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Barbara Romero - 250x250 for Dir Msg 

Welcome Barbara Romero, LA Sanitation & Environment's new Director and General Manager!Barbara Romero - 250x250 for Dir Msg

SERVICE REQUEST

We're here to help! LA Sanitation & Environment (LASAN) has a wide variety of services and it is our goal to help you with what you need as quickly and efficiently as possible. Click on the link below to start your service request or call us directly at 1-800-773-2489. We're available by phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! You can also create a service request using the MyLA311 app, available free in Google Play and the App Store.

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FOODWARE ACCESSORIES ON REQUEST ORDINANCE

Foodware Accessories on Request Ordinance - 400px graphic for web

The new Disposable Foodware Accessories on Request Ordinance (187030) goes into effect on November 15, 2021, and food and beverage facilities that utilize third party ordering platforms in Los Angeles and that have more than 26 employees will be subject to compliance. Please click the graphic above for more information.
 
We are hosting an informational webinar on Wednesday, October 6 to explain the ordinance and answer questions. Please register here.


We invite you to join the conversation on social media using #SkiptheStuff; please tag #lacitysan with any tips and best practices for food & beverage facilities and/or delivery services!
 

 

WHAT GOES IN EACH BIN?

The standard container allotment for single-family dwellings and each unit of a duplex based on the SRF is one 60-gallon black container for refuse; one 90-gallon green container for yard trimmings; one 90 gallon blue container for recyclables. The standard allowance for multi-family dwellings is one 60-gallon black container per dwelling unit for refuse; one 90 gallon green container for yard trimmings for the lot; one 90-gallon blue container for recyclables for every four units.  Some households have brown bins, by request, for horse manure. By placing material in the proper bins, you can prevent contamination that occurs when non-recyclable items are discarded in the BLUE bin and when anything other than yard trimmings are placed in the GREEN bin. Non-recyclable items such as paper or boxes with grease or food residue, treated wood and wood-products, cloth/fabric, and fats/oils/grease in sealed containers belong in your BLACK bin. Hazardous waste and e-waste may be taken to S.A.F.E. Centers. If you have questions, need to request a new bin, or have items that are too large for your bins, please call our Customer Care Center at 1-800-773-2489.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Saturday, October 16
8:00AM - 4:30PM
Multiple locations throughout LAView Map
Saturday, November 13
8:00AM - 4:30PM
Multiple locations across LAView Map
Saturday, December 11
8:00AM - 4:30PM
Multiple locations across LAView Map

LA Sanitation Blog

Acting Local, Impacting Global Image

That candy wrapper floating down the sidewalk in the breeze may seem like a fairly local problem, one that could be solved here and now. But, when that same little piece of plastic makes its way to the LA River and flows into the Pacific Ocean it can be carried to distant parts of the…

LASAN Secures Funding for Four Regional Stormwater Capture Projects Image

LA Sanitation and Environment (LASAN) is pleased to announce that four LASAN multi-benefit stormwater capture projects were approved for LA County’s Safe Clean Water 2021-22 Regional Program funding totaling $50.7 million at the September 15, 2021 Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors meeting.   Funded by Measure W, the special parcel tax approved by Los Angeles…

Community Clean Up Champions Image

Whether you’re a seasoned litter picker upper or simply looking for a great way to get involved with your local community, Los Angeles is home to many fantastic volunteer organizations and initiatives all working to keep our streets clean. Each of these groups allows residents like you to make a difference and have some fun…

Safe Clean Water Program: Focus on LA’s Lankershim Boulevard Project Image

If you’re a resident of the San Fernando Valley, you learn which streets to avoid when it’s raining. You know which streets become flooded, which streets are almost impassable, which streets create challenges and dangers for both vehicles and pedestrians. Lankershim Boulevard has historically been one of those streets. But what if there were a…

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