Brazoria County Residential Trash Service
Our waste management company proudly provides top quality Brazoria County residential garbage removal.
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Weekly Brazoria County residential garbage collection is performed on
Monday through Friday.
You should have your Waste Connections of TX Angleton garbage container
within 5 feet of the curb by 7:00am on the day it's to be picked up.
Where To Place Your Container: 5 Tips For Perfect Cart Placement
Keep carts three(3) feet apart
Our Waste Connections of Texas trucks use a mechanical technique that lifts and empties the carts without the drivers leaving the truck. This helps to reduce safety hazards and ease traffic congestion on our residential trash pickup routes. The trash cart must not be obstructed at any time on the day of residential garbage collection. Allow a minimum of three feet of clearance on all sides of the cart from any objects such as trees, fences, mailboxes, streetlights and other carts.
Keep all carts at least six(6) feet from cars.
Do not park any vehicles in front of the cart. Carts must be a minimum of six feet away from any vehicles. Be sure to place your cart so that pedestrians may still use the sidewalk.
Place the wheels of your cart as close to the curb as possible
Please place your Waste Connections Angleton cart on either side of your driveway or at the edge of the curb. Placing your cart at the curb or driveway edge will ensure successful residential garbage collection by our automated trucks.
Place the side where the cart lids open facing into the street
5. Close each cart lid completely
Please remove all containers from the street as soon as possible after collection.
To prevent littering, please do not overfill 95 gallon carts and please keep the lids closed at all times.
Trash Acceptable / Unacceptable Materials
- Cat or Dog Pet waste (only if double bagged)
- Household Garbage
- Ashes, hot or cold
- Automobile batteries
- Compact fluorescent bulbs & tubes (CFL)
- Dead animals
- Dirt, rocks or concrete
- Electronic waste (computers, TV, and more)
- Household hazardous waste
- Liquid waste like paint
- Medical waste
- Motor oil
- Sharps (needles or syringes)
- Un-bagged packing pellets or sawdust
- Wood waste
- Yard waste
To properly dispose of the following items, please visit the resources below: