Here at KLB we take our recycling seriously!
You can always recycle your soda cans, plastic bottles, paper, cardboard, phonebooks, etc here at our office. But did you know that we also recycle cell phones, ink cartridges, and electronics? Give our office a call to see if your item can be recycled.
Don’t know where to take your recycled goods?
We can let you know the closest destination, and in most cases get it there for you. Remember to do your part and recycle, our landfills are filling up quickly. Recycling helps to avoid contaminating our environment and makes it safer for everyone.
Places to recycle in Lewisville:
Need to know if your item can be recycled?
Please visit HERE for a comprehensive list of places that accept recyclables in the Lewisville area.
1.Residential Convenience Center
330 W. Jones St., Lewisville. Accepts aluminum cans, glass, plastics, newspaper, 24/7
HHW collections are held every second saturday of the month, 9am-noon.
The City of Lewisville has opened its Residential Convenience Center for disposing of Household Hazardous Waste properly. For a list of items the Convenience Center takes please visit
The City of Lewisville's page for more detials. The convenience center is open every 2nd Saturday of the month for HHW collection from 9am to noon (Proof of residency required so don't forget your drivers license and/or current utility bill!). Map below.
2.College Street Park
Located at 595 W. College Street. Accepts paper only.
3.Fire Station #5
Located at 651 Waters Ridge. Accepts aluminum cans, glass, plastics, newspaper, tin/steel cans, phone books, magazines.
1950 S. Valley Pkwy., Lewisville. Accepts aluminum cans, glass, plastics, newspaper, tin/steel cans, phone books, magazines.
1197 W. Main St., Lewisville. Accepts aluminum cans, glass, plastics, newspaper, etc.
6. Home Depot Recycles Compact CFL light bulbs.
Any Home Depot in the United States. www.homedepot.com
Item specific recycling info below:
Have old eyeglasses that need to be recycled?
The Lewisville Lions Club has many local locations to drop them off!
-TSO, Main Street, Lewisville
-The Hair Studio, McGee Lane
-Dr. Battini Office FM3040, Lewisville
-Ousley’s Vision Center, Highland Village Road
-Sam’s Club, Lewisville
-Ball Family Vision, Broadmoor Lane, Flower Mound
-Ogletree Eye Care (SW corner 407 & 2499), Flower Mound
-Landmark Grill on FM407
-Crystal Vision (corner of 2499 and 1171, Flower Mound
-Planet Eyeware (Dr. Bartlett), 2014 FM 407, Ste 104
-Sharp Eyes, 2410 S Stemmons (on the side of Toys R Us), Lewisville
-Bowen Eye Care (across from Temple Baptist Church), Flower Mound
- Roanoke VFW Hall
- Lewisville Feed Mill Old Town, Main Street, south of Mill
-The Lewisville Lens Crafters, Target and Sears stores participate in the National “Gift of Sight” activity
-New Location! Lewisville Senior Activities Center (Valley and Corporate)
For more information about recylcing eye glasses, please visit
The Lewisville Lions Club website
Did you know that state law requires computer manufacturers to offer Texas consumers free and convenient computer equipment recycling? Thanks to a 2008 state law, computer manufacturers are responsible for recycling the following items in Texas: desktop and laptop computers, monitors (display devices without a tuner), and the accompanying keyboard and mouse made by the same manufacturer. This program applies to personal and home business computers only, and manufacturers are responsible for recycling only their own brands.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and Take Care of Texas provide valuable educational resources about computer recycling in the state of Texas. By visiting the TCEQ link below, you can find important articles about E-recycling, a directory of places you can take your electronic equipment to, as well as e-recycling flyers and brochures to share with your friends- all in the same place! http://www.tceq.state.tx.us/assistance/P2Recycle/electronics/consumer-info.html
Looking to recycle your computer equipment, but don't know where?
Follow this link to find where you can take your computers, cell phones, and televisions: http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/partnerships/plugin/index.htm
Looking for a company that recycles items based on specific materials?
Follow this link to search the Recycle Texas Online Database by material and location:
Looking for information about recycling in the home?
Check out this Homeowners Insurance link...it has a lot of really good information with tips and guides for homeowners about recycling, cleaning alternatives, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, and more:
Have you ever seen those little recyclable symbols and wondered what they mean?
Click here and find out. Commonly Recycled Materials
Recycling Resources for Children and Teachers:
Learning resources with games/activities:
Recycling Crafts and Projects Check out recycling crafts here. See what you can do with your old jeans, CD's, t-shirts, and bottle tops.
Welcome to Recycle City! This kid friendly site from the EPA has games, activities, and fun facts to show you why recycling is so important.
Planet Protectors Club Check out how you can be a member of the Planet Protectors Club for Kids! It involves fun games and activities.
Ecology Kid's Page This website will show you why waste reduction is important. And of course there are cool games to help you learn.
Recycling and Composting Games:
Soil Composting Activity This fun activity can show you how to make fertile soil out of things you would find in a trash can. Fertile soil helps plants grow and can provide food for lots of people.
Sort Mania Game This game by the Enviromental Protection Agency that will show you how to sort and recycle.
Recycle Roundup The National Geographic has created this amazing game to help you recycle. Do you have two minutes to spare?
Recycling This site will tell you interesting facts about recycling and then you can test your knowledge with these fun quizzes.
Green Planet 4 Kids Meet a family that recycles. They are not exactly what you think. Plus, you might find a section full of comics.
NIEHS Kids' Pages Do you know what the 3R's are? Check if you're right.
Keep America Beautiful Kid's Zone This KAB is an important organization that works very hard to keep the world we live in beautiful. Check out how.
Energy Kids Energy is an important part of recycling. This site can tell you how.
Still have recycling questions? Contact the KLB office 972-538-5949 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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