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Solid Waste & Recycling
The Town provides for the weekly curbside collection of garbage for town residents. There is no charge for this service.
Please have the 95-gallon garbage container at the curb in front of your home by 6:00 a.m. on the morning of your collection. Although the truck collecting the garbage can often pick up your garbage around the same time on every collection day, their routes are subject to change. This could result in your garbage being pickup up much earlier or later than what you may be accustomed to.
Please remember that trash needs to be bagged before it is put into trash cart. Also, you may not put things like wood, construction debris or carpet inside the carts. These are not accepted at the Hanes Mill Road landfill.
Click here to find a list of Recycling Contacts and Locations and additional information about disposal of non-allowable items.
The Town of Lewisville offers curbside recycling to its residents. It is picked up every other week along with your garbage on your regular garbage collection day. Please have both containers at the curb in front of your home by 6:00 a.m. on your collection day. Containers must be at least 5 feet apart from one another to allow ample space for the truck to pick up each container.
For more information on what can and cannot be recycled, please see the "Recycling Guidelines."
Please Note: You may now recycle plastic bottle caps.
Videos courtesy of Waste Management, the Town's current recycling provider.
Special Recycling Events
The Recycling Committee sponsors several special Recycling Collection Days during the year. These events take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on David McKee St. next to Shallowford Square.
Items that will be accepted at the SPECIAL Recycling Collection events: plastic and paper grocery bags, Styrofoam peanuts, egg cartons, bubble wrap, inkjet, and laser cartridges, cell phones, plastic six-pack rings, household batteries (only NiCAD, mercury, lead and lithium), residential fluorescent bulbs, empty propane grill tanks, corks, #1 non-small neck plastic containers like Cool Whip tubs and lids, #5 plastic food containers, and automobile batteries
Any item currently accepted in curbside recycling, along with motor oil, latex paint, and antifreeze. These items must be taken to the 3RC EnviroStation in Winston-Salem. Also no glass or other plastics. Clean and used toys and housewares should be taken to Goodwill. NO BULKY ITEMS.