Illegal disposal and dumping of waste is a crime. To report illegal landfills, call 817-392-1234. If you observe an illegal spill, call the Non-Emergency Police Dispatch Service at 817-392-4222 to help catch the criminals in action. If you live in Philadelphia, you can drop off oversized trash, yard waste, recycling, and other items at six plumbing centers in the city. No, drop-off stations do not accept motor vehicles or equipment. However, if the boat has been cut into pieces, it will be accepted as normal garbage. Drop-off stations are open to Fort Worth homeowners and some tenants to dispose of garbage, brushes, recyclables, household chemicals, and donated items. To use a drop-off station, present a recent Fort Worth water bill or a current driver`s license with a Fort Worth address to prove you have an active health account. Tenants with an address in Fort Worth can use drop-off stations if they have an up-to-date water bill in Fort Worth. Apartment tenants can only use the stations for recyclable materials. The solid waste department offers three outreach centers in the city where residents and small commercial freight forwarders can deposit their garbage.
The Eagle Rock Help Desk also serves as an additional drop-off point for recycling. Not sure which drop-off station is closest to you? Use the interactive map below and simply enter your address to find the nearest location. No, only residents with a water bill in Fort Worth can use DOS. You cannot send anyone to DOS with your water bill or ID. You must accompany them. Residents are entitled to one free supplement per month. The batteries are self-service and must be secured with a container or tarp to prevent waste while driving. Old Hemphill Road Drop-off Station 6260 Old Hemphill Road If you need to get rid of an item that isn`t specifically listed above, call 817-392-1234 for more information. You can bring the following types of materials to health centers: Hillshire Drop-off Station (North Service Center) 301 Hillshire Dr.
Residents may use personal or commercial vehicles, but must have a total weight of less than 6,000 pounds. Yes, you can bring up to 10 cubic meters every 30 days. Cladding is considered a building material. Yes, drop-off stations accept grease as well as limited amounts of other household chemicals such as paint, engine oil and detergents. The limit is 20 gallons every 90 days. Titled vehicles can be brought to Goodwill Center-North Central Texas. Call 866-492-2770 to coordinate pickup. Commercial contractors and vehicles carrying commercial loads cannot use the facilities. East Mountain Transfer Station 711 Route 333 (former Route 66)Telephone: (505) 281-91107 Open weekdays from 7 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.
No, DOS is reserved for household residents. If you are a commercial enterprise and need information, visit our Commercial Waste and Recycling website or contact the Materials Management team at 817-392-1234. The city`s proximity centers close at 5 p.m. Due to above-average wait times, facilities will no longer accept cars after 4:30 p.m. Note: The items and quantities listed below are valid for drop-off stations only. The elements and limit values of the environmental collection centre may vary. No. Only residents of the City of Fort Worth with current water and sanitation services are allowed to use the drop-off stations.
Licence Renewal Notice – English Licence Renewal Notice – Spanish Yes, four tires are accepted every six months. DOS does not accept tires from 18-wheeled trucks. The City reserves the right to refuse any cargo or item that could cause injury to staff or damage to equipment. Eagle Rock Convenience Center – Show map6301 Eagle Rock NE (North off I-25 & Alameda to Eagle Rock)Phone: (505) 768-39257 Open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Vehicles arriving after 4:30 p.m. will not be allowed. Don Reservoir Convenience Center – Show map 117 114th SW (West of 98th off West Central Ave.) Phone: (505) 768-39207 Open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
No recyclable materials are accepted. Vehicles arriving after 16:30 will not be admitted. Once you reach the limit for a particular item or type of material, you will have to wait 30 days (or another specified time) to dispose of additional quantities of that item, but you can always bring other materials to DOS for disposal. You can find sanitation centers with the recycling and donation finder. For example, the limit for building materials is 10 cubic metres every 30 days, which is about 3 to 4 loads of trucks. If you plan to bring a combination of materials such as brushes, household waste, and household recycling, you can bring up to 15 cubic meters every 30 days, which is about 4-5 truckloads. Get pickup reminders and see how to dispose of garbage and recycling on your smartphone with the new City of Fort Worth Garbage & Recycling app. Montessa Park Convenience Center – Show map3512 Los Picaros SE (Rio Bravo West on Broadway, south at Bobby Foster Road.) Telephone: (505) 768-39307 Open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. No recyclable materials are accepted.
Vehicles arriving after 16:30 will not be admitted. Learn how to participate in the Food Waste Pilot Program. Soil and turf can be transported to Silver Creek Materials or the southeast landfill. There is no maximum number of drop-off stations. However, there may be a limit on the quantities and types of material disposed of in the last 30 days of your visit. Residents can drop off normal household items once a day and oversized items once a week. You must prove that you live in Philadelphia in order to use the centers. Cities that are members of Household Hazardous Waste (HHD), as well as tenants of apartment buildings in Fort Worth, must continue to use the environmental collection center located at 6400 Bridge Street. Any vehicle transporting equipment to a City Convenience Center is limited to a nominal capacity of less than two tons. The call centre is open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
and Saturday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fort Worth residents now have the opportunity to turn even more waste into resources by collecting their leftover food that can be turned into compost — a nutrient-rich nutrient in the soil. When composted, leftover food is diverted from your garbage truck to support the life of the city`s landfill. Residents must unload their own materials and place them in the appropriate garbage can, with the exception of household chemicals that have a designated collection table. Closed Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year`s Day.