- Public Works
- Garbage & Recycling
- Household Hazardous Waste
Household Hazardous Waste
- Car Oil
- Cooking Oil
- Freon (appliances with freon include refrigerators, air conditioners, and other cooling devices)
- Highly Flammable or Explosive Items (Ammunition)
- Oil-Based Paints
- Propane Tanks
- Radioactive Materials (this includes smoke detectors)
- Sharps and Needles
- Spray Cans
- Televisions and Electronics
- Toxic or Bio-Hazardous Waste
On-Demand Household Collection
AmeriWaste offers an on-demand household special collections program. Residents can have refrigerators, freezers, televisions, computers, and unwanted paint picked up from their home on an on-call basis—for a fee—by contacting AmeriWaste at 281-585-3200 and arranging for a pickup day and general time.
Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Events
As part of League City’s agreement with AmeriWaste, there are two Household Hazardous Waste disposal events hosted at Hometown Heroes each year in the spring and fall. Starting in 2023, AmeriWaste will also provide two curbside HHW disposal events, one in the summer and one in winter. Schedule and details to be provided in the coming weeks.
2023 Household Hazardous Waste events will be held on March 18 and August 26. Learn more about the Household Hazardous Waste events here.
Free Household Hazardous Waste Disposal at Stella Roberts Facility
Stella Roberts Recycling Center in Pearland takes a variety of Hazardous Waste Materials. Residents can make an appointment to drop off HHW at the facility—located at 5800 Magnolia Pkwy—from Tuesday through Saturday. There is no fee for League City residents who bring a driver’s license and recent utility bill for proof of residency.
Acceptable items include brake fluid, household chemicals and cleaners, paints and stains (max of 25 cans), general chemicals and adhesives, and lawn and pool chemicals. If your material is not listed, please call ahead at 281-489-2795 prior to booking your appointment.
Click here to schedule an appointment.
Customers looking to dispose of refrigerators, air conditioners, or other cooling devices are responsible for properly dealing with Freon disposal before the items are picked up. The item must be drained of Freon by a licensed HVAC technician or plumber. A tag bearing the service provider’s license number and date of service must been affixed to the appliance ensuring all refrigerant has been removed and properly disposed of according to state law.
Car Parts & Materials
If you need to dispose of any of the following car parts or materials, call a local automotive store to inquire about recycling options or bring them to the Stella Roberts facility. To view a list of car parts and materials, click on the dropdown menu.
- Brake Fluid
- Transmission Fluid
- Car Batteries
- Car Oil
- Oil Filter
- Car Tires
- Trailer Tires