- Visit the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) website for recycling options offered by computer and television manufacturers. All computer and television manufacturers are required to offer recycling options for the equipment they produce.
- Conduct an Internet search for companies that are accepting and in some cases offering rebates for electronic items such as MP3 players, wireless phones, electronic camcorders etc. Some stores sometimes offer trade-in programs for computers, monitors, digital cameras, camcorders, game systems and other gadgets.
- Take unwanted electronics to one of the City of Fort Worth’s three drop-off stations for recycling. The drop-off stations will accept computer equipment, many other electronic items and up to two televisions per Fort Worth household every six months. These items will then be recycled under an agreement that the city has with Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth. Goodwill also accepts these items at their donation centers.
Report an issue by phone:
The call center is open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays.
Get collection reminders and look up how to dispose of waste on your smartphone with the new City of Fort Worth Garbage & Recycling app.
City of Fort Worth curbside garbage and recycling services are provided by Waste Management and Knight Waste Services.