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Posted on: November 17, 2022

Non-Cleburne Resident and Business Dumping Fees to Increase

Transfer Station Fee Changes

The City of Cleburne’s Transfer Station allows for residents, non-residents and businesses to go to the facility and drop-off bulk trash or recycling materials.

As the demand for the service and the costs to operate the facility increases, the City is adjusting its rate for non-residents and outside businesses in order to account for inflation while remaining competitive in the market.

Please note that beginning Jan. 1, 2023, rates for non-Cleburne residents and businesses outside of the Cleburne city limits will go from $56.02 per ton to $65 per ton.

Rates for Cleburne residents and businesses located within the City limits will not be affected.

Remember that Cleburne residents can also drop off accepted recyclables and residential household waste at no charge.

View details about the Transfer Station’s rates and hours of operations here.

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