Environmental Services COVID-19 Information & Updates

Update: June 2

Brush and bulky waste curbside pickup resuming normal schedule

The City of Mansfield Environmental Services and Republic Services will resume the normal schedule for curbside brush and bulky waste pickup. Beginning June 4, residents can place bundled brush and bulky waste curbside on their regularly scheduled garbage collection days. This service was temporarily suspended in April and replaced with a Wednesday-only pickup from April 8 through June 3. The temporary, Wednesday-only, pickup will stop after June 3, and does not affect regular garbage pick-up. Get all the details about the update and learn more about what’s acceptable to put out for regular garbage pickup.

Update: June 1

Recycling Dumpsters at the ECC are open to the public beginning today

  • Please leave the lids open after you’ve placed your items in the dumpster
  • Staff will be disinfecting the dumpsters three times daily
  • Please maintain social distancing while you drop off your recyclables

Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Events to resume for the June regularly scheduled dates

  • Thursday, June 11, and  Friday, June 12, from 3 to 7 p.m. 
  • Saturday, June 13, from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Some changes in drop-off procedures have been added to ensure safety for both residents and staff:

  • Residents will be required to stay in their vehicles. Staff will unload all materials.
  • Staff will wear masks and gloves and maintain social distancing as much as feasible.
  • In order to be as contactless as possible, staff is evaluating the best method to verify residences without the need to physically touch a driver’s license. 
  • Residents are requested to wear a mask covering both the nose and mouth during verbal exchange with staff.

For a list of acceptable items visit: https://www.mansfieldtexas.gov/201/Collection-Center

A message from Republic regarding trash and recycling

Officials at Republic Services are asking all customers to keep trash and other materials secure in plastic bags for collection to reduce potential risk to crews.

Customers should place all materials in plastic bag and not in boxes or other unsecured receptacles, making sure the bags are secured tightly to prevent the scattering of waste materials. This also applies to customers who use trash cans or carts. Materials should not be placed loosely into trash cans or carts.

Recycling materials should continue to be placed in the rolling bins. Do not bag recycling materials.

Republic Services is also requesting that residents refrain from placing large amounts of bulk and yard waste out for collection at this time. Crews are expecting an increase in residential trash volumes during the current public health emergency. 

"Our focus is to maintain the collection of normal household materials that might pose a health risk to our workers and the community at large," officials said. "We know this places an imposition on our customers, but we believe these changes are necessary given the current situation."