Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Crud Cruiser Helps Clean up Environment called Big Success


This year’s CRUD Cruiser was held on Saturday on June 2nd at Carroll ISD’s Dragon Stadium.  Residents arrived in an orderly fashion, no long lines, to dispose of any old hazardous household waste products around their home.

The “Crud Cruiser” operated on a “first come, first serve” basis and once the unit was full, the environmental collection center closed at its schedule time, 11:00 a.m.

Residents who were unable to dispose of their household waste items at the CISD location will have another opportunity on September 8th.  At that time we will also be offering document shredding and electronics recycling. Watch for more information on that upcoming event.

So what items and products are accepted at the “Crud Cruiser” disposal event?

What’s accepted?                                                What’s NOT accepted?

•Automotive fluids                                                     Ammunition & Explosives

•Batteries                                                                     Appliances & electronics

•Cleaners & chemicals                                               Building Materials

•Cooking oil                                                                 Bulk Trash & yard waste

•Lawn/garden/pool chemicals                                Butane/propane cylinders

•Light bulbs                                                                 Medical waste

•Medicines                                                                   Tires

•Paint & painting supplies                                        Asbestos/PCBs/Radioactive items

**IMPORTANT:  If you have non-oil based paint (latex, water-based paint) you can let it dry out and place it out for residential trash pick-up. If you need more helpful information, you can find it here: http://www.tceq.texas.gov/assets/public/comm_exec/pubs/pd/020/04-03/waste-x.pdf

The City of Southlake DPS is happy to provide an environmentally friendly location for its residents to dispose of hazardous household waste products in a safe, hassle-free and responsible way.  If you have any questions, please contact our DPS Community Initiatives Officer Renni Burt at 817-748-8349 and she will be happy to help you.