Harnett County, North Carolina
 
Solid Waste 
 
Frequently Asked Questions

QWhere do I get a Solid Waste Sticker?
A

Solid Waste stickers are available at convenience centers and the Dunn-Erwin and Anderson Creek Landfills. To obtain a sticker, please complete the application and bring it to the site with one of the following proofs of residency:

1. North Carolina Vehicle Registration

2. Harnett County Tax Bill

3. Harnett County Water Bill

If you have any questions, please call the Solid Waste Department at 910-814-6156.


QWhat is considered Construction/Demolition Materials?
A

Construction/Demolition Materials (old and new): Shingles, Tin, Masonry Products, Sheet Rock, Fiber Board, Insulation, Lumber, Plywood, Paneling, Siding, Masonite, Plumbing/Electrical Items, Floor Covering/Carpet and Rugs, Other, etc. . .


QWhat is the fee for Construction/Demolition Materials?
AThe fee for Construction/Demolition Materials is $40.00 per ton or .02 per pound.

QWhat is considred Land Clearing/Inert Debris/Yard Waste?
A

Land Clearing/Inert Debris/Yard Waste: Land Clearing Debris, Large/Small Limbs, Trees, Stumps, Roots and Dirt, Bushes, Leaves, Grass Clippings, Pallets, Other, etc . . .


QWhat is the fee for Land Clearing/Inert Debris/Yard Waste?
AThe fee for Land Clearing/Inert Debris/Yard Waste is $28.00 per ton or $.014 per pound.

QWhat are White Goods and the fee for these items?
AWhite Goods are Used Appliances and Scrap Metal. There is no charge for these items as long as they are delivered separated and offloaded in designated areas.

QWhere can Scrap Tires be disposed of and what are the charges?
A

Scrap tires can be disposed at the Dunn/Erwin Landfill/Transfer Station/Recycling Center or the Anderson Creek Landfill/TransferStation/Recycling Center.

There are two classifications for scrap tires Certified and Uncertified.

Certified Scrap Tires: There is no charged if delivered separated and offloaded in designated areas.

Uncertified Scrap Tires: There is a charge of $76.00 per ton or .038 per pound.


QWhat are the fees for Used Lead Acid Batteries?
AThere is no fees for Used Lead Acid Batteries as long as they are delivered separated and offloaded in designated areas.

QWhat is considered Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional solid waste?
ACommercial, Industrial, and Institutional waste is anything that is not residential construction and demolition materials, land clearing debris, inert debris, or yard waste.

QWhat is the fee for Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional solid waste?
AThe fee for Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional solid waste is $40.00 per ton or $.02 per pound.

QDoes the Harnett County Solid Waste facilities accept used paint, oil, and/or antifreeze?
ANo. We are a solid waste facility and cannot take any waste in a liquid form. However, please check with local auto parts/service locations and/or home improvement stores for recycling or disposing of such liquids.