Composting collection delays

We continue to see high volumes of composting material, so we continue to run behind on composting collections. Please leave any uncollected material at the curb to allow crews to catch up. We will collect the material as soon as we are able. We apologize for the inconvenience. Download the Austin Recycles mobile app or sign up for reminders to get essential service alerts

Storm debris removal update

(April 8, 2021)

Many Austin Resource Recovery customers put in a special request for storm debris collection. Customers that still need a storm debris collection are asked to set out any remaining storm debris to the curb by 6 a.m. Monday, April 12 for collection. The high volume of storm debris material is taking longer than expected, and collection can take more than a month. Please leave the material out and we will collect it as soon as we are able. We have now dedicated special crews to collect all remaining storm debris caused by February’s Winter Storm Uri. The prolonged extreme weather event created unforeseen quantities of vegetative storm debris. Here are some other options for storm debris removal:

Download the Austin Recycles mobile app or sign up for reminders to get essential service alerts

The Recycle & Reuse Drop-off Center is open, by appointment only

The Recycle and Reuse Drop-off Center has reopened, by appointment only, following a temporary closure due to COVID-19 safety concerns. The center will resume its acceptance of hard to recycle items such as Styrofoam and plastic film, as well as household hazardous waste. Austin/Travis County residents can schedule a drop-off time.

Austin Resource Recovery provides a wide range of services designed to transform waste into resources while keeping our community clean. Our goal is to reach Zero Waste by 2040, which means reducing the amount of trash sent to landfills by 90 percent.

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