LASAN protects the public health and environment while enhancing the quality of life in the City of Los Angeles’ neighborhoods.
LA Sanitation & Environment is dedicated to protecting public health & the environment through our programs and services.
The primary responsibility of LA Sanitation is to collect, clean and recycle solid and liquid waste generated by residential, commercial and industrial users in the City of Los Angeles and surrounding communities. With approximately 2,800 dedicated professional, technical, administrative, craft, clerical and service personnel, LASAN protects the public health and environment and enhances the quality of life in the City of Los Angeles’ neighborhoods.
The Bureau’s budget for 2010-11 total $373.6 million and is funded through three primary programs:
Clean Water Program – $195.2 million
Solid Resources Program – $168.2 million
Watershed Protection Program – $10.2 million