Company Phone Number
Waste Resources of Gardena (WRG) (310) 366-7600 or (888) 467-7600
(310) 366-7600 or (888) 467-7600
  • Household Hazardous Waste/E-Waste
  • Businesses and Apartment Buildings
(310) 366-7600  or (888) 467-7600

Construction Debris and Other Building Materials Removal: WRG (Waste Resources of Gardena) is the only authorized hauler for construction/demolition/grading projects in the City of Gardena. If you are using any other hauler for any construction related project as listed above, you may be subject to legal action and fines. For additional assistance contact WRG at (310) 366-7600.

Waste Resources – Commercial and Multi-Family Recycling Services

Waste Resources of Gardena offers commercial recycling services for businesses and Multi-Family properties within the City of Gardena. Waste Resources offers FREE on-site evaluations aimed at increasing recycling and reducing waste generated.

  • Mandatory Commercial Recycling Law (AB 341):
    State law requires all businesses that generate four (4) or more cubic yards of solid waste per week and all multi-family dwellings with five or more (5+) units to recycle. For more information, please visit:
  • Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling law (AB 1826):
    Starting April 2016, businesses, residential dwellings with five or more (5+) Units, and others must recycle their organic waste based on the amount of waste they produce on a weekly basis. For more information, please visit:

    • Click here to view information on AB1826Mandatory Organics Recycling Law
  • Edible Food Recovery Law (SB 1383): To reduce unnecessary food waste and help address food insecurity, SB 1383 requires that by 2025 the State of California recovers 20 percent of edible food that would have otherwise been sent to landfills and redistribute or donate it to those in need.
    • Click here to view information on SB 1383Edible Food Recovery Law

Cal Max
A free service designed to help businesses find markets for nonhazardous materials they have traditionally discarded. CalMAX helps businesses, industries, and institutions save resources and money.

Habitat for Humanity
Since 1976, Habitat has built more than 50,000 houses with families throughout the United States and another 100,000-plus houses in communities around the world.

LACoMAX is a free service designed to help residents, businesses, and organizations in Los Angeles County find markets for their industrial by-products, surplus materials, and other would-be discards.

Smartbusiness Recycling
The SmartBusiness Recycling website is designed to help businesses reduce the amount of trash they generate and throw away – practices that will save your company money, conserve landfill space, and protect the environment by conserving natural resources.

To LOCATE where HAZARDOUS WASTE can be dropped off, call (888) CLEAN-LA or visit

What CAN be put in your recycle bin:

  • Aluminum Cans
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Clean Plastic Containers #1 – #7
  • Newspapers and Inserts
  • Junk Mail
  • Phone Books
  • Cardboard (flattened)
  • Clean Paper (all types except waxed)
  • Steel Cans
  • Glass Bottles and Jars
  • Magazines
  • Cereal Boxes (liners removed)
  • Clean Plastic Bags and Film Plastic

What CANNOT be put in your recycle bin:

  • Scrap Metal
  • Mirrors
  • Light Bulbs
  • Waxed Paper
  • Ceramics
  • Food
  • Window or Safety Glass
  • Construction Materials
  • Contaminated Paper or Plastics
  • Styrofoam