Acceptable Waste Delivered by Residents
Wastes generated from residential property that are up to six feet for any given dimension. Examples of acceptable waste include:
Carpet and carpet pads
Grills (no propane tanks)
Lawn mowers (with gas and oil removed)
Stained / painted wood or fence panels
The following materials may be dropped-off by residents to be recycled:
Brush and untreated / unpainted wood or fence panels will be recycled at the Custer Road Transfer Station only. (Material taken to other locations will be landfilled - not recycled.)
Used motor oil (maximum of five gallons per visit)
Used oil filters
White goods (e.g., air conditioners, refrigerators, water heaters, washers, and dryers) are not accepted at the Custer Transfer Station
Whole passenger vehicle tires (maximum of four per visit)
Unacceptable Waste Delivered by Residents
The following wastes are not allowed to be dropped off for disposal or recycling:
Contractor waste* generated at a residence or business and delivered by the contractor exclusively - Contractors may dispose of their waste at the NTMWD 121 Regional Disposal Facility upon paying the posted gate rate.
Household Hazardous Waste and chemicals (e.g., paint, pool chemicals, fertilizers, etc.) - Residents should call Customer Service at 972-769-4150 to schedule a Household Chemical Collection.
* Contractor waste is referred to as construction-related materials derived from remodel, expansion, and/or other residential construction projects (e.g., counter tops, cabinets, sinks, toilets, drywall / sheetrock, wallboard, AC ducting, windows and doors.
**Residents may dispose of these wastes as part of the free residential waste drop-off provided these wastes make up 10% or less of the total amount by volume being disposed. The entire load will be rejected if unacceptable wastes comprise more than 10% of the load. Residents may then pay for disposal at NTMWD 121 Regional Disposal Facility.
Note: All loads delivered to NTMWD 121 RDF for disposal must be covered with a tarp without exception.