Solid Waste Management Department
Neighborhood Depositories & Recycling Centers
Working to make Houston a cleaner, greener place to live...
... right in your neighborhood!
Visit our SWMD Houston-Area Neighborhood Depositories/Recycling Centers
As of Sunday, March 13, 2016
Wednesday - Sunday
10 am to 7 pm
(Daylight Savings Time)
Houstonians may use the depositories up to four times per month. Citizens are encouraged to arrive at least 30 minutes before closing time to allow adequate time to unload. Each user must provide the following as proof of residency:
- A Current Texas Driver's License or current ID and
- A current utility bill or city property tax receipt. Addresses and names on all presented documents must match Texas Driver's License or ID.
*Electronic records are NOT accepted.
- NO PETS allowed on premises.
Residents who wish to discard TreeWaste/Junk Waste before their scheduled once-per-month pickup may use one of six neighborhood depository locations.Neighborhood Depository/Recycling Centers Rules and Regulations
View map with featuring depository/recycling centers city wide.Neighborhood Depository/Recycling Centers Locations
The Neighborhood Depositories/Recycling Centers accept the following recyclable materials:
- Ad inserts
- Aerosol Cans
- Aluminum Cans
- Cartons - shelf stable and refrigerated
- Clothing and Shoes - Three (3) locations only:
º Neighborhood Depository & Recycling Center - 2240 Central
º Neighborhood Depository & Recycling Center - 9003 N. Main
º Westpark Recycling Center - 5900 Westpark
- Glass bottles and Jars
- Plastics #1-#5 and #7
(toys, packing materials, flower pots, styrofoam, or plastic furniture are not accepted)
- Steel cans
- Telephone Books
- Tin cans
- Up to ten (10) automobile tires (Rims Not Accepted) per month, per household
Neighborhood Recycling Drop-off Locations
Locations where City of Houston residents may drop-off their recycling for proper handling.
Visit each site link for details and accepted materials.
Visit the Electronics Recycling page for a listing of accepted materials and facilities where residents may properly recycle their electoronics.
Additional Facility Information
Facility where building materials may be donated and reused in new non-profit projects.
Proper disposal of materials is key to a healthy, clean environment. Visit each link for additional information.
Neighborhood depositories will not accept household garbage, more than ten (10) tires per month, per household, and large quantities of building materials.
Trash from commercial haulers or brought in a commercial vehicle (business or rented commercial) will not be accepted.
Additional Disposal Resources