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LA Sanitation Launches recycLA

LA Sanitation has launched a new business and multifamily waste collection program, “recycLA.” This trailblazing program will provide waste and recycling services to 80,000 commercial and multifamily accounts in Los Angeles, many of which have not had the opportunity to recycle under the current system.   With Los Angeles being the first city in the U.S.…

Got Bulk?

We’ve all got that old broken filing cabinet or 1980s floral couch or lumpy mattress that is taking up space in our garage and that we’ve been promising ourselves we’ll get rid of some day. That some day has arrived and LA Sanitation wants to help! LA Sanitation is hosting Keep Los Angeles Clean Free Bulky…

Albion Riverside Park Breaks Ground

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Councilmember Gil Cedillo joined City staff and community members on May 6 to break ground on the much-anticipated Albion Riverside Park. The six-acre triangle-shaped project site is situated adjacent to the Los Angeles River, north of Main Street and south of Spring Street. In 2009, the City of Los…

The Rebirth of Our River

We end our year-long series on Los Angeles’ watersheds by focusing on LA’s largest – the Los Angeles River watershed. Father Juan Crespi of the 1769 Spanish Portola expedition was the first to write about the LA River and its surrounding valley, describing “Nuestra Señora de los Angeles de la Porciúncula” as a “beautiful wide…

LA Sanitation Receives Environmental Awards

LA Sanitation received three 2017 National Environmental Achievement Awards (NEAA) on February 6th during NACWA’s 2017 Winter Conference. These prestigious national awards were granted for three different LA Sanitation environmental projects. LASAN received the Operations & Environmental Performance Award for the Avalon Green Alley Network, where abandoned and trash-filled alleys were redeveloped using permeable pavement and native plants…

Avalon Green Alley Network Opens

California State Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer, along with Councilmember Curren D. Price, Jr. of the New 9th, Commissioner Heather Repenning of the Board of Public Works, and other city officials commemorated the opening of the Avalon Green Alley Network with a ribbon cutting, community celebration and resource fair Saturday, October 22. Featured in the New York…

Ballona Creek Prepares For Big And Small Projects

Ballona Creek was a vastly different watershed when Los Angeles became a city in 1781. Researchers believe that the watershed was home to 14,000 acres of wetlands featuring meadows, fresh water ponds and thickets of Willow trees. It even had a different name – Ballena. There is no word “Ballona” in the Spanish language. One…

Discover Your Watershed Moment!

From Los Angeles River to Ballona Creek, from Dominguez Channel to Santa Monica Bay, every Angeleno lives in a watershed and possesses the power to protect it! LA Sanitation’s Watershed Protection Program strives to protect local rivers, creeks, lakes, and beaches. Together we can keep our waterways free of pollution. Let us help you discover…

Fall Into Recycling Your Used Motor Oil

We get it! Life can get the best of you sometimes. It’s often easy to overlook that used motor oil and filter or unwanted paint sitting in the corner of your garage. With fall here, why not turn over a new leaf and commit to cleaning out that garage? Thankfully, LA Sanitation offers a lot…

LA’s Clean Streets Goes High Tech

In an effort to keep more than 9,100 miles of Los Angeles streets and alley clean, Mayor Eric Garcetti recently announced the most comprehensive street-by-street cleanliness assessment system in the U.S. “CleanStat” will use dashcam video footage and GIS data to provide a block-by-block assessments of the entire city every three months. Modeled after LAPD’s…

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