What type of recycling services are available to me?

The City of Taylor's new Curbside Recycling Program begins on February 26, 2018. It is single-stream, which means glass, plastic and paper, etc., can all go into the same container without a need to separate items. The city's recycling facility at 1424 N. Main St. will be permanently closed as of March 28, 2018. Until then, it is open 24 hrs/7 days a week and there are two additional facilities located in Williamson County.

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1. How do I dispose of bulk garbage items?
2. Curbside Recycling Program begins
3. What type of recycling services are available to me?
4. When will the recycling services start?
5. Why should we recycle?
6. What items are recyclable?
7. When will our recycling cart be serviced?
8. Are we able to have an extra recycling cart?
9. Can I refuse to have a recycling cart if I don't want a cart?
10. Will I still be charged if I don't want a recycling cart?
11. What if my recycling cart wasn't emptied on my pick-up day?
12. If my cart is lost/damaged/stolen can I have another one?
13. When will my first charge for Curbside Recycling show up on my utility bill?
14. What happens if I put recyclables in the wrong cart?
15. What happens if trash is placed in the recycle cart?
16. My recycling was not picked up on my scheduled day. What should I do?
17. How will I know the Holiday Pick-up Schedule?
18. Where do my recyclables go / what are they used for?
19. Can I tour the Recycling Center?
20. How do I report a water emergency after hours?
21. How do I dispose of brush?