Container Offer

Valued Customer,

WCA is now offering, for the month of February, flat rate roll-off containers for $500.00. This is to assist in the on-going Hurricane Harvey clean-up effort in communities throughout the greater Houston area. Please call into our customer care department to book your 30 yard container today. This offer is valid through February 28, 2018.

Sincerely,

WCA Customer Service Department
832-456-1401

Garbage Collection Update

To all WCA Houston Area Customers,

WCA will be back to normal operations on Thursday, January 18, 2018.

Normal Thursday residential routes will be serviced as normal. The residential routes from Tuesday and Wednesday that were missed due to the weather will be serviced on their next scheduled service day.

Normal Thursday commercial and roll off routes will be serviced with Tuesday and Wednesday single stop customers mixed into the routes.

WCA would like to thank you for your patience during this time.

Please feel free to pass this along as needed and please be safe.

Sincerely,

WCA Region II

No Garbage Collection Today

To all WCA Houston Area Customers,

The Houston area is under a Winter Weather Advisory. At this time, WCA has decided it is unsafe to run our routes Wednesday, January 17, 2018. All offices will be closed and no trucks will be running.

If your service is missed due to the weather, service will resume on the next scheduled service day.

We will continue to follow up with updates. Updates will be sent out by email, Facebook, and our company website.

Please feel free to pass this along as needed and please be safe.

Sincerely,

WCA Region II

Winter Weather Advisory

To all WCA Houston Area Customers,

The Houston area is under a Winter Weather Advisory. At this time, WCA has decided it is unsafe to run our residential routes today. Shortly, our commercial routes will be called back to the office.

If your service is missed due to the weather, service will resume on the next scheduled service day.

We will follow with updates as soon as possible. Updates will be sent out by email, Facebook, and our company website.

Please feel free to pass this along as needed and please be safe.

Sincerely,

WCA Region II

Winter Storm Warning

To all WCA Houston Area Customers,

The Houston area is now under a Winter Storm Warning in effect from early Tuesday morning to midnight Wednesday. The National Weather Service warns freezing rain, sleet and snow are possible north of Houston early Tuesday morning. The wintry mix will get closer to the city around lunch time, and conditions will worsen through the afternoon Tuesday.

This could possibly effect the service provided by WCA on Tuesday and Wednesday. Some areas may experience delays or may not be serviced. If your service is missed due to the weather, service will resume on the next scheduled service day.

We will monitor the weather and update you as the effects of the storm are clearer. We will follow with updates as soon as possible, when we are updated from our operations team. Updates will be sent out by email, Facebook, and our company website.

Please feel free to pass this along as needed and please be safe.

Sincerely,

WCA Region II

Automated Trash Collection Information

Automated collection provides the most efficient service to our customers. The system features a specialized collection truck equipped with a lifting mechanism to service each residential home. Each Residence recently received a special trash and recycling poly carts, which you have been utilizing to contain your trash and recyclables.

Poly carts should be placed with the handle facing away from the street and wheels against the curb. Your trash container is WCA blue (95 Gallon) and is the larger of the two carts, and your recycling container is Gray (65 Gallon) with recycling instructions on the lid. Carts must be placed at the curb before 7:00 a.m. on the specified collection day.

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No Wipes in the Pipes!

patty_potty_20150705People are flushing all kinds of things down the toilet! It’s not a trash can, you know! Some paper products and wipes are advertised as ‘flushable’ but they aren’t. Sure, they will flush down, but they won’t flush OUT.

Wipes won’t decompose… they get caught up in wastewater treatment plant screens and filters — and that costs money to clear and repair!

Please help protect water quality and our environment — and prevent costly water treatment plant repairs, as well!

Take the pledge…. NO WIPES IN THE PIPES!!!