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Free Recycling Centers Available for Motor Oil and Filters

With spring in the air, make sure your vehicle is in top shape for upcoming vacation travel. If you change your own oil, recycle it at no charge at one of over 50 drop-off locations in the County. And don’t forget your oil filters! Read more...

New Materials Exchange Site Launched for Montecito Residents

The new exchange site will facilitate the sharing of usable natural materials, such as rocks, soil, and mulch, and will help reduce homeowners’ disposal costs, as well as limit the amount of debris heading to area landfills. Read more...

Updated Mud Debris Clean-Up Guidelines

For the latest resources available for the disposal of mud and storm debris from private properties, please download our Mud Debris Clean-Up Guidelines. The flyer provides information on local permitted haulers, facilities that can accept the debris, and what to do if you encounter hazardous materials on your property, among other helpful information. Read more...

Montecito Debris Removal FAQs Available

By Feb 08, 2018 in Uncategorized
With answers to questions like, “What do I do with mud, rocks, and other debris on my property?”, our updated Private Property Debris Removal FAQs provide homeowners with comprehensive information on debris clean-up and disposal. Read more...

Thomas Fire Clean-Up Tips & Guidelines

Our hearts go out to those whose homes have been damaged or destroyed by the recent Thomas Fire. As you begin the recovery phase of this disaster, please use our resources to help you plan for hazardous waste clean-up and debris removal from your home. Read more...

Ash Clean-up Guidelines

By Dec 15, 2017 in Uncategorized - Trash
When it’s safe to do so, please remember the three C’s when preparing to clean up ash at your home or business: Control, Contain, and Capture. Once contained, ash can be put in plastic bags and then placed in trash receptacles. Read more...

Normal Trash Collection Schedule Resumes December 14

Normal residential and commercial solid waste collection services will resume for South Coast communities beginning tomorrow, December 14, 2017 with the exception of the areas of the County currently in mandatory evacuation zones. Solid waste facilities will be open as well. Read more...

Facility Closures and Trash Service Delays Due to Thomas Fire

By Dec 07, 2017 in Uncategorized - Recycle, Trash
The County’s South Coast Recycling and Transfer Station, as well as MarBorg’s transfer station in Santa Barbara, will be closed on Friday, December 8 due to hazardous air quality resulting from the Thomas Fire. Trash and recycling service on the South Coast will also be delayed by a day. Read more...

IV Move-Out 2017

By Jun 21, 2017 in Uncategorized - Clean-Ups
Join our Code Enforcement Officer Brad Spencer for an inside glimpse of this year’s Isla Vista Move-Out activities. The Move-Out program helps keep IV’s streets clean and hazard-free. Additionally, it helps prevent furniture arsons, which were once commonplace during this time of year. Read more...

Put a Stop to Unwanted Phone Books

If you no longer use a phone book and don’t want one delivered to your home or business, check out this new video by the Product Stewardship Institute. Then easily opt-out of receiving future books. Read more...
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