accepted at Godtel Ministries to help raise funds to support their programs. Rinse and dry cans. Crushing is acceptable, but not required.
Lowe’s accepts CFL light bulbs
**DUE TO COVID-19 GLASS COLLECTION HAS BEEN TEMPORILY SUSPENDED**
Household Items and Furniture
Habitat for Humanity Restore accepts all household appliences for resale or recycling except gas stoves and flat screen televisions.
Habitat for Humanity ReStore accepts building materials for recycling.
Hospice of East Texas Resale Shop
Family Crisis Center Thrift Store
There is currently not an option to recycle mattresses in Nacogdoches. If mattress is in good condition, online sales and donation groups on Facebook may be used to offer the mattress for free to a new home.
Staples offers a rebate for ink cartridges. Cartridge World offers a refill. Christ Episcopal School accepts ink cartridges to support fundraising efforts.
The Habitat for Humanity ReStore
pipe, fencing, bed rails, wire, broken tools, rusted pots and pans, broken fixtures, barrels, broken exercise equipment, broken appliances like washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, stoves, small appliances, vacuum cleaners, microwaves, as well as most other metals.
Recyclable motor oil must be pure motor oil with no other types of oil combined. Drain the oil into a clean container and take to one of the used-oil locations listed below.
Central Drop-off Point at the Landfill
4602 NW Stallings Dr, Loop 224 -Westward Dr. Exit
Mon– Sat 8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.
Fire Station # 3
408 SW Stallings Dr., Loop 224 & Old Lufkin Rd.
7 Days a week—24 Hours a day
Fire Station # 4, adjacent to the high school
Walmart Tires and Auto Parts
4810 North St, Nacogdoches, TX 75965
inside Walmart Supercenter
Paint (Updated info coming soon)
Plastic Grocery Bags
Find recycling containers near the front entrance of most grocery stores.
Stryofoam Packing Pellet
Kline's Wrap-It-Up Store, 628 N. University Dr., accepts packing pellets.
Toys, Gently Used
The Physical Therapy Department at Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital accepts new or gently used toys, including puzzles and plastic toys. Toys are used during pediatric therapy sessions. Toys with batting or fur, like stuffed animals, are not accepted.
Donate Your Vehicles: The Keep America Beautiful Vehicle Donation Program, through Insurance Auto Auctions’ Donation Division, provides an alternate opportunity for you to donate to Keep America Beautiful. It offers a tax-deductible way to dispose of unwanted vehicles in almost any condition, including cars, trucks, boats, tractors, motorcycles, ATVs, snowmobiles, jet skis, RVs as well as construction, farm and other heavy equipment. The program is available in all 50 states. Please let Keep Nacogdoches Beautiful know when you donate a car – we will receive a portion of the donation. Learn more and donate.
Brush and lawn debris may be taken to the City landfill at no cost with a City water bill. Yard waste may be reused. Leave grass clippings on the lawn and allow them to work their way back into the soil for a greener lawn. Another option is to develop a compost pile. For more information, check with the Nacogdoches Master Gardeners and the County Extension Agency.
How do I recycle paperboard, or white cardboard food boxes?
Recycle paperboard as cardboard.
Can I recycle electronics?
Yes! Here's how:
How do I recycle my TV?
There is currently not a no-cost option to recycle large box TV's in Nacogdoches.
CITY OF NACOGDOCHES LANDFILL
4602 NW Stallings Dr, Loop 224 & Westward Drive Exit
Hours of operation:
Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
City of Nacogdoches Residents: With presentation of a residential City of Nacogdoches water bill, residents of the City of Nacogdoches may dispose of one pick-up load of trash, per month, at the city landfill. Residents also receive unlimited disposal of brush and debris at no cost (also with presentation of residential city water bill). A fee of $13.44 will be charged per additional truck load.
Nacogdoches County Residents, outside city limits: Residents of Nacogdoches County may dispose of items at the landfill for $26.78 per truck load with proof of residence within the county.
The landfill does not accept batteries or paint as a liquid. You may mix paint with kitty litter, dirt, or sawdust and leave open to dry. Once it is dry, it will be accepted. Appliances or tires may be dumped at the landfill for a fee.
TRASH PICK-UP SERVICE
Public Works, 559-2583
Cary Walker, manager
To initialize service: When signing up for water service you will be given a phone number to call to request a trash container. The container will be delivered to your home or business.
If your trash container is damaged or stolen, notify the Public Works office at the above phone number. City personnel will file a report and deliver a replacement container.
For any service issues or questions, contact the Public Works office at the number above.