Each Fall Palm Springs Disposal Services (PSDS) provides residents the opportunity to dispose of unwanted trash and debris.
For over thirty years Palm Springs Disposal has been active in encouraging residents in the removal of large unwanted items through their Annual Spring (April) and Fall (October) Clean-up.
On average 150 tons of appliances, furniture and miscellaneous debris are disposed of each year through these events.
For more information to find out how you can participate, you may contact Palm Springs Disposal Services automated telephone system by dialing 327-1351 extension 505, available 24 hours a day or visit their website by clicking here.
Roll-Off Debris Boxes are Available Saturday ONLY
Large roll-off debris boxes will be available Saturday of Clean Up week in the north parking lot of City Hall. Access into the lot will be off of Civic Drive. PSDS will have personnel available to assist the elderly or handicapped with off loading their vehicle.
Backyard Composting Class
This program has been developed to aid the residents of Riverside County in composting their organic material, so that we can all recycle more and discard less.
For more information on this event and to find out how you can participate, you may contact Riverside County Waste Management Department by dialing 951-486-3200 or 800-366-SAVE, you may also visit their website by clicking here.
Electronic Waste Disposal and Document Shredding
Want to get rid of broken computers, televisions or cell phones? If it has a plug, it most likely can be recycled. At this twice yearly event, residents and businesses can recycle computers and monitors, keyboards and printers, cell phones, microwaves, televisions, fax machines and personal assistant devices (PDA’s). All electronic equipment received at the event is dismantled and recycled. Any information stored on hard drives or cell phones is destroyed during the processing.
Protect Yourself Against Identity Theft
Identity theft is on the rise. Protect yourself and destroy unneeded documents containing confidential information at the City’s twice yearly free document shredding event. All shredded materials are recycled to make products such as compost, tissue and other paper products.