Crud Cruiser mobile collection trailers travel to neighborhoods to collect household hazardous waste from March through November.
These events are for residents of the host government only. Residents of other cities will be turned away. Commercial, business or industrial waste cannot be accepted under Texas regulations.
Bring proof of residency (current water bill, valid driver’s license) and a voucher if required by your city.
The capacity of the Crud Cruiser is limited, so events may end earlier than advertised. Events may also be cancelled in the event of rain. In either case, please do not leave household hazardous waste and chemicals in the parking lot. In either case, please bring items to the City of Fort Worth’s Environmental Collection Center.
Fort Worth residents can contact 817-392-1234 for more information about disposal and recycling of household hazardous waste. Residents of other cities should contact their city for more information.
Waste Handling Instructions
- Leave products in original, marked containers. If unlabeled, please label contents clearly.
- Place leaking containers in a second container of like material (glass for corrosives, metal for flammables).
- Place items securely in boxes or bins (no trash bags) in the trunk of the car or bed of pickup.
- Remain in vehicle and allow staff to unload waste.
To report air or stormwater pollution by phone,
For emergency situations,
Water Quality Permits
Industrial Stormwater Permitting Workshop
The City of Fort Worth Code Compliance Environmental Quality Division and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Small Business Assistance will be available to answer questions about the TPDES general industrial storm water permit and Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) requirements. Feb. 27, 9 -10:30 a.m.