MAY 17, 2008

By Don Shubert, SRV MAC

The Ventura County Integrated Waste Management Division,
the Ventura County Probation Department,
Consolidated Disposal Service,
and the Santa Rosa Valley Municipal Advisory Council
invite you to participate in the
Santa Rosa Valley Community Beautification Day

When: Saturday, May 17, 2008   8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Where: Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School, 13282 Santa Rosa Rd.

Take advantage of this FREE opportunity to recycle the following materials:

You may also bring hard-to-handle items to the event for disposal. However, we cannot accept refrigerators, propane tanks or hazardous waste*.

Every year, Consolidated Disposal Service offers their customers one FREE PICK-UP of no more than two bulky items, at your home. Items can include couches, bikes, toilets, etc. If you haven't used your annual bulky item collection yet this year and you would like to, Santa Rosa Valley residents must call Consolidated Disposal Service Industries at (805) 648-1538 to schedule an appointment for pick-up.

Unincorporated County - Santa Rosa Valley residents can dispose of household hazardous waste (HHW) at:

Clean Harbors, located in the City of Camarillo and open to residents on the 2nd Friday and Saturday of the month (call 805/987-0717 to schedule an appointment);

City of Thousand Oaks HHW collection events, which are held the first Saturday of every month (call 805/449-7283 or click on to schedule an appointment); or

At the County's Pollution Prevention Center, open the 4th Saturday of the month (exempt May, November & December, call 805/658-4323 to schedule an appointment). Materials accepted include paint, solvents, household cleaners, pool chemicals, automotive products, motor oil and filters, and household and automotive batteries. (Please note: It is unlawful to transport more than 15 gallons or 125 pounds of household hazardous waste, or more than 9 tires at any one time.)

If you have any questions or need more information about the May 17th event, please call the Ventura County Integrated Waste Management Division at (805) 658-4320.

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