Significant construction projects are underway at two Wake County Solid Waste and Recycling Facilities. These projects will result in expanded access to services and increased ease of use. Both projects began in the summer of 2017 and run through the summer of 2018, weather permitting. Visit Wake County's Solid Waste and Recycling Facebook page for regular updates or get information about the projects here:

Convenience Center Site 11

In July 2017, improvements started on Convenience Center Site 11 which is located between Wendell and Zebulon. This project includes upgrades to the drop-off areas for garbage and recycling and the addition of a permanent Household Hazardous Waste and Multi-Material recycling program.

During construction, Convenience Center Site 11 will only accept the following materials:

  • Household Garbage
  • Commingled Recycling
  • Cardboard
  • Scrap Metal
  • Clothing
  • Oyster Shells

The following items will not be accepted at Site 11 during construction:

  • Bulky Waste
  • Construction Debris
  • Tires
  • Motor Oil/Cooking Oil
  • Electronics
  • White Goods/Appliances
  • Batteries
  • Paint

See below for closest alternate drop-off locations. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Convenience Center 10
Materials Accepted: Bulky Waste and Construction Debris
5216 Knightdale Eagle Rock Road, Knightdale, 27545
Open Daily: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

North Wake Multi-Material/HHW Facility
Materials Accepted: Tires, Motor Oil/Cooking Oil, Electronics, White Goods/Appliances, Batteries, Paint
9029 Deponie Drive, Raleigh, 27614
Open Monday through Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Download the construction project flier for addresses and maps of locations accepting these materials.

Convenience Center Site 2
South Wake Multi-Material Facility
South Wake HHW Facility 

 
 

Beginning in July 2017, work began to reconstruct South Wake's Convenience Center, Multi-Material Recycling and Household Hazardous Waste Facilities. The result will be an enhanced customer experience with better traffic flows, convenient drop-offs and expanded services. 

All facilities will be fully open to residents during construction, however drop-off locations and traffic patterns will be changing throughout the project.  Please use caution and look for the directional signs when visiting the facilities.

The project includes the following expansion and improvement items:

  • Constructing a new seven bay convenience center;
  • Constructing a new covered household hazardous waste drop off and storage facility;
  • Expanding the multi-material canopy and dock area; 
  • Improving traffic circulation by constructing separate routes for customer and operator vehicles; and
  • Constructing a centrally-located operator office area and a field office building for community educational purposes, as well as staff use.

Watch a short video of what the facility will look like once completed.

 

For questions regarding construction projects, please contact John Roberson, P.E., Solid Waste Director, at 919-856-6365.