Texas Disposal Systems Holiday Schedule 2019 FAQ

In the U.S., people throw away 25% more trash between Thanksgiving and New Year’s than any other time of year. At TDS, we help our local Texas communities remove the additional waste created during this time and also help divert as much as we can from landfills. 

For more information on how you can divert waste this holiday season, check out our tips on the blog or the Waste Wizard, which can help you determine which items can be composted or recycled rather than thrown in the trash bin.

We also offer a free Christmas greens and organic decoration recycling program. Learn about our living greenery and Christmas tree recycling program here

Trash & Recycling Pickup Schedule by Holiday

Texas Disposal Systems is closed on the following holidays:

Thanksgiving Day

Christmas Day

New Year’s Day

 

TDS is open and provides service as usual for all other holidays, including:

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Presidents Day

Easter

Memorial Day

Independence Day (4th of July)

Labor Day

Columbus Day

Veterans Day

Christmas Eve

New Year’s Eve

What happens if my pickup schedule falls on a holiday?

If your regular pickup schedule falls on one of these days, TDS service will slide one day.

For example, on Thanksgiving, Thursday pickup will slide to Friday and Friday pickup will slide to Saturday. Normal Saturday services are not affected by holiday changes.

Which TDS-serviced cities are affected by the holiday schedule?

All TDS serviced cities are affected by the holiday schedule, including:

Which TDS facilities are affected by the holiday schedule?

All TDS serviced cities are affected by the holiday schedule, including: