Community Involvement

At the Atascocita Landfill, we are committed to being a good neighbor and supporting community organizations in order to help make our community cleaner, safer and stronger. The Atascocita Landfill has been serving Humble and surrounding communities for more than 20 years.

Tree Recycling

After the holidays, residents can recycle their holiday tree at the landfill for free. The trees are ground into mulch that is used in landscaping around the landfill.

Community Partners

Atascocita Landfill is proud to be an active supporter of community events that make Humble and Harris Count a great place to live. In the past, the landfill has provided sponsorship to many events including: 2018 Basin Bash, Humble BBQ Cook-off and Rodeo, Humble Police Department Crawfish Boil, Greens Bayou Corridor Coalition Annual Regatta, Chick-fil-A Earth Day, Way of Life Fellowship Mud Run, Northeast Hospital In the Pink Game, HABA Family Day, Lake Houston 5K and 10K, Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk, Sweat 4 Vets, Humble Good Oil Days, Humble Rotary Fish Fry, CERT Rodeo, Insperity Humble ISD Astronomy Day, FoxTrot 5K, LLHA Project Homeless, EcoBots, Kingwood Football League, Gret American Clean-up in Humble, Kingwood July 4th Parade, and more.

Humble Good Oil Days

Waste Management annually participates in the Humble Good Oil Days, an event that takes place in the spring time in downtown Humble. The proceeds from the event benefit the Humble area seniors. More information about the event can be found at

Humble Baseball Association (HABA)

Waste Management has donated land on Wilson Road that serves as the practive field for the Humble Baseball Association. Also, since 2016, landfill employees have donated their time and served concessions at the HABA Family day which happens in the spring time. For more information about the Humble Baseball Association, visit

Humble BBQ Cook-off and Rodeo

Wate Management has been a sponsor of the Humble BBQ Cook-off and Rodeo for over 10 years. The money raised at this event is used by the Humble ISD Education Foundation to fund teacher grants in Humble ISD. More information about the Humble Cook-off and Rodeo can be found at

Charitable Contributions

Healthy, thriving communities depend on involved citizens, organizations, and corporate partners for momentum. We lend out support and services to causes that promote civic pride, economic development, and revitalization. Every community has its own challenges, and we strive always to be part of problem-solving initiatives. For guidelines on charitable giving or to apply for a charitable contribution, click here.

Newsletter & Community Report

Atascocita Landfill publishes a newsletter twice-a-year and a community report once-a-year for its neighbors.

2019 Fall Newsletter

2019 Spring Newsletter

2018 Winter Newsletter

2018 Summer Newsletter

2017 Community Report

2016 Community Report

Media Inquiries

Please direct media inquiries to Lisa Doughty at 713-204-7669 or