Rural Pick-Up Waste Solutions
Solid Waste Services & Landscaping Solutions for Rural Customers
At Texas Disposal Systems, we recognize and support our rural neighbors in Texas. From unincorporated areas and industrial zones to private neighborhoods and ranches, we service rural customers on a one-to-one basis. We process their recycling, composting and solid waste at our fully integrated facility, right here in Southeast Travis County.
We proudly offer solid waste services and landscaping solutions to our rural customers. Contact us today to learn more about our rural waste services.
Our Rural Waste Services
We are proud to offer services to unincorporated communities, ranches, farms, and other rural customers in Texas.
Our rural services include roll-off dumpsters, standard dumpsters and carts, solid waste collection, green waste and recycling collection, and several landscaping solutions for properties, such as brush grinding, erosion control, excavation, soils, mulches, and compost.
We are a Seal of Testing Assurance (STA) Certified Provider of landscaping materials by the United States Composting Council.
Call (800) 375-8375 to speak with our Customer Care team about rural Texas pickup and other waste management services.
Rural Bulky Collection Services
We offer bulky item collections for materials that don’t fit into normal containers, like furniture, appliances, doors, carpet, and other bulky items.
While contracts vary from city to city, TDS will generally collect 3 cubic yards per bulky pickup. This is roughly about the size of a full washer and dryer side-by-side. These items should be placed on the curb for collection no later than 6 a.m. on the day of service. TDS will not enter a residence to collect items.
TDS will not accept hazardous materials, such as paints, chemicals, dead animals, sheet glass or fiberglass insulation. TDS will also not collect items like dirt, concrete, or construction material. Other limitations may exist. Please contact Customer Care at (800) 375-8375 to schedule a pickup and verify your local ordinances.