Curbside recycling has the highest participation in the history of the program. Read more here.
On Saturday, May 7 from 7 AM until 1:30 PM, the cities of Hewitt, Lacy Lakeview, Lorena, Waco and Woodway will sponsor a household hazardous waste collection event at 501 Schroeder Drive. Residents from the five cities may bring unwanted household chemicals, small electronics, batteries and fluorescent bulbs and CFLs, up to 10 tires off the rims, oil and paint to the collection site for proper disposal or recycling. Residents must bring a driver’s license and water bill from their city of residence.
Please BE PREPARED TO WAIT IN LINE!
Only For Residents of Waco, Hewitt, Lacy Lakeview, Lorena, and Woodway
For more Information: City of Waco Solid Waste Services
(254) 299-2612 or Waco-texas.com
Friday, March 25 - Spring Holiday. The Solid Waste Offices and Cobbs Recycling Center will be closed. The Landfill will be closed to the public but will accept franchise haulers until 4:30 p.m.
Friday’s trash will be collected on Wednesday, Mar. 23rd
Summary of solid waste ordinances in Waco: click here for helpful information for Waco residents!
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed holidays and weekends)
Customer Service (254) 299-2612
Residential Services: (254) 299-2612
Commercial Services & Sales: (254) 299-2612
Cobbs Recycling Center: (254) 751-8536
Landfill: (254) 299-2620
To Report Illegal Dumping: (254) 299-2611
All other inquiries: (254) 299-2612
Para informacion en Espanol: (254) 299-2612
Remember: Recycle and yard waste pick-up is every other week.
During city recognized holidays, your normal trash and recycling collection day may change.
•Holiday on Monday, trash collection on Wednesday.
•Holiday on Tuesday, trash collection on Wednesday.
•Holiday on Thursday, trash collection slides on Wednesday, one day earlier.
•Holiday on Friday, trash collection on Wednesday, two days earlier.
The Solid Waste Department provides environmentally sound and cost effective waste management services in the form of residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional garbage collection and disposal that are an essential need of the community. These services are provided to approximately 36,000 residential and 4,600 commercial customers. A city owned and operated 237-acre landfill is managed for the end disposal of wastes originating in Waco and surrounding region. The department is a self-supporting entity that is not funded by city tax dollars. Funds for the department come from Solid Waste service fees.