CDs and DVDs

Los Angeles residents can place CDs and DVDs in the blue recycling bin because they are made of polycarbonate, which the city says has value in the recycled-materials market. CD jewel cases and DVD movie cases also can be recycled in the blue bin as long as they are empty and the paper sleeves have been removed. The paper sleeves also can be recycled but must be placed separately in the blue bin.<br />
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<strong>Burbank:</strong> No<br />
<strong>Culver City:</strong> No<br />
<strong>Glendale:</strong> Yes<br />
<strong>Irvine:</strong> Yes<br />
<strong>Long Beach:</strong> No<br />
<strong>Los Angeles:</strong> Yes<br />
<strong>Manhattan Beach:</strong> No<br />
<strong>Riverside:</strong> No<br />
<strong>Santa Ana:</strong> Yes<br />
<strong>Santa Barbara:</strong> Yes<br />
<strong>Santa Monica:</strong> No

( Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times )

Los Angeles residents can place CDs and DVDs in the blue recycling bin because they are made of polycarbonate, which the city says has value in the recycled-materials market. CD jewel cases and DVD movie cases also can be recycled in the blue bin as long as they are empty and the paper sleeves have been removed. The paper sleeves also can be recycled but must be placed separately in the blue bin.

Burbank: No
Culver City: No
Glendale: Yes
Irvine: Yes
Long Beach: No
Los Angeles: Yes
Manhattan Beach: No
Riverside: No
Santa Ana: Yes
Santa Barbara: Yes
Santa Monica: No

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