Walnut encourages creating a greener environment for our community. The City is doing its part by using alternative fuel vehicles, installing solar powered lights at bus stops, and using energy efficient facilities. Even the City Council Agendas are paperless. So what are you waiting for, start clicking on the links below and you will be well on your way to making green decisions in your life!
CITY OF WALNUT ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES GUIDE
Click here to view the guide
CA DROUGHT -Click here to learn more.
BULKY ITEM PICK UP: Call-in & Annual Residential Event - Click here for details.
CITY TREE POLICY AND ORDINANCE - Click here for detailed information.
ELECTRONIC WASTE PICK UP: Residential Program - Click here for information.
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL - Click here for information.
CA PAINT STEWARDSHIP LAW: Go to http://www.paintcare.org/ for information on recycling your household paints. The closest PaintCare drop off site to Walnut is:
1165 Wright Way
City of Industry, CA 91748
COMPOSTING - To get information on composting, please see the LA County SmartGardening webpage.
PET WASTE PICK UP ORDINANCE - Click here for details.
LA COUNTY SEWER MAINTENANCE PROGRAM & SERVICES - Click here to learn more.
STREET SWEEPING - Click here
STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION - Click here to learn more.
TRASH & RECYCLING INFORMATION - Click here
COMMERCIAL AND CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS PROCESSING PROGRAM - Click here for information.
USED OIL RECYCLING INFORMATION - Click here for information.
WATER CONSERVATION - Click here to learn more.
ASIAN CITRUS PSYLLID AND HUANGLONGBING TREE DISEASE CONCERNS IN SAN GABRIEL VALLEY - click here for more information.
ASIAN TIGER MOSQUITO & WEST NILE VIRUS CONCERNS IN SAN GABRIEL VALLEY – Click here for more information.
HONEY BEES & BEE HIVE REMOVAL - Click here for more information.
CHRISTMAS TREE RECYCLING - Click here for more information.
COYOTES IN WALNUT
Coyotes are found throughout California and they play an important role in the ecosystem. Without coyotes, the local rodent population would increase unchecked. Understanding and knowledge is the key to coexisting with wild animals such as coyotes. Information related to wild animals is provided by the California Department of Fish and Game.
SPECIAL PROJECTS AND "GREEN" GRANTS - Click here
ENERGY UPGRADE CALIFORNIA™ - Helps Los Angeles County homeowners make home upgrades to reduce energy use, conserve resources and create more comfortable and efficient homes. Participating homeowners may be eligible for up to $4,500 in rebates and incentives. Click here to go to their website.
CALIFORNIA SOLAR INITIATIVE –
Stumped about Solar Energy? Visit SCE's California Solar Initiative website for information and other resources. (Please note this link will take you to the Southern California Edison website)
ENERGY PROGRAMS & INCENTIVES - Click here for information.
"GREEN LINKS" FOR WALNUT RESIDENTS AND COMMERICAL BUSINESSES - Click here
PLASTIC BAG RECYCLING - Click here for more information.
LA COUNTY “SMART GARDENING” - Click here to learn how to have a great looking yard while using less water, energy and wasting fewer resources.
(Please note this link will take you to an external website)
QUICK AND EASY GREEN TIPS - Click here