(Simi Valley, Ca) The City of Simi Valley is offering residents the opportunity to dispose of residential cleanup material for free at the Simi Valley Landfill and Recycling Center located at 2801 N. Madera Road, on Sunday, July 15, 2018, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Residents may bring items large and small, which includes appliances, clean concrete and asphalt, clean wood and green-waste, and construction or demolition material. No commercial waste, hazardous waste, electronics, liquids, tires, household batteries, products containing mercury (such as thermometers and thermostats), or fluorescent light tubes and bulbs will be accepted.
Those who are not residents would be charged the standard gate fee.
Residents are requested to separate recyclable material from trash so it can be recycled and not landfilled.
The California Highway Patrol requires all loads to be covered to prevent spillage.
Proof of Simi Valley residency, such as a driver’s license or trash bill with a Simi Valley address, will be required. Residents must unload their own vehicles. A maximum of two loads will be allowed per household. Any residents transporting waste or recyclables in a commercial vehicle are subject to standard gate rate fees which amount to $65.50 per ton. Vehicles are weighed upon entry and exit to establish weight. Further information is available from the Simi Valley Landfill at (805) 579-7267.
For more information, visit the Simi Valley Landfill’s website by clicking here.
See MORE LOCAL NEWS: click here
See MORE CALIFORNIA NEWS: click here
Highway 1 Now Open After Reconstruction Period
The Voice La Voz Welcomes Heather McCarthy to the Writing Team
Amtrak Pacific Surfliner Partners with Disneyland® Resort to Offer Summer Savings to Experience Pixar Fest
VIDEO SERIES: Marriage in Ventura County- Part 1 (Full Interview) 50+ Years of Marriage
California State Supreme Court Takes Proposition 9 (Cal3) off the November Ballot
New Agricultural Commissioner appointed for Ventura County’s $2B Agriculture Economy
Man Found Dead in Westlake Lake
Second Amendment Foundation Sues California DOJ for Faulty Registration System
Former Simi Valley City Manager And Ventura County CEO M.L. “Lin” Koester Passes Away
Luxury Real Estate is Hot Hot Hot
More More, Same Problems: Firms that Provide Counter Offer to Department Employees, Find in Time That They Still Leave.
CVS to help combat Opioid Addiction in Ventura County
S&P/Experian Data Shows Fewer Consumer Credit Defaults For All Loan Types in June 2018
1H 2018 Foreclosure Rates Drop by 23% in Ventura County
Chapman University Finds That California’s Climate Change Agenda Has Impacted State’s Poorest
Like Our News? Sign Up to Receive News Alerts
Interested in Supporting Local News? Click Here for More Information.