The Tarrant County Transportation Department is proud to announce a new service to the residents of the unincorporated areas of Tarrant County. The Tarrant County Environmental Collection Center Program (TCECCP) is a regional effort by cities in Tarrant County to provide citizens a safe and effective way to dispose of household hazardous chemicals and wastes. This service is FREE to citizens of unincorporated Tarrant County and participating cities.
The Tarrant County Commissioners Court and the City Councils of the particpating cities have set aside funds to allow their citizens to drop off household hazardous chemicals and wastes at the Regional Environmental Collection Center (ECC) operated by the City of Fort Worth. The City of Fort Worth Department of Environmental Management has staffed the ECC with professional environmental personnel who unload, sort, package and arrange for proper disposal material which is brought to the ECC. Please check out the City of Fort Worth's ECC website at the logo and link below.
Environmental Collection Center
If you are a resident of unincorporated Tarrant County and would like to properly dispose of your household hazardous chemicals or waste, please complete a Voucher Request Form. Once the Voucher Request Form is complete, information will be sent to the Tarrant County Transportation Services Department for verification. After verification a voucher and information about the ECC will be emailed to the resident. The resident can now take household hazardous chemicals or waste to the ECC for proper disposal. AN UNINCORPORATED TARRANT COUNTY RESIDENT MUST HAVE A VOUCHER BEFORE GOING TO THE ECC. If you have any questions about waste disposal or the ECC, please contact Maria C. Moreno at 817-884-2634.
Thank you for visiting this site and taking the time to take care of Tarrant County's environment.
County Telephone Operator 817-884-1111
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