May flowers typically follow April showers, but college towns usually face hills of couches and other furniture instead of wildflowers, especially near graduation. To ensure your next move is all roses, the Solid Waste Division recommends a short review of collection procedures and recycling and donation options. Continue reading How you can help conquer unsightly curbside trash heaps during the annual spring student exodus
Each year, thousands of visitors flock to College Station parks to enjoy beautiful weather and good company. Unfortunately, some of our guests leave a lot of trash behind. By reducing your footprint when visiting a park, you can help minimize litter. Continue reading How you can help tackle the trash problem and keep our parks clean, beautiful, and safe
Solid Waste collection is an essential service that keeps our streets and neighborhoods clean and safe. As part of National Waste and Recycling Workers Week, we recognize our hard-working solid waste employees and offer our sincere appreciation for their steadfast dedication to our community. Continue reading Why you should appreciate the dedicated trash collectors who keep our neighborhoods clean
Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 outbreak, the City of College Station’s Solid Waste Division continues to provide essential solid waste collection services to our residents. On average, each of our collection trucks collects waste from 1,300 homes a day. We ask for your patience and understanding as our solid waste workers do their best to take care of our community’s needs as safely and efficiently as we can. Continue reading How you can help solid waste collections run smoothly
Let’s talk trash! More specifically, how and when to dispose of it to avoid costly code violations.
The end of the spring semester means many Texas A&M and Blinn students are graduating and preparing to move out of their apartments and houses. As part of the process, they discover they no longer need much of what they’ve accumulated through their college years. For the City of College Station’s Code Enforcement Division, that can lead to problems. Continue reading Moving out? Consider the options for your unwanted stuff