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Acceptance Guidelines for Materials
Mecklenburg County operates four Full-Service Drop-Off Centers that can accept nearly all materials that come from your home. Some items are subject to fees, so please visit our
Commercial fee schedules for more information.
Charlotte, NC 28214
980 314 DUMP (3867) 24 hr recorded info lineMecklenburg County residents can take their recyclable materials, yard waste, bulky waste, electronic waste, and household hazardous waste to any of the four full-service centers listed above. There are charges for certain items, as found in the Residential and Commercial fee schedules.
This is not an inclusive list. Based upon conditions and material composition, some items will be redirected to other areas of the site for disposal.
Mecklenburg County Full Service Drop Off Centers accept construction & demolition and bulky wastes. Vehicles and trailer limits are listed above. If your trailer longer than 16 feet, you must use the Foxhole Landfill.
The for C&D and Bulky waste is based upon how much material that you deliver.
What is considered C&D waste? Items such as dimensional lumber, plywood, brick, block, carpet and padding, shingles, windows, doors, fiberglass bath fixtures, tile, ceramic etc. that come from the construction or tear down of a structure.
What is considered Bulky Waste? Items such as furniture, mattresses, box springs, lamps, large pieces of Styrofoam, cloth, etc. that may come from the inside of a structure and is not on the accepted recycling list.
*Drywall, dirt, and concrete are accepted Monday-Friday at the Foxhole Landfill only. **If shingles are brought in to any drop off center, they can make up no more than 50% of the materials being disposed of. If the shingles are more than 50% of the load, they must be taken Monday-Friday to the Foxhole Landfill for disposal.
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