Bring bicycles, books, CDs, DVDs, gently used clothing, eye glasses, medical supplies, household items e-waste to donated or recycled. Also bring paper documents to be shredded.

See list of acceptable items here.

The Environmental Collection Center is the City's permanent drop off facility for unwanted household hazardous materials (anything with a warning label), electronics and recyclables. This facility is operated by the City's Environmental Services Department and is open the second Saturday of every month from 10 am - 3 pm, and the Thursday and Friday before the second Saturday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

 A full list of acceptable and unacceptable hazardous materials can be found here.

Collecting residential hazardous waste, paper shred, electronics, tires, bulk trash. Must provide current Saginaw water bill.

See event page for details.

A chance for residents to bring in their old, bulky items that are too large to set out for regular curbside pickup and their boxes of materials to be shredded free of cost to the Environmental Collection Center, 616 S. Wisteria St. Mansfield.

Tree & Limb Yard Waste Drop Off, 24 N. Mitchell Rd.

Senior/Disabled Residents Pickup Available ([email protected])

Community welcome to bring old bills, statements, checks, credit card offers, tax info, letterhead, brochures, file folders, post-its, paper, newspaper, envelopes, photos for shredding. Free.

Event lasts until 1 p.m. or the shred truck is full.

Info: Shannon Jenkins, 817-864-6060 or [email protected]

Please bring your clean #6 Styrofoam to be recycled! 

Common items accepted are:

-egg cartons

-meat trays

- fast food clam shell containers

-cups

-packing materials

We cannot accept packing peanuts and certain other packing materials.

The Environmental Collection Center is the City's permanent drop off facility for unwanted household hazardous materials (anything with a warning label), electronics and recyclables. This facility is operated by the City's Environmental Services Department and is open the second Saturday of every month from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., and the Thursday and Friday before the second Saturday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

 A full list of acceptable and unacceptable hazardous materials can be found here.

The Environmental Collection Center is the City's permanent drop off facility for unwanted household hazardous materials (anything with a warning label), electronics and recyclables. This facility is operated by the City's Environmental Services Department and is open the second Saturday of every month from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., and the Thursday and Friday before the second Saturday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

 A full list of acceptable and unacceptable hazardous materials can be found here.

The Environmental Collection Center is the City's permanent drop off facility for unwanted household hazardous materials (anything with a warning label), electronics and recyclables. This facility is operated by the City's Environmental Services Department and is open the second Saturday of every month from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., and the Thursday and Friday before the second Saturday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

 A full list of acceptable and unacceptable hazardous materials can be found here.

Last week, Arlington City Council voted to approve an ordinance that would require all new apartment complexes to provide recycling. Thanks to public pressure from recycling advocates, city council members also said this was just Phase I and they called for more public input on recycling programs and policies that could apply to all existing apartments.

More than 100,000 Arlington residents live in apartments complexes and most of them do not have access to simple recycling programs for materials like glass, paper, plastics and metals. 

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