Texas Disposal Systems General FAQ
Are you still operating during the COVID-19 outbreak?
As a recognized essential facilities owner, operator and services provider, TDS proudly remains open to offer “Noticeably Different, Noticeably Better” services related to the collection, processing, recycling, composting and disposal of solid waste, and other essential services to all our customers and the communities we serve.
For information on how we’re keeping our workers safe, as well as a letter from our CEO, Bob Gregory, please see our Essential Services page.
How can I stay updated on services regarding COVID-19?
What are your hours of operation?
Our hours of operation vary among our several locations. Find our hours by location here.
Our facilities are open on all holidays with normal hours with the exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year’s. TDS facilities are closed on those days.
What are your gate rates?
Texas Disposal Systems gate rate prices differ by location. A full list of gate rate pricing can be found here.
For a list of our transfer stations and remote drop-off points, please refer to the addresses below:
Bee Cave Transfer Station
4001 Ranch Road 620 South
Bee Cave, Texas 78738
7561 E. Evans Rd.
San Antonio, Texas 78266
18125 FM 1686
Victoria, Texas 77905
Georgetown Transfer Station
250 W.L. Walden Drive
Georgetown, Texas 78626
Starcrest Transfer Station
San Antonio, Texas 78247
3016 FM 1327
Creedmoor, Texas 78610
Weimar Transfer Station
801 E St. Charles St
Weimar, Texas 78962
Are you hiring?
We post job vacancies as they become available. Texas Disposal Systems offers competitive pay, benefits, paid time off, and paid holidays.
Explore a career at Texas Disposal Systems through our Careers page, here.
What companies are affiliated with TDS?
Many companies and programs are affiliated with Texas Disposal Systems, including TDS Excavation Services, Texas Landfill Management, Inc., Texas Organic Products, Acme Iron & Metal in San Angelo and the six Garden-Ville locations across central Texas. We also offer several business units under the TDS name, such as disaster relief efforts, green builder solutions, and more.
Are you publicly owned, or do you receive government grants?
Texas Disposal Systems and our affiliated companies remain privately owned and operated. We receive no grant money, and instead have assisted non-profit groups in raising more than $26,000,000 through the use of our Event Pavilion.
Are you still owned by the same family that started the business?
Bobby and Jimmy Gregory started the company in 1977 and continue to run the business. Their children are now part of our Leadership Team and we continue to run the company as a family business.