311 or 980-314-3867
Send an Email
Mecklenburg County is home to a wide variety of businesses and companies, ranging from office building to construction sites.
The County does not provide collection services for businesses, companies, or residential establishments.
Any business that generates 16 cubic yards or more of trash per week, and has more than 500 pounds of corrugated cardboard and/or 500 pounds of office paper per month, must recycle the cardboard and/or office paper.
There are exemptions to this rule.
The Mecklenburg County Solid Waste Department offers commercial drop-off centers , as well as
full service and self service recycling centers to businesses located in Mecklenburg County.
Businesses can self-haul solid waste and bulky trash to any of the four
full service centers.
Fees and size limitations apply.
Mecklenburg County Solid Waste hosts commercial hazardous waste collection events for businesses that generate less than 220 pounds of hazardous waste and less than 2.2 pounds of acute hazardous waste each month. More information on these events can be found on the
Business and Commercial Hazardous Waste page.
The County DOES NOT collect office and commercial business hazardous waste at the full-service centers.
Republic/Allied Waste Services1-800-235-2583
Allpoints Waste Service
O'Leary Group Waste Systems704-344-0557
Plyler Paper Stock Co.704-372-8787
Trinity Waste Systems704-292-1550
Waste Pro 704 821 7578
The ABC Recycling Law requires the recycling of bottles and glass from entities that hold an ABC License.
It applies to:
Please visit the North Carolina Division of Pollution Prevention and Environmental Assistance’s website or call them at (800) 763-0136 for more detailed information. HB 1518 is managed by the North Carolina ABC Commission. Mecklenburg County does not provide collection services for ABC permit or other businesses, companies, or residential establishments.
Health Alert: To prevent spread of COVID-19, County services are operating at a limited capacity.