Address:3810 Todd Lane Phone: 512-974-4373 Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Resource Recovery Center (RRC) offers the following services:
Mulch – The RRC offers free wood mulch. You must load and haul the mulch yourself.
Item Drop-Off – Residents can drop off hard plastic items, electronics, brush and more at the RRC. See below for a detailed list of accepted items. Drop-off for hard plastics and electronics is free. Brush drop-off is free for City of Austin residents, but there is a charge for non-residents. There is a charge for all tire drop-offs. See below for details.
Accepted Items (Drop-Off)
Some of the most common items we accept are listed below. This is not a complete list. If you are not sure whether the RRC accepts an item, call us at 512-974-4373 or use the What Do I Do With web app.
We accept all hard plastic items; just remove any metal pieces. Small plastic items can go in your blue cart at home. Here are some examples of recyclable hard plastics that might be too large for your blue cart but that you can bring to the RRC:
Lawn chairs and furniture
Electronics and Appliances
If it plugs in, we probably accept it. Examples:
Computer equipment, including keyboards and mice
Mobile devices, including cell phones, smartphones, PDAs and pagers
Printers, scanners, copiers and fax machines
Video game consoles
Hot water heaters
Brush that we accept includes leaves, tree limbs, yard trimmings and Christmas trees (with decorations removed). This service is free of charge for City of Austin residents, but fees apply for non-residents. Please call 512-974-4373 for details.
Fees apply: $6 per tire that is less than 20 inches in diameter, $7 per tire that is over 20 inches in diameter.
Toilets – You can discard these at your local landfill (charges apply).
Mattresses or box springs – You can set these out for bulk collection or discard them at your local landfill (charges apply).
Construction debris – If your construction debris is in good condition, you might be able to donate it to the Habitat for Humanity RE-store, where it can be reused. You can also discard it at your local landfill (charges apply).