Harnett County, North Carolina
 
Solid Waste 
 
Recycling Information

Harnett County Solid Waste encourages all citizens to participate in the many recycling opportunities available in our county.

There are recycling bins for mixed newspaper/magazines, corrugated card board, and co-mingled items at both Harnett County landfills, all convenience centers, and the Campbell University Recycling Center.

Acceptable Co-Mingled Items

  • White paper
  • Green, brown, and clear glass
  • Paperboard such as cereal boxes, shoeboxes
  • Plastic Bottles #1 through #5
  • Aseptic juice boxes
  • Gabled-top paper cartons, such as milk cartons
  • Metal food cans (no food residue)
  • Aluminum beverage cans
  • Aluminum foil (no food residue)
  • Six-pack plastic rings
  • Junk mail and catalogs

Also at the Landfill Transfer Station sites only, we have recycling bins/areas for used lead acid batteries, scrap metal/white goods, non-construction wooden pallets, used vehicle oil filters, and scrap tires.

(Effective October 1, 2009, the North Carolina General Assemby has banned all used vehicle oil filters, non-construction wooden pallets, and plastic bottles from being disposed into landfills. (GS130A-309.10(f)) Please dispose of these items into the appropriate bins/areas at our facilities.)

Harnett County Landfill/Transfer Station/Recycling Center Locations:

  • Dunn/Erwin Facility - 499 Daniels Road, Dunn
  • Anderson Creek Facility - 1086 Poplar Drive, Spring Lake

Convenience/Recycling Center Locations:

  • Johnsonville Convenience Center -501 Brooks Mangum Road, Cameron
  • Bunnlevel Convenience Center - 444 Sanderfer Road, Bunnlevel
  • Mamers Convenience Center - 5375 Old US 421, Lillington
  • Northwest Convenience Center - 1260 Cokesbury Road, Fuquay Varina

Recycling Center Only

  • Campbell Unversity Recycling Center - Kivett Street, Buies Creek

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