Reduce, Re-Use, Recycle – we all hear the phrase, but have you ever stopped to think about the order of these words? The phrase happens to be structured in order of importance for waste reduction…
Keep Grapevine Beautiful supports the Household Hazardous Waste and Grapevine Recycles Day events hosted by the City of Grapevine Environmental Services Division. These annual collection events take place in the Spring and Fall and are offered at no charge to Grapevine residents. These waste reduction events allow citizens to dispose of hazardous materials of all kinds, including paint and yard chemicals, Styrofoam, E-waste and other hard to recycle items.
Waste reduction education is a priority for Keep Grapevine Beautiful. Our ECO Talks feature experts in existing and innovative fields that address this pressing topic. Go here to see upcoming ECO Talks.
Below are some additional resources to help you reduce waste.
Become a better recycler and sort your waste correctly. Download the free Recycle Coach app and have access to your waste schedule, receive weekly reminders, and the “What Goes Where?” search tool.
Residential limbs and other yard trimmings are collected and converted to mulch on the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month. Brush & Bulky Waste is collected and taken to the landfill 2nd, 4th & 5th Wednesdays. Learn more here.
Residents can drop off recyclables at the City’s drop-off recycle station from 6:30 am – 4:00 pm. You can leave electronics and bulk items such as household appliances and common recyclables: cardboard, all paper, plastics and glass. The Drop-off Station is located in the northwest corner of the parking lot at 500 Shady Brook Drive.