AB-341 State Requirement to Recycle has taken effect on July 1, 2012, stating the mandatory implementation of a recycling plan by businesses, public entities, and multi-family units in California. To read about the bill and what you can do to stay compliant, please visit our AB-341 page.
City of Irvine Multi-Unit Recycling Program
Many multi-family housing and apartment complexes offer recycling bins as a way to keep waste out of the landfills and to help Irvine reach its goal of Zero Waste.
Some other ways to go Zero Waste include:
- Worm Composting foods scraps and yard waste
- Reusing everyday household items
- Disposing of Household Hazardous Waste at the proper locations
- Recycling at my multi-unit complex
- Recycle to redeem cash with the California Redemption Value (CRV)
Recycle at Your Multi-Unit Complex
If you live in a condominium and have bins, click here for homeowner information.
Click on the appropriate sign for more information:
Recycling Bin Maps
Click here for a list of multi-unit complexes in Irvine that have been mapped to pinpoint the exact location of the recycling bins.
For more information on recycling and trash disposal, you can contact Waste Management of Orange County at 949-642-1191 or by visiting their website at www.wm.com. If your multi-unit complex does not have recycling bins, encourage your Property Manager to contact the Irvine Recycles Hotline 949-724-7669 for information on starting a recycling program.