Harnett County,
North Carolina

Solid Waste 


Harnett County Solid Waste is reponsible for the management and day-to-day operation of the landfills/transfer stations located in the county.

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Important Announcements
New Landfill Hours to Begin July 1, 2017.
Effective Saturday July 1, 2017, the C&D, LCID, and transfer station will close at 12:00 on Saturdays. The convenience center will remain open until 4:30 for household trash of less than 20 bags

Campbell Convenience Site is Now Open!

The site address is 117 Kivett Road, Lillington, NC.

The new site will offer household trash collection, commingled, book and textile recycling.

The site will feature self-contained compactors for household trash collection and commingled recycling collection. These container are enclosed with a sliding door. This keeps rainwater out and contaminated fluids in. Household trash should be bagged and recycling should not be bagged. Plastic films should not be included in the recycling. Grocery store bags, shrink wrap and other films should be recycled at your local retailer who collects plastic bags for recycling.

How to Claim Your Solid Waste Sticker

Solid Waste stickers can be obtained at both landfills, Dunn-Erwin and Anderson Creek, and at all four convenience center sites. To obtain a sticker, please show proof of Harnett County residency. Acceptable proof of Harnett County residency would be a driver's license, a vehicle registration card, tax bill, water and/or power bills (a physical Harnett County address must be shown).

For questions, please call the Solid Waste Department at 910-814-6156.

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