Trash / Recycling
The District’s contract with Al Clawson Disposal, Inc. provides for recycling services. They have provided us with this excellent recycling information. Please look this over and recycle everything you can!
REMEMBER: Recycling helps control what you pay for solid waste services because it reduces the amount of trash sent to the landfill.
Here are the items that you should recycle:
Brown Paper Bags
Paperboard – Cereal Boxes
Cardboard – Flatten
Please keep all paper products dry.
#1 Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET)
- soft drink, water, and other beverage bottles
- detergent and cleaning containers
- peanut butter and other food containers and bottles
#2 High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
- milk and water jugs
- laundry detergents
- shampoo bottles
#3 Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC or V)
- clear food packaging, cling wrap
- detergents and window cleaner bottles
- some plastic squeeze bottles, cooking oil and peanut butter jars
- shower curtains
#4 Low Density Polyethelene (LDPE)
- bread, frozen food
- most plastic wraps
- some bottles
#5 Polypropylene (PP)
- deli soups, syrup, yogurt and margarine containers
- clouded plastic containers,
- baby bottles, straws
#6 Polystyrene (PS)
- CD cases
- disposable cutlery
- food containers
- egg cartons
#7 Mixed (Other)
- most plastic baby bottles
- 5-gallon water bottles
- “sport” water bottles
- clear plastic “sippy” cups
Please rinse and remove lids.
This includes bottles and jars.
Please rinse and remove lids.
Aluminum Foil – No food contamination please.
Also, due to the neighborhood’s recycling efforts, the MUD and Clawson Disposal were able to negotiate a contract change in October 2014 that increased the maximum number of extra items (like bags of leaves) from 2 items to 5 items each week at no additional charge.
Clawson’s residential subscription service includes a 95 gallon container and up to five (5) additional items outside of the container, not weighing more than 30 lbs. (i.e. 30 gallon bags). They ask that additional bags NOT exceed 35 pounds and personal containers with handles or bulky items NOT exceed 50 pounds.
If you are unable to bundle your brush but you can place it in an additional trash can or lawn bag, Clawson will still take it.
They are able to continue picking up bundles of brush if the brush is cut in approximately 3 to 4 foot lengths and not to exceed 40 pounds. Bundles must be tied with string or rope capable of holding bundle together when lifted.
If you have large items to dispose of (like a water heater), or if you have way over 5 bags of leaves to dispose of, an option you have is to contact:
and arrange to have these items picked up at an additional charge.Contact Board
For more information regarding construction waste disposal options in your county, please follow the links below:
- Contractors are requested to follow the District’s Site Plan Review Checklist for construction within the District.
- Residents are encouraged to Report to TCEQ any observed environmental problems, including construction violations
Hazardous Waste – Disposal Options
For more information regarding hazardous waste disposal options in your county, please follow the links below:Williamson County Hazardous Waste Collection Events
Contact Us if you know of other resources that we can reference here.
Battery Disposal (link thanks to Marie in Ms. Murphy’s class!)
Dell Reconnect is a residential computer recycling program which is sponsored by Dell and Goodwill. It is a great way to get rid of your old computers and other electronic waste in a community- and environmentally-friendly way.
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