Recycling For Residents

Residential Recycling Programs


  • Contact CR&R's customer service department for specific information on the Residential Recycling Programs listed below:
    • Up to 2 additional Green waste carts at no charge for green waste and stable bedding and manure recycling
    • Up to 2 additional commingled (brown) recycling carts at no charge
    • Bag to Bag Recycling Program
    • Bulky Good Collection Service (2 free pick-ups per year; 4 items per pick-up)
    • E-waste (i.e. computers, TVs, monitors) Collection curbside pick-up service (free of charge) E-waste pick-ups do not count against Bulky Good pick-up and are unlimited per year
    • Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Doorstep pickup of items like fluorescent light tubes, batteries, latex or water based paint, non empty aerosol cans, thermostats, etc. ( 2 free pick-ups per year). 
    • White Good Collection Service for items such as refrigerators, stove, washer, dryers
    • Stable Bedding and Manure Bin Collection Service
    • Holiday Greenery Collection Service

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)


The City of Laguna Hills offers its residents with a HHW Doorstep pickup program as described above under Residential Recycling Programs.  In addition to this service, OC Waste and Recycling provides the following four collection centers for Orange County residents to dispose of HHW materials free of charge.   

  • ​Anaheim Collection Center

1071 N. Blue Gum Street
Anaheim, CA 92806

  • Huntington Beach Collection Center

17121 Nichols Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92647

  • Irvine Collection Center

17121 Nichols Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92647

  • San Juan Capistrano Collection Center

32250 Avenida La Pata
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675


For more information on Orange County HHW collection centers, including hours of operation and acceptable HHW items, call 714-834-4000 or visit OC Waste & Recycling household hazardous waste website.


Universal Waste


Universal Waste is hazardous waste that is widely produced by households and many different types of businesses.  Universal waste includes televisions, computers and other electronic devices as well as batteries, fluorescent lamps, mercury thermostats and other mercury-containing equipment.  All universal waste items can not be disposed in trash.  For more information about Universal Waste visit CalRecycle's Universal Waste website.