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

Click Here for map of Landfill & Convenience Center Locations

Recycling Information Links:


P.O. Box 2773
200 Alexander Drive
Lillington, NC 27546
910-814-6156
910-814-8263 fax
webgs@harnett.org