Current Residential Recycling Programs

Counties

Kaufman County Recycling
Parker County

Cities

City of Allen Recycling
City of Arlington Recycling
City of Azle
City of Bedford
City of Benbrook Recycling
City of Burleson Recycling
City of Carrollton Recycling
City of Cedar Hill Recycling
City of Cleburne Recycling
City of Colleyville
City of Coppell Recycling
City of Dallas Recycling
City of Dalworthington Gardens Recycling
City of Denton Recycling
City of DeSoto
City of Duncanville
City of Euless Recycling
City of Farmers Branch Recycling
City of Forney
City of Fort Worth Recycling
City of Frisco Recycling
City of Garland
City of Glenn Heights
City of Grand Prairie Recycling
City of Grapevine Recycling
City of Greenville
City of Haltom City
City of Highland Village
City of Irving Recycling
City of Keller
City of Lewisville Recycling
City of Mansfield
City of McKinney Recycling
City of Melissa Recycling
City of Mesquite Recycling
City of North Richland Hills Recycling
City of Plano Recycling
City of Richardson Recycling
City of Rowlett Recycling
City of Southlake Recycling
City of Terrell
City of The Colony Recycling
City of University Park
City of Waxahachie
City of Weatherford Recycling
City of Willow Park
Town of Addison
Town of Flower Mound Recycling
Town of Little Elm
Town of Trophy Club

Curbside Recycling

Most programs collect the basics: bottles, cans and newspaper. Some take plastic, cardboard, and mixed paper. If your city has a curbside recycling program, you’ll need to get the proper container to hold your recyclables. Some cities use bags and others use bins. Check with your recycling coordinator on the specifics of your services.

Drop-off Centers

These are centers where you drop off your recycled materials. They can be as simple as a few newspaper and can bins (also called igloos) at a park or an intersection, or as complex as a staffed recycling facility. Before you deliver any material to a drop off location, please contact them first to verify they are open.

At most drop-off centers, you can leave beverage containers, newspaper and corrugated cardboard. Some centers accept a wider variety of materials which could include other grades of paper, metals, used motor oil, and so on.

Many cities hold Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events or have Reuse Centers to collect products such as drain and window cleaners, FLOOR and furniture polishes, disinfectants, nail polish and nail polish remover, antifreeze, motor oil, paint, paint thinner and strippers, fertilizers, pesticides, weed killers, moth balls, and batteries.

Apartment Recycling

For more information on apartment recycling in your area, contact your city's recycling coordinator. If you seek information about recycling in a particular apartment complex, contact your apartment leasing office.

Many apartment residents frequently use their city's drop-off and igloo sites for their recycling needs.

Questions?

Email us at sbarba@nctcog.org.

 

 

 

 

 

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