On the morning of Environmental Collection Day, the vehicle line will be live streamed to help better serve you. Click HERE to view the live stream (Flash Player required).
On the event day, please read and follow the road signs carefully. Two vehicle lanes will be in place to ensure the safety of staff. The right vehicle lane will be dedicated to household hazardous waste. The left lane will be dedicated to electronics and paper shred.
If you registered for HHW, first enter the right lane to drop off your HHW then follow the road signs to re-enter the electronics and/or shred lane.
Please note that the event is located at the Cedar Hill High School parking lot near the intersection of SH 67 and Cooper. If you are using GPS, you may be given directions to the south entrance to the school which may be closed.
Most electronics are accepted: computers, laptops, iPads, cell phones, monitors, tablets, projectors, scanners, printers, stereos, televisions of all sizes, and MORE!
Residential electronics only. Staff has the right to determine and refuse commercial electronics.
United Electronic Recycling currently provides electronics recycling services for Environmental Collection Day.
Bring up to 3 boxes of residential household paper waste. You may drop off or watch the vendor shred your paper waste.
Residential paper waste only. Staff has the right to determine and refuse commercial paper waste.
Proshred Security currently provides secure paper shredding services for Environmental Collection Day.
TCEQ offers information on recycling programs offered by electronic equipment manufacturers. Visit their website, or call them at (512) 239-3143.
HHW collection events take place on the same day as electronic recycling and paper shredding events. However, HHW collection events require registration. Please visit the HHW website for more information.