Community Outreach

Good Oil Days

Waste Management participates annually in Good Oil Days, an event that takes place in springtime in downtown Humble. The proceeds from this event benefit the Humble Area Seniors programs. In the years past Waste Management has been a sponsor, provided volunteers to monitor trash boxes and provided a Waste Management garbage truck with an onsite landfill manager for neighbors to view and to and ask questions.

Humble Baseball Association

Located near the main entrance to the facility, the land which houses the Humble Baseball Association, was donated by Waste Management for use by the community. Since early 1980’s, 20+ teams comprised of local youth, 5 years old and up, have been playing at this facility. The park consists of numerous practice fields and batting cages and encompasses 30 acres in total.

The Humble Baseball Association is proud to be the host to the 2009 Nations Baseball World Series.

Humble ISD Rodeo

Waste Management has been a major sponsor for the Humble Rodeo and BBQ over 8 years as well as being in charge of the Cowboy Camp which provides a hospitality area to the rodeo participants during the competition. The money raised at this event is used to grant the wishes of many deserving teachers through the Humble ISD Foundation. The Foundation provides grant opportunities to all staff, faculty, nurse, etc. of the HISD. Every staff member of HISD has the opportunity to present a grant for; innovative classroom projects, teacher and staff development programs, and grants to enhance curriculum and technology within the district, etc.

Waste Management donation provides for Fall Creek outdoor classroom

Fall Creek Elementary School has gained a new outdoor classroom thanks to funding from Waste Management. The new classroom includes a teacher platform and lectern, seven tables with benches for student seating and an arbor for shade.

“We wanted to extend learning beyond the four walls of the classroom to encourage new learning environments for the students,” said Stephanie Fisher, Glenn Masterson Endowed Chair Educator for Elementary Science Education.

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In Kind Services

Waste Management provides support to charitable events that focus on three areas. They are environment, education and community vitality. Requests must be submitted in writing and faxed to 713-647-5466 for consideration. Also known as “in-kind” services, these typically include cardboard event boxes, landfill disposal and use of roll-off dumpsters. These in-kind services are only donated to organizations that have a 501-C3 tax-exempt status. To see if you qualify for in-kind services, please contact Dixie Meynier @


Atascocita Landfill will resume quarterly publication of "Wastelines" exclusively for its neighbors and those interested in its operations. If you would like to receive "Wastelines", or have feedback, comments or questions, email or call at 713-647-5546.

2018 Summer Newsletter

2017 Fall Newsletter

2016 Summer Newsletter

2015 Fall Newsletter

Spring Newsletter

2014 Newsletter

2014 Report to the Community