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Special Storm Debris Pickup On Thursday, February 25

SPECIAL STORM DEBRIS PICKUP ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2021

Waste Management will be running trucks throughout Fairfield on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2021 for pickup of storm debris starting at 7 a.m. Please bring all storm debris out to the curb without blocking the roadway or storm drains. Do not put the debris by trees, poles, fire hydrants or other structures.

Permitted storm debris includes furniture, flooring, carpet, sheetrock, pipes, logs, branches, leaves (DO NOT BAG), appliances, electronics and household waste. Do not put storm debris with your regular trash or recycling as Waste Management will collect it separately.

This service is being provided by the Fairfield MUDs: Harris County Municipal Utility District Nos. 322, 354, 396 and 397. For updates sign up for email/text blasts.

By |February 23rd, 2021|

No Boil Water Notice

Fairfield’s water operator, Inframark, has confirmed as of 10 a.m. on Thursday, February 18, 2021 that Fairfield is NOT under a boil water notice. Fairfield has its own water wells and is not affected by the City of Houston’s water outages. Check here for further alerts.

By |February 18th, 2021|

Recent Developments

Good Afternoon Harris County MUDs 354, 396, 397, and 322

During this challenging time, our top priority remains the health and safety of our employees and communities we serve. Given the pace and magnitude of the changes we are experiencing as a business and as a society, we understand it is important for Waste Management (WM) to keep you informed of the status of the essential services we provide.  Included below is our operational update for today, as changes occur WM will keep you informed.

WM’s Operational Update:

Waste Management Encourages Continued Recycling
Recyclable Materials Needed for Manufacturing Supply
Chain to Produce Packaging for Grocery and
Medical Supplies

Facial tissues, toilet paper, hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes have been flying off store shelves, while families are spending more hours at home to stay healthy and safe during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Waste Management (WM) is calling on everyone to Recycle Right during this time when recyclables are needed more than ever. Recycling is vitally important to our environment, and it has come to play a critical role in certain manufacturing supply chains. Without recyclable materials collected from homes and businesses, our customers, who produce products such as tissue, toweling and packaging boxes for grocery and medical supplies, would not have the raw materials that they need to manufacture these important items.Recycling is an essential service for manufacturing companies delivering these key products.

Most recyclers don’t think about the importance of placing their clean recyclable materials in their bins, but now it is more important than ever, as recyclable products are playing a critical role for manufacturing businesses.   Across Texas, people are generating more household garbage and recyclable materials than usual, and manufacturers are in need of more clean recyclable materials to meet their demands for making basic goods and emergency supplies. We can all do our part by recycling right during these challenging times.

To learn more information about Waste Management Recycle Right tips, please visit https://wm.com/us/en/inside-wm/recycle-right

RECYCLE ONLY CLEAN, DRY AND LOOSE:

  • Cardboard (without inside packing materials)
  • Paper products including newspapers, junk mail, office/school paper
  • Paperboard, such as cereal and cracker boxes
  • Plastic bottles and jugs
  • Steel, tin and aluminum cans

THROW AWAY:

  • Plastic, latex and cloth disposable gloves, disposable masks
  • Liquid soap and hand sanitizer bottles that contain residue
  • Disinfectant wipes
  • Facial tissues, napkins and paper towels
  • Disposable plates, cups and cutlery
  • Takeout containers
  • Leftover food and liquids
  • Plastic bags and plastic film wrap
  • Hoses, cords, polystyrene foam and other packaging

In addition, several leading industry organizations have weighed in calling for increased recycling to meet the needed demand during this time, including:

By |April 2nd, 2020|

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