Mesquite is part of a group of cities that make up the Dallas County Household Hazardous Waste Network. A combination of grant funding and contributions from participating cities allowed the network to construct a permanent home chemical collection center, which is now available for residents to drop off home chemicals for reuse and/or disposal on a year round basis.
The permanent facility features evening and weekend hours and is available to residents of all network cities - including Mesquite - at no charge. A valid drivers license and a current utility bill are required as proof of residency. The facility does not accept commercially generated chemicals, radioactive materials or medical waste. Learn more at the Home Chemical Collection Center website or download the Collection Center's flyer.
Bring For Disposal
Automotive fluids and oil filters
Batteries of all kinds
Chemical products for home use
Cleaners and polishes
Computers, cell phones, and electronics
Craft and hobby supplies
Fluorescent light tubes
Lawn and garden chemicals
Paint and home repair products
Business or commercial waste
Common trash or recyclables
Containers larger than five gallons
Explosives or ammunition
Shock sensitive materials
Smoke detectors or other radioactive materials
TVs, microwaves, and other appliances
Finding the Chemical Collection Center
The Home Chemical Collection Center is located at 11234 Plano Rd., one mile north of 635, between Miller Rd. and Forest Ln.
The building is easily identified by its white color and bright turquoise trim. The entrance to the collection area is the first driveway north of the railroad tracks on the east side of the street. (Do not turn into the driveway closest to the building; it is the exit gate.) View a map and get driving directions.