City of Lawndale's Trash
City of Lawndale's
trash pickup services are being managed by Consolidated Disposal
Service. Should you have any questions or concerns please call
Consolidated Disposal's Customer Service Department at (800)
299-4898 for more information.
New City-Wide Trash Collection Service to Start January 1, 2011
All trash collection in Lawndale, both residential and commercial, will be handled by Consolidated Disposal Service beginning January 1. In response to inquiries from the public, the City has compiled a list of frequently asked questions and the answers to them. Click the heading above to read these FAQs.
Trash Pickup Routes
Disposal will be closed for business on the following holidays:
4th of July
the holiday falls on a weekday, services will be delayed by
one day for the route that falls on that day only. Your regular
schedule will resume the following week. There is no interruption
in service if the holiday is on a Saturday or Sunday.
For example: If the holiday falls on Thursday, then Thursday
services will be provided on Friday together with Friday services.
Missed Collections: In order to ensure that trash,
recyclables and green waste are collected, please have containers
to the curb no later than 6am.
Benefits Provided by Consolidated Disposal Service:
Item Pickup – Single-Family Dwelling Unit
Customers are entitled to an unlimited number of collections,
with a maximum of four items per pickup, or up to 20 bags
of yard waste for no additional charge. Items will be collected
on the customer’s regular collection day. Please call
Consolidated Disposal at (800) 299-4898 48 hours in advance
of your regularly scheduled collection day to schedule your
bulky item collection.
Oil Recycling – Customers may dispose of
up to three one-gallon containers of used motor oil weekly.
Service will occur in conjunction with regular Recyclable
Materials collection. Used oil containers must be tightly
sealed, and filters must be completely
drained and placed in a sealable zip lock bag. Consolidated
Disposal Service will provide containers upon request, or
individuals may pick up containers from the City’s
Public Works Office at 4722 Manhattan Beach Blvd.