Located in Houston's Energy Corridor

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Fleetwood POA

​​Eco Waste & Recyling

Phone:   832-623-6564


Fleetwood Collection Schedule is:


1)      Wednesday & Saturday, collection will begin anytime from 7 a.m.
2)      Saturday collection will begin anytime from 7 a.m.
3)      Wednesday, beginning anytime from 7 a.m.


Trash Guidelines


Recycling - Homeowners electing recycling service will be billed $32.48 directly by EcoWaste on an annual basis, in advance, for using company-issued 65 gallon recycle carts. To sign-up for recycling, please contact EcoWaste at 832-623-6564, press option 1 for customer care to sign up for recycle service. Recycling will be collected every Wednesday. Recyclable items include but are not limited to paper, cardboard, plastic, electronics, glass bottles and aluminum materials. Each resident who elects to recycle will receive a 65-Gallon recycle cart.
Trash Pickup - Household waste will be collected on Wednesday and Saturday. Household waste is defined as waste generated inside the house.
Heavy Trash Waste Collection - Bulky waste Items, including furniture and appliances (stoves, refrigerators, washer and dryers), will be collected each week on Saturday. Excluded fromcollection are all hazardous waste, carpet, and construction debris resulting from remodeling or demolition operations.
By federal law, refrigerators and freezers or any other items containing Freon must be drained of Freon and have an accompanying bill to validate such service was performed.

Yard and Tree Waste - Tree. shrub and brush trimmings will be collected each week on Saturday and must be tied and bundled in lengths no greater than four feet, weighing less than forty pounds and branches with a maximum diameter of three (3) inches, and placed at the curb as part of normal collections. The bundling is required to allow quick pick up and size limitations are required to avoid damaging the equipment in the crushing process.
Unacceptable Items - Because of government restrictions, personnel and community safety, and protection of equipment, the following items cannot be collected: gasoline, motor oil and used oil filters, paint and other similar liquids, vehicle tires and batteries, and large pieces of metal such as car fenders or engines. Debris from construction and remodeling such as carpet, rocks, bricks, concrete, dirt, sand, gravel, roofing, lumber, fence boards, and large pieces of glass also cannot be collected.Potentially dangerous materials such as sharp objects, glass, metal, and the like should be properly
identified and separated from other trash and/or double wrapped to avoid potential injury to the loader.