2023 Recycle CalendarWhat does recycling in our community mean to you? We are now accepting artwork submission for our 2023 Solid Waste/Recycle residential calendar. Young residents are encouraged to submit their colorful drawings that represent how recycling can help our community or what they do to recycle at home. Submissions are accepted in-person at Temple Public Library, Solid Waste Facility (3219 Bullseye Ln.) or by uploading your art below!
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Recycling at home is simple! New products can be manufactured from recycled materials instead of virgin materials, which lessens our dependence on limited natural resources. Additionally, when we recycle, we prevent reusable materials from ending up in a landfill where they become contaminated and cannot be extracted and reused.
Green TagsHas your recycle cart not been emptied on pick-up day? Was a green tag placed on your recycle cart?
If the answer is yes, please let us explain. In an effort to reduce the amount of contaminated recyclable materials being picked up, the City of Temple has been placing green tags on recycle carts and not emptying the cart until unauthorized items have been removed.
Unaccepted ItemsPlease refer to our Curbside Recycling page for details on accepted and unauthorized items in the curbside recycling program. Contaminated recyclable materials must be taken to the landfill, which defeats the purpose of our recycling program. Please help us continue to divert recyclables by properly disposing of items. Contact us 254-298-5725 if you have any questions.
Free Oil Recycling
The City of Temple accepts a variety of oils year-round for FREE!
Bring your used motor oil or waste vegetable oils to our facility at 3219 Bullseye Lane Temple, TX 76501