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Contact Environmental Services at (626) 384-5480 for information on the following programs:

logo finalWaste Collection & Recycling; Household Hazardous Waste and E-Waste Disposal; Composting, Water Conservation and Drought Tolerant Gardens; Sharps and Pharmaceuticals Disposal; Used Motor Oil & Filters Recycling; Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and alternative vehicle fueling; Storm Water Pollution Prevention and Water Quality, Energy Conservation and Sustainability.

 
News and Upcoming Events PDF Print E-mail

Savings by Design for Nonresidential New Construction Projects

Beverage Container Recycling Program Changes

LA County PACE Financing Program Available for Covina Property Owners/Managers

Click here for the NEW 2013 Covina Refuse, Recycling and Street Sweeping Guide

Energy Upgrade California Rebate Program plus NEW 2% loan available.

Household Hazardous Waste and Electronic Waste Collection Events

Smart Gardening Workshops

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Sharps Collection and Disposal Programs: Sharps Kiosk

Sharps Collection and Disposal Programs: Sharps Mail-back Kit

 
Environmental Services Section PDF Print E-mail

Mission Statement

The Environmental Services Section's goals are to achieve the highest possible level of environmental quality for Covina residents and businesses and to comply with all state and federal environmental regulations affecting Covina. These are accomplished by implementing beneficial, cost effective and convenient environmental and waste management programs.

 

Major Responsibilities of the Environmental Services Section

 

For more environmental information, please visit the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works environmental resources website at www.888CleanLA.com.

 

Contact Information

125 E. College Street
Covina, CA 91723-2199
(626) 384-5480
FAX (626) 384-5479
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Operating hours for Covina City Hall are Monday - Thursday from 7 am - 6 pm.  City Hall is closed every Friday.

 

 

 
New Sharps Drop-off Kiosk PDF Print E-mail

ANNOUNCING

NEW!   KIOSK FOR SHARPS DROP-OFF

24 HOURS/7 DAYS PER WEEK

 

The City of Covina, Environmental Services Section, applied for a Household Hazardous Waste Sharps Grant from CalRecycle and was awarded the grant on May 15, 2013.  The award included the receipt and installation of a sharps kiosk and a supply of sharps containers for Covina city residents. Sharps are needles, syringes, and lancets.

 

Kiosk Location: In Front of Covina City Hall, 125 E. College Street, Covina, CA 91723

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Industrial Waste Permit (Non-Domestic Waste Water) PDF Print E-mail

The City of Covina is required, by State mandate, to protect the health and safety of the public while ensuring that the wastewater collection systems and treatment plants are not unduly impacted by discharges from industrial users.


An industrial user is a discharger of any water bearing waste other than domestic wastewater or of wastewater generated from household-type operations performed at commercial establishments for, or to support, commercial purposes. Businesses that are industrial users are required to obtain a Non-Domestic Wastewater Disposal Permit from the City of Covina.


Existing and new businesses in the City of Covina are required to review the requirements set forth in the Industrial Waste Program Ordinance as specified by Ordinance No. 08-1953 and amended with Ordinance No. 10-1982 in Title 13 of the Covina Municipal Code and determine if they are required to comply with the ordinance. Examples of businesses that are required to apply for an industrial wastewater discharge permit are (but not limited to) metal finishing and plating shops, car washes, food service establishments, (restaurants, supermarkets, bakeries, etc.) laundries and printed circuit board manufacturers.


Please contact Environmental Services Division of the Public Works Department if you have questions or are not sure if you are required to apply for a permit. To find out more about the permit, click here.

 
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