Farmers Branch Recycles

Don't pour your Thanksgiving grease down the drain.  

Starting Saturday November 28, 2020 the Citizen Collection Center, located in Farmers Branch at 1399 Valley View Lane, will accept used cooking oil and grease.   

Learn more about protecting your home, city, and environment during this regional collection event at  Defend Your Drains North Texas or call 972-919-2597 for additional information about the 2020 Holiday Grease Round Up.  

2020 Holiday Grease Round Up

Cooking Grease Clogs Sewers

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Recycle it for free instead!

WHAT: Drop Off Used Cooking Oil and Grease 

WHEN: Between 9am and 6pm

  • November 28th

  • December 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 26, 31

  • January 2nd

WHERE: 1399 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch 75234

CCC closed Thanksgiving Day, Friday after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day


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Farmers Branch provides two local options for residents to recycle everyday items that otherwise go to the landfill. For a list of what items that can be recycled, view or download Where Does It Go?

Recycling can be placed in a vendor provided cart.
Recycling is also accepted at the Citizen Collection Station. This is a drive up and drop off facility that accepts recycling, including E-recycling, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 9 AM and 6 PM.

To have a recycling cart delivered to your home please contact the Public Works Department at 972.919.2597.

Additional Recycling Information & Tips for Reducing Waste



Mulching and Composting, A Take Care of Texas Guide - View or download information about mulch and compost.

Time to Recycle - A website designed for easy access to recycling programs available in North Central Texas region.

Take Care of Texas Recycling - Tips on Reducing Your Waste

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Recycling - Recycling Initiatives for Individuals

EPA Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - Learn how reducing, reusing, and recycling can help you, your community, and the environment by saving money, energy, and natural resources.