June 2018 marks a NEW ERA for CTR/RRR

We introduced our NEW Automated Residential Trucks into the City of Round Rock. Click Read More to check out photos of the new trucks!

Wilco Acquistion: Wilco Recycling Now Wholly Owned Subsidiary of CTR

Press Release Subject – Wilco Recycling Officially joins the Central Texas Refuse, Inc. family

Central Texas Refuse, Inc. (CTR) is excited to announce that We Have Acquired Wilco Recycling. Wilco Recycling is now a wholly owned subsidiary of CTR. Established in 2011 and located at 9801 Chandler Road, Taylor Tx 76574 (just north of Hutto, Tx), Wilco Recycling is a residential single stream and commercial paper and plastic Material Recovery Facility (MRF) serving the Greater Austin Metro Area as well as the Cities of Round Rock, Cedar Park, and many of the major Municipal Utility Districts of Travis and Williamson Counties.

Family owned and operated Since 1981, Central Texas Refuse has been servicing the Central Texas region with quality, reliable trash and recycle hauling services through residential and commercial carts, roll-off containers and front & side load dumpsters.

We invite you to visit our website www.wilcorecycling.com and take a virtual tour of our processing facility and contact us to assist in servicing your commercial recycling needs.

The New Trucks Are In!

We’ve been anxious to see the arrival of our new fleet of trucks and they are finally here!  The addition of these new trucks gives CTR the opportunity to continue to serve the growing waste needs of the Austin and Central Texas community.  The new trucks are packed with the latest technology for greater route efficiency, GPS location systems, and the highest fuel efficiency available.  Give us a wave when you see one!

Green Team: CTR partners with Wilco Recycling

Wilco Recycling is currently a 40,000 square foot building that sits on 16 acres. Our dedicated team is capable of processing 6,000 tons of single stream recyclable materials in a month utilizing a CP Manufacturing single stream processing system and an IPS two ram baler.