Inglewood Launches and Rolls Out Five High-Tech Solar Waste and Recycling Collection Systems


Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts and Council Members are pleased to announce the launch and roll out of five (5) Big Belly Solar Intelligent Waste & Recycling Collection Units and Food Truck Fridays have returned.waste cansThe Big Belly Solar Intelligent Waste and Recycling Collection Unit is a solar-powered trash compactor and companion recycling unit with wireless notification technology used to collect trash and recyclables in public spaces.  Five (5) units will be placed throughout the City of Inglewood.

“With cities pressed by spending cuts and a desire to promote environmental friendly policies and practices, Inglewood is proud to roll out these high-tech waste and recycle collection units,” said Inglewood Mayor James Butts. “These units not only promote an effective innovative way to keep our city clean, but to efficiently collect waste and recyclables in our public spaces.”


  • Northeast corner of Manchester Blvd. and Crenshaw Blvd.
  • Southwest corner of La Brea Ave. and Manchester Blvd.
  • Southeast corner of Centinela Ave. and La Brea Ave.
  • Northeast corner of La Brea Ave. and Century Blvd.
  • Southwest corner of Crenshaw Blvd. and Century Blvd.

Food Trucks on Market Street are Back! food trucks

Get ready everyone…  The food trucks are back!  Starting Friday, August 22, Market St will be filled with a variety of food trucks serving the tastiest food around.  Live entertainment, kid activities and music will also make this an event you won’t want to miss.  Be sure to join us for this family fun-filled event.





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