Many common household products contain chemicals that could easily ignite or explode if not disposed of properly. These toxic chemicals can have adverse effects on people, animals, plants, and fish; therefore, they require special care when being disposed of.
3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
(rain or shine)
Spring Saturday Collection
April 17, 2021
Fall Saturday Collection
October 16, 2021
- Valid driver’s license and
- Residents: Recent City of Round Rock water bill
- Voucher Participants: Valid HHW Voucher
- Non-residents: $40 per car, cash or check payments accepted
- Seal containers and place in boxes to prevent spills in your vehicle (please no bags).
- Items should be easily accessible for staff.
- Do not mix HHW. Incompatible products might react, ignite, or explode.
- If possible, keep products in original containers with labels intact.
- Please label unmarked containers if contents are known.
- Limit materials to no more than 25 gallons.
- Remain in your vehicle and a member of our staff will assist you.
Appointment Based Service
This service is available to anyone who is unable to attend a regularly scheduled collection and needs to arrange an alternate drop-off time for HHW materials. Please note that this service cannot be scheduled for the weekend. Please contact the City’s Solid Waste Management Coordinator, Jennifer Trogdon at 512-218-5554 or via email to schedule the appointment.
- Round Rock Residents: Bring valid driver’s license, recent City water bill, and $20 fee cash or check (no credit/debit cards accepted)
- Voucher Participants: Bring a valid HHW Voucher and $20 fee cash or check (no credit/debit cards accepted)
- Non-residents: Bring $60 fee cash or check (no credit/debit cards accepted)
- Call 512-218-5554 to schedule an appointment
Automotive products are accepted from residents daily at the Recycling Center during normal operating hours.
- Brake, transmission, power steering fluid
- Car batteries
- Gasoline *
- Motor oil
- Oil filters
- Wal-Mart Automotive Center: 512-310-9024
- Discount Tire: 512-341-8593
- NTB National Tire and Battery: 512-238-9523
Williamson County Residents
Williamson County and Waste Management host HHW collection events twice a year for residents of Williamson County. Details at Williamson County HHW.
- Open the can to let the paint dry. Adding cat litter speeds up the process.
Once the paint is completely dry, you may dispose of it and the can with your regular household trash.
How much paint do you need?
|1. Determine the total square feet (sq ft) of each area to be painted:||Example:|
|For each wall, multiply the height by the width:||10 ft. x 12 ft. = 120 sq ft (one wall)|
|For each ceiling, multiply the length by the width:||15 ft. x 12 ft. = 180 sq ft (one ceiling)|
|2. Add up the total sq ft for all walls and ceilings to be painted:||120 sq ft + 180 sq ft = 300 total sq ft|
|3. Determine gal of paint needed for one coat (divide total sq ft by 400):||300 sq ft / 400 = .75 gallons|