Solid Waste Management Plan
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Free Dump Week
September 16 through 21, 2013
Brunswick County Residents may bring items, except for household trash and land clearing debris, to the Landfill in Bolivia free of charge.
Commercial vehicles will be charged normal tipping fees.
Must show proof of Brunswick County residency.
Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 8 am until 4 pm.
September 21, 2013
The Brunswick County Solid Waste Department will be at South Brunswick Middle School, 100 Cougar Dr. BSL, Southport, from 9 am to 2 pm to collect household hazardous waste. Items will be taken free of charge from Brunswick County Residents. Must show proof of Brunswick County residency.
Some items that are accepted at the HHW collection are various paints, stains, insecticides, herbicides, household cleaners, automotive fluids, pool chemicals, batteries, fluorescent bulbs, CFL’s, and aerosol cans.
For items not mentioned or questions please contact the
Brunswick County Solid Waste Department at
DO NOT DROP OFF ITEMS IN ADVANCE!
ILLEGAL DUMPING FINES WILL APPLY!
All items brought to the event must be labeled.
The staff onsite reserves the right to refuse any item brought to the event.
Electronics are not included in the HHW collection. They are recycled year round at the Brunswick County Landfill. There is no charge for this service.
This event is sponsored by Brunswick County Solid Waste/Recycling Department and through the partnership of the NCDA&CS and the NCCES.
CURBSIDE RECYCLING COLLECTION NOW AVAILABLE TO ALL BRUNSWICK COUNTY RESIDENTS
Waste Industries is offering curbside recycling collection to all residents of Brunswick County. There is an annual fee for the service which includes the cost of the 96 gallon, blue roll out cart and bi-weekly collection of recycling. For rates and to sign up for the program please contact Waste Industries at 910-253-4177.
The following items may be placed in the recycling cart:
Acceptable Material Single Stream Residential Mix:
- Office Paper
- Cereal Boxes
- Shoe Boxes
- Junk mail
- Telephone Books
- Green, Brown, & Clear Glass
- Corrugated Cardboard (OCC)
- Gable-Top Cartons (Milk Cartons)
- Empty Aerosol Cans
- Aluminum Beverage Cans
- Aluminum , Steel & Tin Food Cans
- Aluminum Foils
- Plastics #1-7
Bagging material. (News print can be placed in a Kraft bag)
Mirrors, window or auto glass, light bulbs, ceramics, antifreeze containers, plastic bags, coat hangers, paint cans, or any household items (such as toasters, cooking pots or pans, etc.)
Hard cover books (unless you remove the cover)
Plastic clam shells, PVC pipe/tubing, vinyl siding, Styrofoam or polystyrene, plastic medical waste, and plastics that have come into contact with petroleum products and/or hazardous waste.
Crushed Concrete Available at the Landfill