Stormwater Management

Robinson's Stormwater Management Program (SWMP)

The City of Robinson received its Phase II Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit from the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The permit term is under the National and Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems.

Robinson's Stormwater Management Program (PDF)

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Waste Disposal in Your Area


One way is to donate usable paint to Waco Habitat for Humanity Restore Center, 1224 Franklin Avenue, Waco, TX. A second way is to let the paint (latex ONLY) dry out in safe a location, away from children and pets.

To aide in this process add equal parts cat litter to latex paint in the can. If you have more than a half a can, you can also pour the paint into a lined box or trash can, and then pour in cat litter. Stir the cat litter until it thickens and will not spill, let it sit for one hour. Once paint is dry you can dispose of it in your normal garbage, but make sure to remove the lid.

Oil-based paints MUST be taken to a recycling center to be disposed of.

Plastics, Glass, Metal, Aluminum Cans & Pie Plates, Paper, Cooking Oil (liquid only), Household Batteries, CDs/DVDs, and Electronics

These items can be dropped off at Cobbs Recycling Center located at 2021 North 44th Street (Between Cobbs Drive and Trice Avenue). Visit their website for more information.

Automotive Oil

O'Reilly's, located at 617 North Robinson Drive, will accept up to 5 gallons of automotive oil free of charge.

Other Hazardous Waste

Safety-Kleen Systems, located at 22006 Woodway Drive, Waco, TX, will accept hazardous waste drop off at their location. Costs maybe associated with this.

Stormwater Documents

Water Recylce: Take Care of Texas