Putrescible waste; (wet garbage, food wastes, fruit, vegetable, meat, etc.) Household Hazardous waste; Regulated hazardous waste, per §330.15(e)(7);
PCB waste, per §330.15(e)(8);
Class 1 industrial waste;
Class 2 industrial waste;
Used oil or oil filters;
Lead acid storage batteries, per §330.15(e)(1);
Whole used or scrap tires, per §330.15(e)(4), unless split and quartered or shredded and they do not come from a tire disposer/recycler who is reimbursed from the state Waste Tire Recycling Fund;
Liquid wastes, per §330.15(e)(6);
Refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, and any other items containing Chlorinated Fluorocarbon (CFC’s), must be handled in accordance to 40 CFR § 82.156(f)& CFC containing materials, per §330.15(e)(5) prior to acceptance;
Radioactive materials, per §330.15(e)(9); and
Any other special waste, as defined in 30 TAC §330.3(148), such as dead animals, liquids, sludges, petroleum contaminated soil, etc.
Types of Waste Accepted
Solid waste resulting from the construction, remodeling, or repair and demolition of structures, roads, sidewalks, and utilities, including, but not limited to, bricks, concrete, and other masonry materials, soil, rock, wood, wood products, wall or floor coverings, plaster, drywall, plumbing fixtures, electrical wiring, electrical components containing no hazardous materials, non-asbestos insulation, and small quantities of construction related packaging.
Trees, brush and sod
Untreated wood and untreated sawdust; wood pallets
Processed wood which is not considered to present a significant risk of adverse impacts to groundwater quality, including coated wood
Mobile homes and trailers(except the tires and fuel tanks)
Furniture and appliances from which ozone depleting chlorofluorocarbons have been removed in accordance with the provisions of the federal clean air act.
Types of Waste Prohibited