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City of Irving Recycling

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Interactive Recycling Map

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Curbside Program


Curbside Recycling Program

  • Once a week recycling pickup for residents receiving city solid waste collection service.
  • Recyclables must be set out by 7 a.m. on recycling day.
  • Be sure to flatten all boxes (unflattened boxes will be treated as trash).
  • Place recyclables at least three feet from the trash.
  • Set trash and recyclables away from sprinkler systems.
  • Use Blue Bags for recycling only.
  • Please don't let bags go over 50 pounds.
  • All items may be placed in the blue bags.
  • Accepted Materials
    Glass containers (unbroken), Aluminum cans, Tin cans, Aerosol cans, Steel cans, Telephone books / paperback books, Paperboard / chipboard, Mixed paper, Paper grocery bags, Newspaper, magazines, catalogs, Corrugated cardboard, #1 Plastic, #2 Plastic, #3 Plastic, #4 Plastic, #5 Plastic, #7 Plastic (other),


    Multi-Family Program



    Hazardous Disposal Program


    The City of Irving is a partner with Dallas County's Household Hazardous Waste Network. Irving residents may participate in the programs offered by the Household Hazardous Waste Network free of charge with proof of residency - current drivers license and utility bill. For more information, visit the City of Irving's website at and click on Solid Waste Services.


    Yard Trimmings Program


    The City of Irving provides weekly collection of brush and bulky waste to residents receiving city solid waste services. The city grinds the brush collected as part of this program into mulch and makes it available for purchase. To learn more about Irving's Mustang Mulch, call Solid Waste Services at 972-721-8059.


    Composting Information


    The City of Irving offers backyard composting education via the Master Composter Training Course (Spring only) and two hour classes (various times throughout the year).


    Electronics Recycling



    Recycling at School




    For more information:

    Fran Witte

    Or visit our official site here