Bundles of e-waste are organized in the e-Recycling of California recycling site in Irvine.
A worker at the e-Recycling of California e-waste recycling site in Irvine works on recovering materials from pieces of electronic waste, including some that traveled from UCLA.
A piece of electronic waste at the e-Recycling e-waste recycling site in Irvine.
Boxes of e-waste are sorted and organized throughout the facility.
A large mound of waste, including trash that comes from UCLA, piled up at the Allan Company recycling site in Santa Monica.
Recycled materials sit in bins, ready to be weighted and evaluated at the Allan Company recycling site.
A copy of January 11's Los Angeles Times can be seen in one of the piles of trash in the Allan Company recycling site.
A pile of glass bottles sits in a dumpster at the Allan Company site.
A stream of trash flows down the line at the Athens Services Materials Recovery Facility in the City of Industry, where it gets sorted by workers looking for recyclable materials.
Workers scavenge materials from the stacks at the Athens Services Materials Recovery Facility.
Piles of trash are stacked at the Athens Services Materials Recovery Facility. It is one of six sites that handles the massive amount of waste coming from UCLA's campus.
More workers at the Athens Services Facility sift through garbage to find recyclable materials.