Directorate of Public Works
FORT HOOD, TX
Fort Hood Recycle mission: The Recycle Program reduces the amount of materials sent to the landfill, generates funds through the sale of materials, and supports environmental stewardship at Fort Hood. Keeping materials out of the landfill doesn’t only save the Army money but generates funds that support pollution prevention projects and Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation events.
Location: South end of 72nd Street next to Railhead Drive, south of Santa Fe. The business office is located at building 4626 and the recycle processing center is located at building 4621.
Single stream recycling service: Fort Hood Recycle’s single stream service makes recycling easy, allowing for recyclables to be commingled. Cardboard, plastic, metal, paper, and glass can be placed in the same container. The only item that should be bagged in clear plastic is shredded paper. Nothing else should be bagged.
Plastic bags, film, and wrappers cannot be recycled in the same bin and must come directly to the Recycle Center. Other miscellaneous recyclables like holiday lights, civilian clothing, toner cartridges, scrap metal, pallets, small household appliances, and CDs can be recycled at the Center.
Other recycle services:
The recycle center's shredder is industrial capacity and
can very quickly shred all of your unwanted documents.
No one will ever read your information.
Recyclables accepted: Guide to Recycling
Commingled recyclables accepted for single stream service:
Miscellaneous recyclables accepted at the Fort Hood Recycle Center:
DO NOT place these items in the blue recycling containers:
Please call if you have questions.