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  • BEACH ADVISORY LIFTED: Monterey Municipal Beach, Asilomar State Beach, Carmel Beach at Ocean Ave

    Monterey Municipal Beach, Asilomar State Beach, and Carmel Beach at Ocean Ave were posted with an advisory due to high indicator bacteria found in samples taken 8/13/2018. Follow up samples taken on 8/15/2018 reveal that bacteria have subsided to levels considered safe for recreational contact.

    8/16/2018 4:00:00 PM

  • Vaccinating on Time is Important for Disease Protection

    Parents agree feeding and sleep schedules are important to help keep their children healthy. The same goes for childhood immunizations. Vaccinating children on time is the best way to protect them from 14 serious and potentially deadly diseases before their second birthday.

    8/12/2018

  • Monterey County Health Department Clinics Celebrate National Health Center Week 2018

    Monterey County Health Department Clinics are celebrating Seaside Family Health Center’s 25 years of service as part of National Health Center Week 2018. The celebration is part of a national campaign during the week of August 12th-18h to raise awareness about the mission and accomplishments of America’s Health Centers and the dedicated staff who bring health care to the medically underserved

    8/12/2018

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Used Motor Oil & Filter Recycling

Help protect our soil and waters by recycling your used motor oil.

 Oil_Filter_RecyclingUsed motor oil is hazardous to you and our environment. This toxic substance accounts for more than 40 percent of oil pollution in our nation’s waterways.

Used Oil filters contain approximately 10 ounces of used motor oil which makes them hazardous. These filters are prohibited in the landfill and should be properly recycled. Taking advantage of the three convenient ways to recycle and reuse your used motor oil and filters will keep harsh containments from polluting our environment:

Monterey County Garbage Service subscribers with cart service can recycle up to 2.5 gallons of used oil and one filter a week when they use the container and filter bag provided by their garbage company. Call your garbage company for more information on how to obtain one free.

Local garbage company contact information:

Name Area Served Phone

Waste Management:

Serving unincorporated areas and City of King City

1(800) 321-8226

Republic Services of Salinas:

Serving City of Salinas

(831) 755-4840

Monterey Disposal:

Serving City of Monterey

(831) 372-7977

Tri- Cities:

Serving City of Soledad, Gonzales & Greenfield

1(888) 678-6798

Other options:

  • Take it to one of many Certified Collection Centers
  • Take it to your located Household Hazardous Waste Facility (HHW)

For locations call 1-800-cleanup or visit Earth 911. For more information about the Used Oil and Filter Recycling Program call: (831) 755-4579

 

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