|Q||Where do I get a Solid Waste Sticker?|
Solid Waste stickers are available at all four convenience centers, 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
If you have any questions, please call the Solid Waste Department at 910-814-6156.
|Q||What is considered Construction/Demolition Materials?|
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. . .
|Q||What is the fee for Construction/Demolition Materials?|
|A||The fee for Construction/Demolition Materials is $40.00 per ton or .02 per pound.|
|Q||What is considred Land Clearing/Inert Debris/Yard Waste?|
Land Clearing/Inert Debris/Yard Waste: Land Clearing Debris, Large/Small Limbs, Trees, Stumps, Roots and Dirt, Bushes, Leaves, Grass Clippings, Pallets, Other, etc . . .
|Q||What is the fee for Land Clearing/Inert Debris/Yard Waste?|
|A||The fee for Land Clearing/Inert Debris/Yard Waste is $28.00 per ton or $.014 per pound.|
|Q||What are White Goods and the fee for these items?|
|A||White 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.|
|Q||Where can Scrap Tires be disposed of and what are the charges?|
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.
|Q||What are the fees for Used Lead Acid Batteries?|
|A||There is no fees for Used Lead Acid Batteries as long as they are delivered separated and offloaded in designated areas.|
|Q||What is considered Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional solid waste?|
|A||Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional waste is anything that is not residential construction and demolition materials, land clearing debris, inert debris, or yard waste.|
|Q||What is the fee for Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional solid waste?|
|A||The fee for Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional solid waste is $40.00 per ton or $.02 per pound.|
|Q||Does the Harnett County Solid Waste facilities accept used paint, oil, and/or antifreeze?|
|A||No. 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.|