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Recycling at multifamily and commercial properties

How Beverly Hills, Burbank, Glendale, Long Beach, Riverside and Santa Monica handle it.

August 13, 2011

A sampling of what some communities do about recycling from multifamily and commercial properties:

Beverly Hills

The city contracts its pickups from commercial and multifamily buildings (three units or more). All properties take part in recycling.

Burbank

The city offers recycling services to multifamily and commercial buildings, but they may choose to contract with private haulers.

Glendale

The city offers recycling services to multifamily buildings and businesses, but they may choose to contract with private haulers.

Long Beach

Residents of complexes up to 10 units can recycle through the city. Commercial enterprises use municipal or private services.

Riverside

The city offers multifamily and commercial services through authorized haulers.

Santa Monica

The city provides recycling services to multifamily buildings. Commercial operations can request recycling services from the city or contract with approved private haulers.

— Mary MacVean

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