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<p>Resident disposes of used batteries at Lancaster’s 24-Hour Recycling Center.</p>

Resident disposes of used batteries at Lancaster’s 24-Hour Recycling Center.

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Recycling center receives award from California Resource and Recovery Association

The city of Lancaster received an award from the California Resource and Recovery Association (CRRA) for “Most Outstanding Household Hazardous Waste/Universal Waste and E-Waste Program of 2013,” recognizing the city’s 24-hour recycling center.

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Lancaster to host recycling event

First 250 attendees receive tickets to the Antelope Valley Fair

In order to commemorate the success of Lancaster’s 24-Hour Recycling Center which significantly reduces illegal dumping throughout the Antelope Valley, and to raise awareness about recycling, the city is hosting a free e-waste and used oil, cooking oil, and antifreeze recycling event on Aug. 3-4.