE ENERGY AND CLEAN FUELS
The Sanitation Districts have played a significant role in reducing air emissions and developing emissions controls in our solid waste management and wastewater treatment operations. To learn more, click on the link above.
Each day the Sanitation Districts deliver clean, recycled water as an important local resource to residents and businesses. This resource is a safe, affordable, and reliable supply of water for industrial, commercial, and recreational applications; groundwater replenishment; agriculture; and the irrigation of parks, schools, golf courses, roadways, and nurseries.