Progressive Waste Transfer Station
Beginning January 1st, 2016, residents of Haltom City can now use the Progressive Waste Solutions Transfer Station, located at 2120 Minnis Dr., four times per year for free. This service replaces the two Dumpster Days that were hosted in the fall & spring each year by Progressive Waste & Keep Haltom City Beautiful.
Acceptable materials include residential/household refuse, appliances and construction/demolition materials. The transfer station also accepts materials for recycling...and there is no charge to drop of accepted recyclables. Accepted items include glass/metal food containers, paper, cardboard and plastic containers.
Please bring proof of residency when you come to drop stuff off. this can be a water utility bill or a driver's license. For more information call Progressive Waste at 817-222-2221.
Tags: Recycle, Progressive Waste Solutions, Keep Haltom City Beautiful, Bulk Trash
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