Residents can participate in residential recycling for a small annual fee through AmeriWaste. To enroll in the recycling program, please contact AmeriWaste Inc. at 281.331.8400.
RECYCLING CONTAINER GUIDELINES
- Residential recycling is provided and billed directly through Ameriwaste. *Recyclables are collected on Thursdays.
- 35-gallon recycling cart will be provided to all recycling customers. *Curbside and back door recycling options available.
- Back Door Recycling: $35.84 /year
- Curbside Recycling: $17.59 /year
AmeriWaste provides a 35-gallon wheeled cart for commingled recyclable items for curbside or backdoor service. Please do not place the cart next to the trash. The cart is for use of recycling only, do not place trash in the cart. The cart remains the property of AmeriWaste Inc.
beverage cans (Aluminum may include aluminum foil products/wrapping such as foil and aluminum bakeware.)
vegetable, soup, coffee cans etc, wire coat hangers, empty aerosol cans (No automotive parts or plumbing parts.)
clear or colored beverage bottles, food jars, etc. No ceramic, mirrors, pane glass or auto glass accepted.
Plastics #1 – #5:
soft drink, water and salad dressing bottles, peanut butter and jam jars. Milk, juice, shampoo and toiletry bottles. Frozen food bags, squeezable bottles, flexible container lids. Reusable microwaveable ware, kitchenware, yogurt containers, margarine tubs, disposal cups, plates etc. Plastics may be “colored”. No plastic wrapping, plastic grocery bags, egg cartons, disposable take-away containers, other types of Polystyrene containers (Usually labeled as Type 6) or flammable product containers like cooking oil, motor oil or antifreeze, etc.
The above items should be clean and rinsed of any liquids or food products. One dirty product or with food waste still inside can contaminate an entire bale containing thousands of pounds of collected items. It is not necessary to remove tops or wrappers.
cereal, snack, frozen food, and dry food boxes, beverage boxes, shipping boxes, etc. No packing “peanuts” or food-contaminated paper such as pizza boxes, bakery boxes, etc. All boxes should be broken down.
newsprint loose or bundled including magazines, office paper (all colors but no staples), phone books, circulars, etc.
Additional Recycling Resources