The Chamber's Environment & Watershed Committee researches local water, water conservation, environment and recycling efforts in Granbury and Hood County. Current efforts are under way to determine local recycling efforts and what programs can be brought to Granbury.
The Hood County Citizens Collection Station takes recyclables, general items and other waste. For a complete list of items and hours of operation click here.
Below is an additional list of what items can be recycled and where:
Paper - Newspapers, magazines, office white paper, junk mail, window envelopes, postcards, phone books and catalogs can be recycled at: Hood County News, each GISD school campus, Pecan Plantation Driving Range.
Cardboard - Cardboard boxes can be recycled in designated bins at Hood County News
Paperboard - Paper board includes cereal boxes, soft drink cartons and other similar boxes. Frozen food boxes and juice cartons cannot be recycled due to the waxy coating. Can be recycled at at paper recycling bins.
Plastics - Plastics include soda bottles, detergent bottles, water jugs, milk jugs and plastic containers with the recycling numbers 1 - 7 on the bottom. Must be well rinsed.
Glass - Includes all colors of glass jars and bottles. ** At this time there is no place to recycle plastic in Hood County.
Cans - Cans include food and juice cans, dog and cat food cans, and of course soda cans. Cans are accepted at Friends for Animals Shelter. Proceeds will benefit the shelter.
Other Local Recycling Efforts Lowe's Home Improvement - Batteries, shrinkwrap and wood pallets. Home Depot- Lightbulbs
Local Trash Service Recycling Options: Duncan Disposal - Not at this time IESI - Only inside Granbury city limits Lone Star Disposal - Not at this time