Open for collection:

2514 Business Center Drive
Austin 78744 (Map)

Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday 7:00 am- 12:00 pm

Todd Lane is under construction. Please use S. Industrial Dr. instead of Todd Lane to access the facility. Exit Woodward St, take the Ben White eastbound access rd., turn right onto S. Industrial Dr., left onto Business Center Dr.

Closed all City Holidays: Please check the city website

The City of Austin Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Facility is open to City of Austin and Travis County residents to safely dispose hazardous waste. Pouring chemicals down the drain, dumping them on the ground or putting them in the trash is dangerous and harmful to the environment.

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The Household Hazardous Waste Facility will dispose of up to 30 gallons of hazardous waste generated in the home free of charge. If a resident brings more than 30 gallons of hazardous waste, they may be charged at cost for the disposal of the extra waste. The cost of disposal varies, depending on the material. However, the cost is sometimes greater than the original purchase price. Please do not bring items in containers with more than 5 gallons of capacity.

You can find more information about hazardous waste, including the list of household hazardous waste items are accepted and what items are not accepted, on the city's website. If you have any questions you can call the facility at (512) 974-4343 or you can call the Travis County coordinator at (512) 854-4496.


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Austin ReBlend

Did you know that your leftover paint can be re-blended with other paint and is available for your use … and right now it's FREE! Talk about a great way to keep hazardous waste out of the landfill AND get a great deal on paint.

Re-Blended paint:

  • Helps keep paint out of landfills
  • Conserves water used to make new paint
  • Prevents pollution from the mining and extraction of raw materials
  • Moves Austin further toward its zero waste goal

  • Austin Water answers your questions about proper disposal of grease.
  • The Hazardous Home Handbook is published by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality and is a helpful guide to hazardous household products and their effective alternatives.
  • What Do I Do With ... is a great site from City of Austin that should help you figure out how to recycle just about anything!

You can find more information about hazardous waste, including the list of household hazardous waste items are accepted and what items are not accepted, on the city's website. If you have any questions you can email or call the facility at (512) 974-4343 or you can call the Travis County coordinator at (512) 854-4496.