Hurricane Beryl Debris Removal

BC MUD No. 21 (the District) contracts with Best Trash for household garbage and recycling collection.  Best Trash will collect trees, shrubs, brush trimmings and fencing that is no larger than 4” inches in diameter, no more than 4’ feet long, tied in bundles not exceeding 40 pounds.  Please visit the District’s website, at, for the full trash and recycling collection guidelines.  Best Trash generally does not collect most storm debris.

As part of the Hurricane Beryl recovery efforts, Brazoria County will be starting curbside storm debris removal soon.  Please separate your household waste from storm debris and place storm debris between the sidewalk and curb in accordance with the guidelines below.  Please be patient as the County will make several passes and full collection could take weeks or longer.

Please make sure to avoid placing debris piles next to fire hydrants or other obstacles to ensure crews are able to access the debris for collection. Please also avoid parking next to debris piles to avoid interference with debris removal.

For a full list of Brazoria County’s Hurricane Beryl recovery resources, please visit: