Family… Community… Environment
Advance Disposal Co. & Recycling Center
P.O. Box 400997
17105 Mesa St., Hesperia, CA 92340-0997
Phone: (760) 244-9773
Fax: (760) 244-1688
In order to better serve our customers, we ask that the following Rules and Regulations in conjunction with the City and County Ordinances, be observed:
a. Motor oil and antifreeze
b. Paint products and paint thinner
c. Pool chemicals and chemical solvents
d. Batteries (all types) e. Space heaters and thermostats
f. Fluorescent lighting tubes
g. Flammable or combustable materials
h. Toxic or corrosive waste
i. Compressed gas cylinders
j. Computer monitors and televisions
k. Computers, printers, VCRs or other electronic waste
Residents may take these items to the following County of San Bernardino Household Hazardous Waste Facility for proper disposal:
Hesperia Fire Station 17443 Lemon Street, Hesperia, CA 92345 1-800-OILY-CAT
Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
5. The Hesperia Fire Station WILL NOT accept the following items:
a. Business/commercial waste
c. Radioactive materials
d. Furniture and appliances
e. Asbestos, reactives and explosives
For non-residential and business waste disposal, call 1-800-OILY-CAT or 1-800-CLEANUP for assistance.
County customers please contact our office regarding e-waste dispsoal such as computer monitors,
televisions, VCR's, printers, stereos, etc. These items may be picked up from your home by appointment.
6. Accounts not paid in full may be subject to a collection process. Monthly service charges may continue to be added
to your account along with finance charges and other collection charges as applicable.
7. Property owners are ultimately responsible for their tenant's trash service. The property is subject to liens if unpaid.
Please click here for a link to the City of Hesperia Municipal Code, Title 8 Health & Safety, Chapter 8.04 Garbage and Refuse Collection and Disposal Sections.
Please click here for a link to the County of San Bernardino County Ordinance, Title 3 Health and Sanitation Regulations, Division 3 Environmental Health, Chapter 8 Waste Management, Articles 33.0 Storage and Refuse Collection and Disposal Sections.
The State of California implemented Assembly Bill 939 "The Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989" to regulate solid waste management and establish integrated waste management guidelines. These priorities are: source reduction, recycling and composting, and environmentally safe transformation and land disposal. The following are major provisions for AB 939: