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Del Mar residents have the option of home collection of materials for a $10 co-payment. For seniors (65+) and/or disabled Del Mar residents, the $10 co-payment is waived. Please call CleanEarth to schedule door-to-door pick-up at 858-481-SAFE (7233).
Residents can utilize permanent hazardous waste collection facilities located in the cities of Poway, Vista and Escondido, as outlined here. Please contact CleanEarth for more information at 858-481-SAFE (7233).
For more information on the Household Hazardous Waste program, please visit the Regional Solid Waste Association website. A visit to the I Love a Clean San Diego website can provide you with many local hazardous waste disposal opportunities.
Many older computer monitors, televisions, and other electronics have a cathode ray tube (CRT) or picture tube that converts electronic signals into visual images. California banned the landfill disposal of CRTs as it contains lead. Although there are no health hazards associated with handling intact, unbroken computer monitors or televisions, it is important to keep them out of our landfills where they can contaminate soil and groundwater.