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New Solid Waste Contract (2020)

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Changes to Waste Management Services

On February 5, 2019, City Council awarded the City of Manhattan Beach’s next solid waste franchise agreement to Waste Management.  The new contract with Waste Management (WM) is scheduled to begin July 1, 2020. Click on each of the areas below to learn more about the changes coming to solid waste services and billing.

Residential 30 day notice: provides an overview of the core residential changes in the new Waste Management contract beginning July 1, 2020.

Commercial 30 day notice: provides an overview of the core commercial business changes in the new Waste Management contract beginning July 1, 2020.

New Refuse Billing Procedure
Residential Food Waste Program Changes
Plastics Recycling Changes
Rate Change for Commercial Business Recycling
Increased Number of FREE Paper Shredding Events
Increased Number of FREE Bulky-Item Pick-Ups Annually
Downtown Refuse Maintenance Enhancement Plan Working Group
Highland Ave. Collection Restrictions During Peak Travel Times
New 20 Gallon Grey Trash Cart Available
FREE School Recycling Continues