Electronics Recycling and Paper Shredding
At-Your-Door Service Begins January 1, 2022
Avoid the lines! Beginning January 1, 2022, residents can schedule a home pickup for household hazardous waste and electronic waste through Waste Management's At-Your-Door Special Collection. To schedule a home collection, visit WMAtYourDoor.com or call 800-449-7587.
Electronics Recycling & Paper Shredding
Consider arriving after 10:00 am to better serve you in a timely manner and to help avoid long vehicle lines. The electronic recycling and paper shred lines are longest from 9:00 am to 10:00 am though both events run through 12:00 pm. Electronic recycling and paper shred does NOT require registration. If you have household hazardous waste (chemicals, batteries, paint, etc.), you will need to register. The collection event takes place at the Cedar Hill High School parking lot (1 Longhorn Boulevard).
- December 11, 2021
- March 12, 2022
A NOTE ON GPS
Please note that the event is located at the Cedar Hill High School parking lot near the intersection of US 67 and Cooper. If you are using GPS, you may be given directions to the south entrance to the school which may be closed.
Most electronics are accepted: computers, laptops, iPads, cell phones, monitors, tablets, projectors, scanners, printers, stereos, televisions of all sizes, and MORE (PDF)!
Residential electronics only. Staff has the right to determine and refuse commercial electronics.
United Electronic Recycling currently provides electronics recycling services for Environmental Collection Day.
Bring up to 3 boxes of residential household paper waste. To keep yourself and staff safe, a full box is a box one person could reasonably lift by themselves. You may drop off or watch the vendor shred your paper waste.
Residential paper waste only. Staff has the right to determine and refuse commercial paper waste.
Proshred Security currently provides secure paper shredding services for Environmental Collection Day.
Cannot wait for Environmental Collection Day?
Cedar Hill residents have the option to bring household hazardous waste and electronic waste to the Mansfield ECC. Staff have the right to identify, determine and refuse commercial wastes. High volumes of electronic waste not typically found in normal residential waste will also be refused. If you have questions, contact the Mansfield ECC. Contact info below.
In partnership with CHISD, Re-Tek and Recycling for a Cause, the City provides drop-off bins for mobile phones, tablets and laptops. Proceeds of the drop-off bins benefit the students of Cedar Hill ISD and Rebuilding Our Heroes.
There is currently no alternative for secure document shredding.
ADDRESS: 616 S Wisteria St, Mansfield, TX 76063 (Google Maps)
PHONE NUMBER: 817-728-3655
HOURS OF OPERATION: Second Saturday of each month from 10 am to 3 pm; Thursday and Friday before the second Saturday from 3 pm to 7 pm
Accepts both HHW and electronics.
Driver’s license with Cedar Hill address required
Small Electronics Drop-off
Mobile phones, tablets and laptops only.
LOCATIONS: Government Center across from Utility Billing, Alan E. Sims Recreation Center, Cedar Hill High School, Collegiate Academy and High School, Ninth Grade Center
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
TCEQ offers information on recycling programs offered by electronic equipment manufacturers. Visit their website, or call them at 512-239-3143.
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events
HHW collection events take place on the same day as electronic recycling and paper shredding events. However, HHW collection events require registration. Please visit the HHW website for more information.