Mason Creek Utility District has contracted Best Trash LLC for the waste collection services of our district. This service is provided under a long term agreement and includes the collection of all household garbage including large debris and a comprehensive recycling program. Our community is very fortunate to still enjoy backdoor pickup services, even for grass clippings, which has become a rarity in the Houston area, details about this are provided below. Twice each year a heavy/large trash collection day is held where any current resident in the community can bring large or oversized items to a central location for disposal. These collection days are quite popular and allow residents the opportunity to dispose of fencing material, tree trimmings or similar items that are difficult to dispose of. What your newsletter for dates and locations or call the district office to inquire.
Each resident is provided with a red recycling container for the collection of their recycle material. There are still a large number of residents that continue to use the blue container that has the NCCIA logo on it, this is your container and you are welcome to continue using it. If your red recycle container becomes damaged or you require a second container for the purpose of recycling please call the district office and request one.
Recycling is something that everyone can take part in to immediately make a difference for the environment. Mason Creek U.D. and Best Trash LLC have worked together to offer a very comprehensive recycling program that accepts the most common recyclable materials found in every household. A complete list of those items is provided on this page. The newest addition to the list of acceptable materials is glass bottles.
In an effort to demonstrate how we are doing collectively as a community each month, we are posting the total tonnage of recycle material collected monthly to this web page. The purpose of posting these monthly collection numbers is to raise awareness for our recycling efforts and work as a community to see the tonnage increase month over month. If you haven’t already adopted a recycling effort in your household please consider doing this and also encourage your neighbors to do the same. The more we recycle the less is sent to a landfill!