Working with the City, Republic Services is working hard to ensure the highest quality customer service and minimal service disruption during the COVID-19 situation, the recent surge in residential waste and unique challenges requires Republic Services/MG Disposal to temporarily modify their service offerings to keep our community clean and safe.
Effective Monday, March 30 we will be operating under the following guidelines:
● We will accept cart contents only. Drivers will not be authorized to leave their vehicle to pick up waste outside of the cart. Please keep all trash inside of the cart to be picked up.
● Bulk and e-waste programs are no longer suspended. For services and schedule pick-ups, please contact Republic Customer Service at 714-238-3300. Drivers are only picking up regular bulk items. Due to COVID, refrigerators, AC units, and electronics will not be picked up until further notice.
● Curbside recycling and yard waste collection services WILL remain in place.
● Move non six day/week commercial accounts to week day service (Mon-Fri).
We may need to use alternative disposal methods if there are disruptions to recycling processing capabilities or if recycling contamination increases. It’s important to keep waste out of your recycling container.
County of Orange Household Hazardous Waste Collection Center
1071 N. Blue Gum Avenue, Anaheim
Phone: (714) 834-6752
Open Tuesday - Saturday, 9am - 3pm (closed Holidays and rainy days)
The center accepts products such as latex and oil base paint, antifreeze, batteries, computers, electronics, fertilizers, herbicides, hobby supplies, pesticides, used oil and more.
How to Dispose Sharps: In California, it is illegal to place containers of used sharps (needles, syringes, lancets, auto injectors, infusion sets, connection needles) to household trash. Please place them in a strong plastic containers like an empty laundry detergent or bleach bottle, seal it with duct tape and label "DO NOT RECYCLE" and bring it to the Anaheim HHW Center located above. For more information, visit www.calrecycle.ca.gov/HomeHazWaste/sharps or https://safeneedledisposal.org/.