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Our Commitment to the Local Communities We Serve

In addition to meeting our customers’ needs and “adding value at every stop” our employees are also dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in the communities they serve. Employees participate in hometown activities and charities. We often donate services, staff time and funds to support civic projects.

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Reducing Our Environmental Footprint
Republic Services recognizes its responsibility to minimize its environmental footprint in the communities it serves. Waste that is collected by our collection divisions is brought back to our Material Recovery Facilities so that recyclables can be removed from the waste stream and turned back into useful products. Besides saving natural resources, this helps extend the life of our landfills.

  • The collection and processing technology at our Material Recovery Facilities helps make it easy for residents, businesses and contractors to “Go GREEN”.  

  • Pioneers in the industry, we have been recycling for more than five decades, establishing the first residential collection program in California to provide fully automated curbside collection for solid waste and commingled recyclables.

  • Innovators in the solid waste business, our state of the art processing facility allows us to divert waste from local landfills and ensures that we can indemnify our cities and recover the maximum amount of recyclables from our local waste stream. Click here to learn more.

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We established one of the first residential collection programs in California to provide fully automated curbside collection for solid waste and commingled recyclables.

We operate one of the largest material recovery facilities in the nation; where thousands of tons of recyclables are processed each day.


Contractors and Developers - Green Building

Our team of “GREEN” specialists help contractors obtain LEED certification on their projects.  Job-site waste is collected in our collection trucks and brought back to the CVT or Inland Regional MRF, maximizing the recovery of recyclables from your project.  This “full-service” collection and processing method makes it easy for contractors to manage job site waste and feel good about going “GREEN”.

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  • Green Building
  • LEED Certification
  • Commingled Collection
  • Source Separated Collection
  • Balers and Compactors

If you are a contractor applying for the LEED Certification, contact us before starting your project so we can partner with you to ensure your job site achieves its Green Building goals.  Here are few of our construction services.

  • Commingled Recycling Collection - Commingled collection allows for multiple types of construction material to be mixed together in a single container. This waste is often referred to as C&D, construction and demolition waste. This collection method reduces labor and eliminates the need for multiple containers on site. 

  • Source Separated – This type of collection requires materials to be separated into containers by debris types.  This method yields the highest diversion but requires on-site labor and additional room for containers.

  • Balers and Compactors - With a full line of balers and compactors we have what your business needs to manage its waste. Our team of  “recycling specialists” help take the guess work out of choosing the right disposal and recycling equipment for your job site and/or business.  Click here to learn more.

  • Container Rentals - Our large inventory of collection and storage containers are sure to meet your projects needs.  Click here to learn more.

  • Business Recycling - Waste is collected via specialized routing programs that maximize recovery of recyclable materials from large and small businesses. Thousands of our customers have selected CVT Recycling to manage their recycling efforts including customized services and equipment. Click here to learn more.

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We offer a full line of waste and recycling equipment to help manage your business needs.
  • Reducing Emissions - Residual waste from our Material Recovery Facility is consolidated and transported via semi trucks to the local landfills. Transporting waste in semi trucks decreases the number of vehicles necessary to haul the residual waste to the landfill.  This helps reduce pollution and congestion on our local roads and freeways.
  • LNG and CNG Vehicles - In addition to making sure we operate and process waste efficiently, many of our collection trucks are powered by LNG and CNG fuel which reduces emissions and helps keep the air clean in the communities we serve.

  • Fueling Station - Our fueling station, Anaheim Truck Depot, offers LNG/CNG to the fleet managers and the general public, making alternative fuel more accessible to everyone. Click here to learn more.

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We care about the environment and reducing pollution in the communities we serve.

Recycling in the Community

Mini drop-off recycling centers are available at the following schools and community centers throughout the City of Fullerton. The proceeds generated from aluminum cans, newspapers and bottles collected at these sites are returned to the schools and Senior Center.

Commonwealth Elementary 2200 E. Commonwealth Ave.
Fern Drive Elementary 1400 W. Fern Ave.
Hermosa Drive Elementary 400 E Hermosa Dr.
Ladera Vist Jr. High 1700 E. Wilshire Ave.
Laguna Road Elementary 300 Laguna Rd.
Pacific Drive Elementary 1501 W. Valencia Dr.
Raymond Elementary 517 N. Raymond Ave.
Richman Elementary 700 S Richman Ave.
Sunset Lane Elementary 2030 Sunset Ln.
Valencia Park Elementary 3441 W. Valencia Dr.
Woodcrest Elementary 435 W. Baker Ave.
Nicholas Jr. High 1100 W. Olive Rd.
Fullerton College Child Care 321 E. Chapman Ave.
Senior Center/Amerige Park 340 W. Commonwealth Ave.

Things You Can Do To “Go GREEN”

  • Participate in your commingled home collection program
  • Make sure you don’t contaminate your yard waste or commingled recyclables with trash
  • Take recyclables to your local recycling center
  • Give magazines and books to someone else to read
  • Stop “Junk Mail” contact your local United States Post Office
  • Buy recycled products to create a sustainable market for recyclables
  • Donate gently used items to charity
  • Recycle at work

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