CITY OF REDONDO BEACH
For general information:
Solid Waste and Recycling
(310) 318-0686, ext. 4193.
For a copy of a construction permit application, click:
For a copy of a building permit application, click:
For a copy of a street permit application, click:
Weekly Trash Disposal:
Athens Services, the City's franchise waste hauler, is the largest recycler in the Los Angeles County. Athens is committed to helping Redondo Beach divert 75% of its waste from the landfill through expanded recycling programs and a new Curbside Compost Collection Program.
Types of hazardous material:
- Paint and paint products
- Drain openers
- Household cleaning products
- Wood and metal cleaners and polishes
- Herbicides and pesticides
- Fungicides/wood preservatives
- Automotive Products (Antifreeze, motor oil, fluids)
- Grease and rust solvents
- Fluorescent lamps
- Mercury (thermometers & thermostats)
- Cathode Ray Tubes (TV/Computer Monitors)
- Pool & Spa Chemicals
Hazardous material disposal sites:
FREE PERMANENT DROP-OFF FACILITY
S.A.F.E. COLLECTION CENTER
1400 NORTH GAFFEY ST
SAN PEDRO, CA 90021
OPEN SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M. EXCEPT HOLIDAYS AND RAINY DAYS. NOTE THAT, STARTING JULY 1, 2010, SAFE CENTERS WILL NO LONGER BE OPEN ON FRIDAYS. THERE IS A LIMIT OF SIX (6) ELECTRONIC ITEMS PER VISIT.
- OR -
HYPERION TREATMENT PLANT
S.A.F.E. COLLECTION CENTER
7660 West Imperial Highway, Gate B
Playa Del Rey, CA 1-800-988-6942
Hours of Operation: Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
The City of Redondo Beach (City) adopted a recycling program for construction and demolition wastes in December 2004. The purpose of the program is to provide an incentive to encourage the diversion (recycling or reuse) of specific materials that represent a large percentage of the City's overall waste stream, and to comply with the State mandate.
- Any contractor, builder, demolition hauler, and or resident that applies for a demolition permit is required to submit a Waste Management Plan (WMP) and a performance deposit.
- No more than 25% of the 50% diversion rates can be achieved through the recycling or reuse of inert materials.
- The deposit is fully refundable if at least 50% of all wastes generated during the demolition are diverted from landfills, and appropriate documentation is provided to the City.
- Construction or building permitees will be required to submit a recycling report after construction is completed.
- Please note that submittal and approval of an accurate and complete WMP is a precondition to issuance of any demolition permit. Submit the completed WMP to the Public Works Department with your completed demolition permit application. This booklet will guide you through this process, and explain the WMP, the mechanism for refund, and the documentation required. There are four easy steps to follow to assure compliance with the program, and may ultimately save you money through reduced waste disposal costs.
- Inert Materials: Asphalt, Brick, Concrete, Dirt, Glass, Rock.
- Non-Inert Materials: Cardboard, Dry Wall, Green Waste, Metals, Wood.
For a WMP application, click here.