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THANKSGIVING SCHEDULE – Thursday, November 23, 2017:Normal Thursday trash collection will shift to Friday, November 24thCHRISTMAS SCHEDULE – Monday, December 25, 2017:Service normally provided on Monday will shift to Tuesday, Wednesday will shift to Thursday and Thursday will shift to FridayNEW YEARS SCHEDULE –Monday, January 1, 2018:Service normally provided on Monday will shift to Tuesday, Wednesday will shift to Thursday and Thursday will shift to Friday
Coppell residents can contact Republic Services to set up an appointment to have their Household Hazardous Waste and E-Waste collected.
LANDFILL USE BY CITIZENS
Coppell residents have access to Camelot Landfill, 580 Huffines Blvd., in Lewisville. Call Camelot at 972-492-3888 for hours of operation. Residents are allowed to dump one-ton of waste per month at the Camelot Landfill, free of charge. Each Coppell household, who is a water customer, can gain access to Camelot Landfill by presenting upon arrival the most current paper copy of your water bill and photo identification with a matching address. eBilling customers will be required upon arrival to show a paper copy of the most current water bill and photo identification with a matching address. Customers who have signed up for eBilling, can access a copy of their bill by visiting coppelltx.gov, clicking on the H2Online icon and printing the most current copy. Click on the map above for directions to Camelot Landfill.
Roll-off containers placed on residential property require a permit from the Environmental Health Department. Although there is no charge for the permit, the permit allows a roll-off to be placed on residential property for 30 days. Roll -off Permits may be obtained through the City of Coppell Environmental Health Division located at 265 E Parkway Blvd., Monday-Friday 7am-4pm. Or you may complete the permit application and email it or fax to 972-462-5123, Attn: Environmental Health Dept. Please call Republic Services at 972-304-3555 or 817-332-7301 to set up service for a Roll-off container.