Trash and Recycle Collection Update

The last recycling collection service by Texas Pride Disposal (“TPD”) will occur Thursday, July 8th. Please leave your TPD recycling carts at the curb following recycling collection on Thursday, July 8th, as TPD will be collecting all recycling carts.

The last garbage collection service by TPD will occur Monday, July 12th. Please leave your carts at the curb for the collection of garbage carts by TPD to occur July 12th through July 13th.

Your new service provider, Best Trash, will deliver garbage and recycling carts curbside the week of July 12th, with the completion of cart delivery to be Thursday, July 15th.

New Trash and Recycle Collection Provider

Residents of Montgomery County MUD No. 105

Effective Friday July 16th Best Trash is you new trash and recycle collection provider.



Best Trash will provide 65 gallon trash & 48 gallon recycle carts.

Please have trash and recycle out by 7:00 a.m.

For additional questions, please email us at:, your MUD is mailing more detailed information or check your district’s website for more detailed information.

Trash Collection Updates

Texas Pride Disposal has suspended recycling collection services for the month of June and will resume recycling services in July.

Montgomery County Municipal Utility District No. 105 will be transitioning from Texas Pride Disposal to Best Trash for garbage and recycling collection services, effective July 15, 2021. The first collection date by Best Trash will be Friday, July 16, 2021. More information regarding the transition to follow.

MCMUD 105 – Water Update

Some of you may have seen reports that the City of Houston and other MUDs have issued boil water notices.

MC MUD 105 has its own water treatment facility and our operators are working diligently to maintain supply and pressure. The District is separate from the City of Houston and surrounding MUDs and we have NOT issued a boil water notice.

At this time, MC MUD 105 has an ample supply of water in its storage tanks and fuel for the generator to continue providing water for its residents. This is a very fluid crisis and announcements will be made if there are changes in the next couple of days. As always, please conserve water wherever possible.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.