Newbury Park - Service Area 7

E.J. Harrison & Sons is proud to have served most of the communities in Ventura County for nearly 85 years. Founded in 1932, we will soon celebrate our 90th anniversary in business. We owe great thanks for our success to our dedicated employees, many of whom have served the company for more than 40 years.

Trash is limited to what fits in the barrel.
Basic service: 96-gallon trash barrel; 64-gallon recycle; 96-gallon yard waste.

There is weekly trash, recycle and yard waste pickup.

Newbury Park residents are allowed 2 free bulky item pickups at no charge twice each calendar year (total of 4 bulky items).

A discount is offered to those age 62 and over. Mail-in proof is required.

For pricing or other information, call 805-647-1414 or 1-800-41-TRASH. Restart fee applies (if service is canceled and later restarted).


Service Area 7 – Unincorporated Newbury Park

About Unincorporated Newbury Park
Newbury Park lies partially within the city of Thousand Oaks and also includes an unincorporated area of southeastern Ventura County’s Conejo Valley. The area was inhabited by the Chumash Indians and contains many ancient burial sites, most near the Santa Monica Mountains in the southern portion of the community.

Newbury Park is named after Egbert Starr Newbury, who owned thousands of acres of land in the Conejo Valley in the 1870s. Newbury and his wife Fannie moved to California from Michigan in 1871. He became the first postmaster in the Conejo Valley in 1875.

Set in the rolling hills amid winding roads and hiking trails, Newbury Park has had an increasing population due to its natural beauty as well as the presence of many nearby biotechnology firms and technology corporations, including Amgen and Baxter.


Gold Coast Recycling & Transfer Station

Gold Coast Recycling and Transfer Station

www.goldcoastrecycling.com
Phone: 805-642-9236

Waste diversion is the first priority of Gold Coast Recycling and Transfer Station, located at 5275 Colt St. in Ventura. It has helped all client cities surpass state recycling mandates by offering a wide variety of services, including the following:

Gold Coast Recycling hours of operation are 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays, 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays, and closed Sundays.

Gold Coast’s Recycle Buy-Back Center is open from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday; closed Sundays.


Agromin

Agromin

www.agromin.com
Phone: 1-800-AGROMIN (247-6646)

You know all those grass clippings, tree branches and leaves that you place in your brown green-waste container? For the past two decades, Harrison Industries trucks have transported them to our strategic partner Agromin Premium Soil Products, which each year uses cutting-edge technology to convert almost 380,000 tons of the green waste materials into its organic mulches, compost, wood chips and other products that naturally fertilize plants and trees.

Agromin has more than 240 premium soil products and sells them at 41 retail locations in Ventura County and throughout Southern California. These products save water, help reduce soil erosion and reduce the use of non-organic fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides – making our air and water cleaner.

In addition to the retail locations, Agromin offers its products online.

Agromin also is in the process of transforming its existing green waste compost facility on its 9.6-acre site in the Santa Clara Valley into a 26-acre Biogenic Energy Park that will convert food waste into biogenetic renewable energy. The facility will help accommodate the residential curbside food waste recycling program that Harrison is in the process of implementing, in compliance with state laws.

As stewards of our environment, Agromin is committed to the protection and renewal of our soil resources, to build a more sustainable future and greener world – for us, for our children and for generations to come.


Household Hazardous Waste Recycling

HHW includes oil-based paints; pool and photo chemicals; pesticides and insecticides; cleaning solvents; fertilizers; fluorescent light tubes; and medical sharps.

Newbury Park residents can safely dispose of HHW on Fridays and Saturdays (except most major holiday weekends), from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the city of Thousand Oaks’ HHW facility, at 2010 Conejo Center Drive, Newbury Park. E-waste is also accepted. Appointments are required and can be made online. Call 805-449-SAVE for more information.

Quantity limits: 15 gallons or 125 pounds of waste per visit.

The following items are not accepted: fireworks; smoke detectors; radioactive and medical waste; explosive materials; compressed gas cylinders; tires; appliances with freon; and trash.


Medical Sharps Recycling

Residents of the Conejo Valley and other areas of Ventura County can bring their used needles and lancets (sharps) to the Los Robles Regional Medical Center, at 215 W. Janss Road in Thousand Oaks, for proper and convenient disposal. No appointments are required, but disposal must take place during regular business hours, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and 8 a.m. to noon Saturdays. All sharps must be in sharps containers. (The hospital can provide containers to those who don’t have them.) Call 805-370-4441 for more information. (No expired medications and no animal sharps will be accepted.)