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Tiger Sanitation Bulk Pickup Program

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—  Tiger bulk pickup for 2023 has not yet been scheduled. —

Bulk Pick Up Guidelines

Acceptable Items * Any Bulky Piles More Than Limit Will Be Left*

Acceptable bulky items include standard residential sized stoves, water heaters, washing machines, refrigerators and other appliances (with all CFCs removed and tagged by a certified technician), furniture, and other similar household items. In addition, tree, brush or shrubbery waste that is cut and tied in bundles of not more than four feet in length and 35 pounds in weight.

When preparing yard debris for bulk collection, remember the three B’s:

Bagged, Bundled or Boxed

  • Grass, leaves and other small items should be bagged and ARE NOT to exceed 35 pounds per bag.
  • Tree limbs and cuttings must be 12 inches in diameter or less and cannot be longer than four feet and must be bundled and tied with twine, string, duct tape or similar cord.
  • Century plants, all cacti and similar plants that are hazardous to our collection employees should not be boxed to avoid injury. 

Acceptable bulky item collection is limited to two (2) cubic yards of all items in total volume per customer per collection event. Acceptable bulky items do not include construction or demolition debris.


  • No fencing
  • No large brush piles
  • No construction debris
  • No computers, monitors, batteries, or hazardous materials 

Other unacceptable items include but are not limited to; any radioactive, volatile, corrosive, flammable, explosive, bio-medical, infectious, bio-hazardous, regulated waste, toxic substance or material, as defined by characterized or listed under applicable federal, state, or local laws or regulations, or special waste as defined by Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, (collectively, “Excluded Materials”). Special waste includes but is not limited to liquids & tires, batteries, and appliances containing CFC’s.


  • 2 cubic yards approximately equals 36″ wide x 72″ long x 36″ high.
  • 2 cubic yards equals fifteen 30-gallon trash bags or four 95-gallon trash carts.

*You must be a Tiger customer to be eligible for the bulk pickup, Please have your items out before date of pickup.

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