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No. We will not pick up bags of household trash with the bulky waste. Drop off the extra bags of trash at the Transfer Station or Landfill.
You can also request up to two additional trash carts for a nominal monthly fee.
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If you have questions or concerns regarding collection, please use eAssist or call Garland Sanitation at 972-205-3500. You may also email Sanitation.
For a list of all disposal locations, please go here.
Repair or replacement for normal wear and tear is provided at no cost. Use eAssist or call 972-205-3500.
Keeping carts clean is a resident’s responsibility. Please see our flyer for tips on keeping your cart clean.
All requests or inquiries regarding commercial services, including contracts, containers, hauling and pricing should be emailed to the Commercial Services team, or call 972-205-3500 ext. 2.
Call the Hotline for questions and concerns related to Hinton Landfill operations at 972-205-3671. You may also email the Landfill.
Please call 972-205-3500 with any questions or concerns regarding Sanitation vehicles. Provide the date and location of the incident and the truck number or license number if possible. Garland Sanitation investigates all complaints.
Please contact Garland Utility Customer Service at 972-205-2671 to establish service.
One green trash cart and one blue recycling cart are typically left at the home for the new resident by the previous resident. However, if a cart is missing when you move in, contact Garland Sanitation at 972-205-3500 to arrange for a replacement.
To quickly find your nearest City Facilities, your City Council District, your trash and recycling collection schedule as well as other City Services, please use MyGarland
Your trash, recycling and brush and bulky goods are picked up on the same day. Trash and brush and bulky goods are collected weekly. Recyclables are collected every other week based on a blue/yellow map of the City.
Contact Garland Sanitation at 972-205-3500 for more information.
Residential trash is collected in the green roll carts weekly. Please use MyGarland to determine your collection day.
Residential brush & bulky goods are collected weekly on the same day as residential trash collection.
Residential recycling is collected in the blue roll carts bi-weekly. Please use MyGarland to determine your collection week color.
Commercial accounts are collected once a week:
Please contact EWSCommercial@GarlandTx.gov or call 972-205-3500 x2 if you have any questions regarding your Commercial waste collection schedule.
If you have general questions or inquiries, please email SanitationCommercial@GarlandTx.gov or call 972-205-3500 ext. 2 for more information about all our Commercial Services offerings. You can also visit our Commercial Services web page.
The City of Garland allows authorized waste haulers to operate with Garland City limits. All businesses in Garland should verify that their waste hauler has an active franchise agreement in place to operate with City limits. Please review the list of approved haulers prior to beginning service with any waste company.
Please note that all commercial and residential customers are required to establish a City of Garland utility account to receive City of Garland commercial waste service. All services will be billed on a monthly basis and a 12-month service agreement must be signed to establish service. Charges for services will appear on the City of Garland utilities statement Indicated as “Sanitation.”
Garland Sanitation provides weekly trash and brush and bulky goods collection and bi-weekly recycling collection. Please follow the rules outlined below to ensure your waste is collected.
Please use Garland Waste Wizard if you have any disposal questions or call 972-205-3500 if you have any questions regarding your waste or recycling collection.
Please email or call our Commercial Services Division at 972-205-3500 ext. 2 if you are a business and you suspect your commercial front load dumpster was missed.
Carts should be placed at the collection point no earlier than 6 p.m. on the day before the scheduled collection and no later than 7 a.m. on collection day. Residents should move the cart inside the garage, to the side of the house or to another location out of public view no later than 11 p.m. on the collection day. If your collection point is in the alley, it is not necessary to move the container after pickup unless your property abuts a street from which the container will be visible.
Brush may be placed out any day within a week of collection. All other bulky waste items may only be placed at curbside on the day before collection. Garland Sanitation personnel and vehicles will not go into your yard. Please place brush and bulky goods between the sidewalk and curb in your front yard for pick-up. Please box and label items such as broken glass and sheetrock. Boxes should weigh no more than 40 pounds.
Residents can have up to two additional trash containers for a total of three containers. There is a $7.10 charge per month for each additional container to cover service costs.
If you are moving and have more than one trash container, please call 972-205-3500 to have the extra container(s) picked-up and billing records updated.
Garland Sanitation uses paper tags to communicate collection problems. The tag will explain the issue we experienced servicing your trash, recycling, or brush and bulky goods. Call 972-205-3500 for more information.
Please use the Waste Wizard for all your recycling and disposal questions.
Garland Sanitation collects brush and bulky goods every week.
Please separate brush from other bulky waste and keep branches between 4 - 7 feet in length. Leaves and other small lawn and tree debris should be bagged.
Do not place brush or other bulky goods under power lines or tree branches. Leave at least 4 feet of space around all brush and bulky goods.
Sanitation personnel and vehicles will not go into your yard. All brush should be placed between the sidewalk and curb in your front yard for pick-up.
Individual items weighing more than 40 pounds will not be collected. Please note that wet materials (following a rain event) may become too heavy for collection and will be left behind to dry out.
Yes. Please follow the guidelines below:
Construction debris pickup is for residents who have performed remodeling work on their own property only and can be set out for collection only four times per year during each calendar year. Material must be bagged, bundled, or stacked. An open-top dumpster may be rented for a fee for large projects.
Please note we do not pick up shingles with curbside bulky waste collection. Shingles should be taken to the C.M. Hinton Landfill. Contact us at 972-205-3500 ext. 2 if you need to rent a dumpster.
We recommend you order a roll-off container for collection and disposal of waste from:
These containers prevent scattered or windblown debris and reduce scavenging, and they are excellent for materials that are prohibited from curbside collection, including:
For more information about residential roll-off service please call 972-205-3500 ext. 2.
Please check out are facility prices and hours, as well as a breakdown of accepted vehicles and items by facility, here.
Apartment dwellers can bring their recycling directly to the Residential Recycling Center at no charge.
Please check our Locations page for a breakdown of what items can be brought to which location, our hours, addresses and contact information by location and a list of what vehicles are accepted at each of our facilities.
If you have other disposal questions, please use the Waste Wizard.
Hazardous waste materials and tires cannot be disposed on in your regular trash collection or dropped off at the Transfer Station or C.M. Hinton Jr. Regional Landfill.
Please visit our Locations page for a breakdown of what items can be disposed of at each location.
For all other disposal questions, please use the Waste Wizard.
Recycling is the process of diverting materials from the landfill and turning them into new products. The economic impact of the Texas recycling industry exceeds $3.3 billion. Recycled materials help conserve natural resources and prevent pollution by reducing the need to collect new natural resources.
By helping keep your recycling clean and contaminant free, you’re helping extend the life of our landfill, conserve valuable resources, and to create jobs in the U.S. recycling and manufacturing industries.
Please check out the Recycling and Education pages to learn more and download a copy of the 2022 Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Calendar for more tips and tricks.