The City of Lewisville encourages every resident to recycle, and the cost for recycling services is included in the basic refuse fee paid by residents on their water bills. Diverting materials from the landfill helps protect the life of the landfill, which enhances the ability of the city to contain future costs for solid waste collection services.
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View our GIS map online and input your address to determine your collection day for trash, recycling, bulky waste, and yard waste. All services are provided on the same day of the week.
Residents are required to have the recycling cart placed at the curb or alley collection location by 7 a.m. on the scheduled collection day. Collection containers should not be set out for collection more than 24 hours prior to the collection date and should be removed from the collection point within 24 hours of collection date.
The only holidays that affect pickup are Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day. Service is pushed back one day i.e. If Christmas falls on a Monday, then houses normally serviced Monday are serviced Tuesday, Tuesday houses are serviced Wednesday, etc.
- Metal Containers: Food, beverage and soft drink cans made of tin, steel or aluminum; all metal cooking pots, pans and utensils
- Glass Containers: Unbroken food and beverage containers that are clear, brown or green in color
- Paper Products: Flattened cardboard, magazines, office paper, newspaper, paperboard like paper towel rolls, cereal boxes, phone books, junk mail
- Aseptic Packaging: Milk cartons, juice cartons, juice and drink boxes without the straws
- Plastics (updated*): Plastic bottles and containers with #1 - #7 resin code (excluding expanded polystyrene)
Unacceptable items in the Recycling Cart:
- Plastic bags (grocery, bubble wrap, dry cleaning)
- Metal/Plastic coat hangers
- Shredded paper
- Hardcover books
- Styrofoam (expanded polystyrene)
- Rigid plastics (buckets, storage containers, etc)
- Garden hoses/cords
- Mirror/Auto glass
- pizza boxes
- yard waste
- Pipes (metal or PVC
- Hazardous Waste
- Wayne Frady Park, 535 W. College Street - paper only
- Fire Station # 5, 651 Waters Ridge - all items listed above
- Lewisville Municipal Annex, 1197 W. Main Street - all items listed above
- Residential Convenience Center, 330 W. Jones - all items listed above
Use drop-off containers correctly:
- No household hazardous waste materials may be left inside or outside the drop-off recycling containers.
- No Styrofoam, yard waste, construction materials, products containing liquids, products made of multiples materials, power tools, electronics, etc. are to be placed in the recycling dumpsters.
- Keep lids and doors on containers closed to prevent littering.
- If the container is full, do not set materials outside the dumpster. Visit one of our other drop-off locations.
No shredded paper, please.
If you have questions about the drop-off sites, please contact the City at 972.219.3699.
Items such as TVs, computers, small appliances, and cords should not go in your recycling bin. You can bring them to our monthly hazardous household waste events instead.
Can't make our monthly event? There are places that accept small appliances, etc. around town and in North Texas. Check out our recycling resource tab for more information.
If you live in an apartment you can make a difference in our community by recycling at your apartment complex! Multi-family properties are required to provide recycling collection for their residents. Each apartment unit receives a container for collecting recyclable materials, and each complex will have at least one dumpster for recycling (multiple dumpsters for large complexes). When your container is full, you simply need to empty your recyclables into the designated dumpster at your complex, or follow the instructions provided by your property management if your complex has valet services.
If you carry your recycling to the dumpster, please place them loosely in the dumpster. No plastic bags please.
Both recycling and trash are green dumpsters, but the recycling dumpster has a yellow top and the trash has a black top.
Call us at 972.219.3699 or email with questions, concerns or requests for assistance and information.Don’t know what is accepted in the recycling dumpster? You can download a printable flyer about what is accepted. Print it out and post it in your apartment.
Apartment and single-family home residents get two free landfill privileges per month at Waste Management’s DFW Landfill located at 1601 Railroad Street. Apartment residents must present their current rent receipt and driver’s license with matching address to use these privileges. All loads brought to the landfill must be securely covered to prevent littering or fees will charged. DFW Landfill is open 24 hours a day Monday through Friday until closing on Saturdays at 2:30 p.m. The landfill reopens on Sunday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. To contact DFW Landfill, call 972.315.5421.
Electronics and Hazardous Household Waste Disposal
You can bring your old electronics and hazardous household material to the residential convenience center once per month on the 2nd Saturday of every month. A drivers license with Lewisville address is required. More information on what we accept, do not accept, can be found here.
|name||address||phone number||items accepted|
|AAA Recycling||575 Jubilee Lane||972.492.9990||appliances, scrap metal, car batteries and aluminum|
|Almetco Recycling||709 North Cowan||972.221.7442||aluminum, copper, brass, car batteries, plastics, aluminum/copper reefers, stainless steel|
|Auto Zone||All locations||used motor oil (5 gallons per visit) and old car batteries|
|Batteries Plus||1093 W. Main Street||972.219.7333||Nickel-Caladium (Ni-Cd) and other recyclable batteries (in power tools, cell/cordless phones, etc.)|
(Commercial Customers Only)
|13921 Senlac Drive, Farmers Branch||972.481.1400||mixed office papers|
|Best Buy||2601 S. Stemmons||214.488.8624||most consumer electronics, including televisions and monitors up to 32 inches, desktop computers, notebooks, videocassette recorders, DVD players and phones.
|Big City Crushed Concrete||1580 Stonewall Street||972.394.2910||concrete|
|Christian Community Action||128 South Mill Street||972.219.4355||appliances, clothing , coat hangers, paper bags, and many other household items. Call to arrange for large item pick-up|
|Dallas Can Academy||2601 Live Oak Street, Dallas||972.274.5439||cars and current computer software
|Dallas Furniture Bank||1417 Upfield Drive, Suite 104, Carrollton||972.466.0600||usable basic household furniture|
|DI Digital Imaging & Laser Products||116 Hillside Drive||972.219.1300||toner cartridges from laser printers and fax machines|
|Fire Shield||972.724.7800||fire extinguishers|
|Firestone||All locations||tires, motor oil, oil filters, and car/boat/motorcycle batteries|
|Frisco||6616 Walnut Street, Frisco||972.292.5900||Expanded polystyrene packaging (Styrofoam)|
|Fulton Recycling and Supply||1404 Ft. Worth Drive, Denton||940.383.1651||appliances, scrap metal, aluminum cans|
|Goodyear||All locations||tires, motor oil, oil filters, and car/boat/motorcycle batteries|
|Habitat for Humanity of Denton County||1003 Shady Oaks Drive, Denton||940.382.8487||donations of construction materials and household items|
|Hartwells Garden Center||70 N. Stemmons||972.436.3612||plastic pots and plastic flat carriers|
|Ken Owens Battery Store
||275 S. Mill Street||972.436.3974||car batteries|
|Lewisville Goodwill Retail Center||919 W. Main Street||972.436.3181||clothing, household items and electronics|
|Lewisville Lions Club||Texas State Optical, 1124 West Main||old eyeglasses and recycle them for needy children and adults|
|Northwest Propane Gas Company||277 S. Mill Street||972.436.4818||propane cylinders|
|O'Reilly Auto Parts||All locations||oil and oil filters|
|Salvation Army||214.630.5611, ext. 4||Pick up service for most household items|
|Walmart||All locations||plastic grocery bags and used motor oil|
Links to other resourcesThe Department and the City are not promoting or endorsing these organizations or their opinions. They are just provided as a service to our citizens and others.
|earth911.com||This site is designed to link the environmental programs of all 50 states into a single network. Database is searchable by state or zip code.|
|Keep Lewisville Beautiful||KLB is a nonprofit organization affiliated with Keep Texas Beautiful and Keep America Beautiful. The organization partners with the City of Lewisville on numerous environmental and beautification projects. Visit KLB's website to find out how you can plug in.|
|GreenBiz||Launched in 2000, GreenBiz provides news and tools focused on sustainability for businesses.|
|Keep America Beautiful||Lewisville is a member city of this multi-purpose organization.|
|North Central Texas Council of Governments||Visit their Environmental Resource Department for information on recycling and other environmental topics.|
|North Texas Corporate Recycling Association||Information to encourage recycling in businesses.|
|Recycle.org||Provides information on recycling resources.|
|Smoke Detector Recycling Resources||Smoke Detectors are not accepted at our HHW events, but you can use this online resource to find a recycler.|
|TimeToRecycle||This is a Web Site that provides information on recycling resources in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.|
|Texas Recycles Computers||This site provides information about the recent Texas law that requires computer manufacturers to offer free recycling for their computers, monitors, keyboards and mice.|
|Compost Resource Page||This site is intended to serve as a hub of information for anyone interested in the various aspects of composting. Excellent site.|
|Verizon Device Recycling Program||This site provides information on recycling basic cell phones, smart phones, tablets, and other Verizon devices to receive a credit on your Verizon Wireless bill or a Verizon Wireless gift card. Donors also have an option to donate their device to support domestic violence victims.|
STOP ILLEGAL DUMPING!
The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) has received a grant to operate and maintain a hotline for reporting illegal dumping activities. If residents observe someone dumping household trash, roofing shingles or other debris, they are encouraged to call: 1.888.335.DUMP (3867) and make a report on the voice mail recording. The appropriate authorities will then be alerted.
The following counties are included:
For more information, contact the Environmental Resources Department of the NCTCOG at 817.640.3300.
Resources for Businesses Interested in RecyclingCheck out the resources below for information on how your organization can properly recycle materials from your workplace:
TimeToRecycle.com: provides links to recyclers in the DFW area by product recycled
GreenBiz: provides news and tools focused on sustainability for businesses
North Texas Corporate Recycling Association: gives information to encourage recycling in businesses
Earth911.com: links the environmental programs of all 50 states into a single network with database searchable by state or zip code