The end of the semester prompts the start of spring cleaning for most college students. In order to avoid the horrific littering of household items throughout West Campus and beyond, ORANGE has made it easy to find donation centers close to campus to dispose of everything safely and responsibly. Whether you’re looking to donate your things for a good cause or are trying to make a few extra bucks, ORANGE has you covered.
Research by Rachel Cooper and Hannah McMorris
Interactive map by Tess Cagle
Photos by Hannah McMorris
914 North Lamar Blvd. (closest location)
For smaller items and closer drop-off, try the donation drop-off bin at Natural Grocers located on 3901 Guadalupe St.
Accepts: clothing, accessories, household appliances, furniture, computers, books, art, miscellaneous
To schedule a pick-up, click here.
2514 Business Center Drive
Accepts: household hazardous waste (cleaning products, paint, light bulbs, batteries, etc.), electronics, appliances, plastic items, recyclables
5335 Burnet Rd.
Accepts: books, CDs, DVDs, records, cassettes
8801-B Research Blvd.
4216 S. Congress Ave.
Accepts: appliances, clothing, furniture, household goods, books, computers, miscellaneous
To see if you are eligible for pick-up, click here.
4901 Burnet Road
Accepts: tools, office equipment, clothing, toys, furniture, household items, books, jewelry, antiques, collectibles, miscellaneous
2142 E. 7th St. 78702
Accepts: Books, clothing, shoes, electronics, appliances, houseware, miscellaneous
600A N. Lamar 78703
Accepts: CDs, DVDs, LP records
4107 S Capital of Texas Hwy. #600 78704
Accepts: fine men’s clothing, tuxedos, suits, dress wear
5100 Burnet Road 78756
Accepts: fine women’s clothing, shoes, handbags, luxury jewelry
Hancock Center, 1000 E 41st St. #200a 78751
Accepts: gaming consoles, parts, cables, controllers
B-B Corners Shopping Center, 3005 S. Lamar Blvd. #105 78704
Accepts: video games, consoles, accessories