logo banner top banner right
menu left menu right
inside left header
inside left buttom
inside right header
HomeDEPARTMENTSUtility BillingSolid Waste > Household Hazardous Waste
Household Hazardous Waste Disposal

HHW Pic smallCurrent residential utility customers of the City of Melissa can now properly dispose of household hazardous waste! The City has partnered with the City of Frisco to bring you this service.  Residential customers may request a voucher from the City of Melissa’s Utility Billing Department to take to Frisco’s Environmental Collection Center to dispose of common household hazardous wastes. 

How does the program work?

Melissa residential customers will need to
Voucher Snip   On Websitevisit the City of Melissa Utility Billing Department at City Hall (3411 Barker Avenue, Melissa, TX) during regular business hours in person to request a one-time voucher to use the City of Frisco's Environmental Collection Center (6616 Walnut St., Frisco, TX). Please bring your driver's license to obtain a voucher.

Environmental Collection Center Hours:
  • Summer Hours (Mar 1 - Sep 30): Wednesdays, 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. and Saturdays, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
  • Winter Hours (Oct 1 - Feb 28): Wednesdays, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. and Saturdays - 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
How much does this cost?

Vouchers for most types of approved hazardous waste (see below for approved waste) are free.

To help keep the program free and to save you time and gas, the City encourages you to partner up with your neighbors to pool together your hazardous waste for
one trip to Frisco. Each voucher is good for one trip to the Environmental Collection Center.

There is a charge for the two e-waste items belowThese charges must be paid by cash or check at the time of voucher pick up.
  • Computer monitors - $10/monitor
  • Television (must be less than 36") - $15/TV set

What can I bring?

**Drop offs are limited to a total of 50 lbs**

Common Accepted Items  Common Unacceptable Items 
Aerosol Cans Ammunition
Antifreeze Biological active waste (syringes, medical waste) - TCEQ Flyer on Syringe Disposal
Batteries Explosives
Cell phones Grass and Leaves
Cooking oil Oxygen containers
Computer equipment ($15 recycling fee applies to monitors) Prescription medication - EPA Guidelines for Proper Disposal
Fertilizer Radioactive materials
Fluorescent bulbs Rubber
Gasoline Small appliances
Household cleaners Televisions larger than 36"
Motor oil & filters Tires (Collin County Clean-up Day allows for up to 4 tires to be disposed of at 121 Regional Landfill)
Paints, thinners, solvents, stains (Paint limited to 10 gallons per trip)
Pesticides, herbicides  
Pool chemicals  
Televisions less than 36" ($10 recycling fee applies)  

**The City of Frisco reserves the right to not accept any waste that it deems unfit for disposal at the Environmental Collection Center**

Any additional questions, please contact:
ub@cityofmelissa.com or call (972) 838-2035, option #2


inside right buttom