CHOOSE TO REUSE

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CURBSIDE Organics

The City manages one of the most popular growing reuse programs across the country. The curbside organics green curb carts are available by calling 761-7977 for a monthly fee of only $3 per month. The green carts are collected every Wednesday except during the week of City holidays.

ACCEPTABLE ORGANIC MATERIAL


Grass clippings, tree trimmings, kitchen food, waste and paper products, such as, junk mail, cardboard, newspaper, paper plates and cups, chip board and magazines.

NOT ORGANIC MATERIAL


Plastic bags, dirt, rocks, concrete, metal, coals, hot ash, Styrofoam, rubber, plastic, glass, aluminum cans, bottles, garden hoses, spray can, paint, solvents, flammable liquids or oil.

COMPOST GIVE-AWAY


This material is then turned into top-quality compost available to program participants twice a year FREE during the compost events held on the first Saturday in April and October.

CHOOSE TO DROP IT


LIST OF DROP-OFF Locations
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Newspaper and Glass Only

Fire Station One
1001 Bluff
Fire Station Two
425 Bonner
Fire Station Three
3800 Brewster
Fire Station Four
5512 Castle Rd.
Fire Station Five
506 Beverly Dr.
Fire Station Six
4912 Johnson Rd.
Fire Station Seven
2800 City View Dr.
Fire Station Eight
2000 SW Parkway
Wal Mart
2700 Central Freeway
United Market Street
4590 Kell Blvd.
United Supermarket
2522 Old Iowa Park Rd.

Newspaper, Glass, and Aluminum and #1 & #2 Plastics 

Transfer Station
3200 Lawrence Rd.

Sanitation Offices
200 Sunset

Recycling Metal

Aluminum, copper, brass and steel are accepted at the City's Landfill. Items such as portable buildings, BBQ grills, metal chair frames, cans, wire, siding, etc. are accepted.
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Recycling Appliances


Stoves, washers and dryers are accepted at the Transfer Station and Landfill.

Refrigerators, freezers and air conditioners are only accepted at the Landfill where a certified technician is able to remove the Freon.

Recycling Computers


The State of Texas operates the Texas Computer Equipment Recycling Program.

Learn more about the program by visiting the TCEQ's Electronic Recycling site.