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Recycling services available at

Covina City Hall

The following items can be dropped off at Covina City Hall, 125 E College Street, during regular City hours for recycling:

  • Ink Jet Cartridges
  • Household Batteries
  • Small portable electronics (cell phones, rechargeable batteries, etc.)
  • Eyeglasses

 

 Drop-off locations for recyclables

Cardboard and paper items can be dropped off at the Recycling Center located just north of the City Yard at 534 S Barranca.

Bottles and Cans can be recycled for cash.

 

Ways to Reduce Green Waste

Composting

Composting, nature's own way of recycling, is the controlled decomposition of organic material such as leaves, twigs, grass clippings, and vegetable food scraps.  In order to facilitate composting, Covina residents are eligible to receive a free compost bin and a free kitchen scrap compost pail by attending a Smart Gardening Workshop held in Covina.  Contact the Environmental Services Section to reserve your bin and pail.

Upcoming composting classes Additional composting information Gardening and composting instructional videos What is compost?

Grass Recycling/Grasscycling

Grasscycling is the natural recycling of grass by leaving clippings on the lawn when mowing. Grass clippings will quickly decompose, returning valuable nutrients to the soil.  Beautify your lawn and reduce waste at the same time!

Grasscycling Tips Additional Grasscycling Information More About Organic Materials

Construction and Demolition Recycling

Covina C&D Recycling Requirements Covina C&D Recycling Steps Covina Recycling Plan Form Covina Recycling Report Form

C&D Recycling Facilities - To find facilities that collect specific types of construction and demolition debris for reuse or recycling,  click here:  C&D Recycling Facilities in LA County.

 Product Reuse

California Materials Exchange (CalMAX)

Los Angeles County Materials Exchange (LACoMAX)

Environmental Section

Trash/Refuse Air Quality Energy Efficiency, Conservation & Sustainability Stormwater Pollution Prevention