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Sugar Land’s two drop-off recycling centers now closed

Sugar Land’s drop-off recycling centers at 113 Gillingham Lane and 4802 Scenic Rivers Drive closed on June 1.

The city now contracts with Republic Services to provide recycling for all residents and businesses.  With the addition of the commercial franchise, Republic Services is contacting businesses to discuss service levels for solid waste and recycling.

Residents currently receive automated curbside recycling collection once per week utilizing a City-issued recycling cart.  Sugar Land’s curbside recycling program was expanded last year to include all colors of glass bottles and jars.

The addition of a green waste program ensures all green waste — grass clippings, leaves, brush, tree limbs, etc. — will be recycled rather than sent to a landfill.

To locate a regional recycling center, visit www.recycleinfo.org.

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