Recycle More NRH
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
The City of North Richland Hills encourages all residents to practice the 3Rs:
In addition to our curbside recycling program, the following recycling opportunities are available:
|Aluminum Cans||Donate cans to the Paws to Recycle Program, benefiting the NRH Animal Adoption & Rescue Center.|
|Batteries||Rechargeable batteries should not be thrown in the trash. They may be recycled at Home Depot (6505 NE Loop 820 or 6411 Precinct Line Road) and Batteries Plus (5041 Davis Boulevard). Automotive batteries will be accepted when you purchase a new battery. Batteries Plus will also accepts auto and boat batteries.|
|Catalogs, Newspapers, Magazines||Donate these items to the Paws to Recycle Program, benefiting the NRH Animal Adoption & Rescue Center.|
|Christmas Tree Recycling||The city partners with Republic Services to provide opportunities for residents to recycle their Christmas Trees.|
|Clothing, Toys, Household Goods, Etc.||Practice "reuse" by donating gently used items. Goodwill, the Salvation Army and other charities accept these items. Goodwill is located at 7201 Rufe Snow Dr. You may call the Salvation Army at 817-834-6271 or Goodwill at 817-466-3246 for pick up of large, bulky items.|
|Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) Bulbs||At Home Depot (6505 NE Loop 820 or 6411 Precinct Line Road), customers can bring in any expired, unbroken CFL bulbs and the bulbs will then be recycled in an environmentally responsible manner.|
|Computers||State law requires manufacturers that sell new computer equipment in Texas to offer consumers a free recycling program. View a list of computer recyclers at www.texasrecyclescomputers.org.|
|Electronics||Goodwill Industries, 7201 Rufe Snow Dr., accepts working and non-working electronic equipment. Televisions will not be accepted.|
|Plastic Bags||Plastic bags can be returned to most local grocery stores for recycling.|
|Special Event Recycling Bin Loan Program||Whether you're hosting a family picnic, neighborhood block party, fundraiser or community festival, the city can help you reduce waste and produce a green event. View our brochure or call Neighborhood Services at 817-427-6650 for details.|
|Televisions||As part of the Texas Television Recycling Program, retailers are required to provide television recycling information to consumers starting July 1, 2012. View a list of television recyclers at www.texasrecyclestvs.org.
Still unsure of where to take items for recycling or proper disposal? Call us at 817-427-6650.