Do You Provide Disposal Services for Items That Cannot Be Recycled or Reused?

Are you looking for a way to dispose of items that cannot be recycled or reused? If so, you're not alone. Many people are unaware of the items that can't be recycled and end up throwing them in the recycling bin. This can cause contamination and lead to all the recyclable materials being thrown away. The first step is to check with your local recycling center.

They will be able to tell you what items are accepted in the curbside recycling bin. Generally, plastic bags and wrappers, electronic products, and textiles cannot be recycled. However, it's important to double-check with your local provider as this may vary depending on your area.

It's important not to put items in the recycle bin unless you know they're accepted.

Non-recyclable items can contaminate a large amount of recyclable materials and cause them all to be thrown away. Mecklenburg County does not collect materials on the sidewalk.

Collection at home is the responsibility of the municipality in which you live. For residents who want to transport their own materials, Mecklenburg County has two types of delivery centers. These centers accept a variety of materials, including hazardous waste, electronics, and construction debris. They also provide disposal services for items that cannot be recycled or reused. If you're unsure about what items can and cannot be recycled, it's best to contact your local recycling center for more information. They will be able to provide you with a list of accepted materials and advise you on how to dispose of any non-recyclable items.