Bulky Collection

Bulky Collection

How do I schedule a bulky item collection?

Call our Customer Care team at (800) 375-8375 or email customercare@texasdisposal.com to schedule your bulky pick-up. Our team will verify your address, local ordinances and items to set up your pick-up.

How much does TDS collect in a single bulky item pick-up?

TDS generally collects three cubic yards in a single pick-up, which is roughly the size of a washer and dryer sitting next to one another.

Loads larger than three cubic yards can be collected at an additional cost.

How much does a TDS bulky pick-up cost?

Your cost will vary depending on your address, local ordinances and items you are disposing of with a bulky pick-up. Please contact our Customer Care team at (800) 375-8375 or customercare@texasdisposal.com to get an accurate cost.

What kinds of items can be collected in a bulky pick-up?

Acceptable bulky waste materials include, but are not limited to, items such as:

  • Furniture
  • Mattresses
  • Box Springs
  • Appliances (Freon must be removed)
  • Water Heaters (must be drained)
  • Wood (without nails)
  • Doors
  • Carpet
  • Toilets
  • Fiberglass tubs (TDS will not accept ceramic or porcelain tubs)
  • Soft metal (such as basketball goals or fence posts)

What items are not allowed in a bulky pick-up?

TDS will not accept hazardous materials, such as but not limited to, paints, household cleaners, chemicals, dead animals, vehicles or automotive parts.

TDS will also not collect items such as soils, dirt, sand, tires, concrete, bricks, fiberglass insulation, construction materials, broken glass or sheet glass.

Other limitations may apply. Please contact Customer Care to confirm your bulky waste items can be collected.

What time does my bulky waste need to be on the curb?

Please place your bulky items on the curb no later than 7 a.m. on the day of your scheduled pick-up date.

Where should I place my items on the curb?

Please keep your bulky items at least five feet away from obstacles such as mailboxes, cars, tree branches, utility lines, personal items and private property.