Waste Management of Orange County Waste and Recycling Service Delayed By One Day

Waste Management of Orange County’s curbside residential trash and recycling and commercial pick-up schedule will be delayed by one day beginning on Wednesday, July 4 and throughout the week in observance of Independence Day.
 
 
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July 2, 2012 - PRLog -- Waste Management of Orange County’s curbside residential trash and recycling and commercial pick-up schedule will be delayed by one day beginning on Wednesday, July 4 and throughout the week in observance of Independence Day. This means customers who normally receive service on Wednesday will instead receive service one day later, and so on throughout the week, with Friday’s customers receiving service on Saturday.

Customers in the following cities should place their carts out for pick-up one day later than usual, beginning Thursday, July 5, through Saturday, July 7:
•   Costa Mesa
•   Irvine
•   La Habra
•   Laguna Beach
•   Lake Forest
•   Foothill Ranch
•   Portola Hills
•   Mission Viejo
•   Newport Coast (in Newport Beach)
•   Santa Ana
•   Communities in unincorporated Orange County, including Coto de Caza, Cowan Heights, Emerald Bay, Las Flores, Lemon Heights, Modjeska Canyon, North Tustin, Orange Park Acres, Silverado Canyon and Trabuco Canyon

All Waste Management of Orange County operations will be closed, including transfer stations in Irvine and Orange, on Wednesday, July 4, with normal operations resuming on Thursday, July 5. The Recycling Centers and Transfer Stations will be open Saturday, July 7.

Customer service is available at 1-866-WM RECYCLE.

ABOUT WASTE MANAGEMENT
As North America’s largest provider of waste and environmental services, Waste Management is on a quest for environmental performance, to maximize resource value and minimize environmental impact. Waste is a valuable resource. Waste Management takes innovative steps to maximize and recover the resource that is in waste. To learn more visit www.wmorangecounty.com and www.thinkgreen.com. Or, engage with Waste Management on Facebook and Twitter.
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