Multi-Material Recycling Facilities accept waste that is banned from being disposed of in municipal solid waste landfills. These facilities accept materials from Wake County businesses and residents.

Locations and Hours of Operation:

North Wake
9029 Deponie Drive, Raleigh
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919-845-4540
Hours: Monday–Saturday, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.

South Wake
6130 Old Smithfield Road, Apex
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919-387-2105

Hours: Monday–Saturday, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.

East Wake
5051 Wendell Blvd. / Business 64, Wendell 
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919-365-6650

Hours: Saturday & Sunday only, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.

Operational Information:

  • Open to Wake County residents and businesses only

  • Closed: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve (at noon) and Christmas Day

Acceptable Items:

Please note that scavenging or removal of any items from Wake County Solid Waste Facilities is strictly prohibited.  

​Anti-Freeze
​Appliances (White Goods)

air conditioners, dishwashers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, stoves, ovens, washing machines, water heaters


Cardboard​ ​corrugated cardboard
​Cell Phone
commingled.png Clothing ​ ​clothing, shoes, books
Child Items
car seats, strollers, toys
Cooking Oil
vegetable oil
Disks and Tapes CDs, DVDs, VHS tapes
Electronics ​Any corded electronic device, computers, game consoles, printers, copiers, small appliances, audio/video players, televisions
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​Mixed Recycling (Aluminum, Glass, Paper, Plastic) aluminum cans & foil, cartons (aseptic containers), glass bottles & jars, magazines, newspapers, paper board, chip board, phone books, mixed paper, metal food cans, plastic bottles, plastic jugs (caps ok)

Motor Oil & Oil Filters
​Rigid Plastic ​plastic baskets, buckets, crates, garbage cans, plastic furniture, recycling bins, plant pots 
metals.jpg ​Scrap Metal

​bicycles, buckets, frames, mixed metals, pipes, sinks

Tires

Rims must be removed

If you have 5 or more tires you must bring a completed North Carolina Scrap Tire Certification Form (.pdf)

Wood Pallets
Must be whole pallets. Broken pallets not accepted.


Please note that scavenging or removal of any items from Wake County Solid Waste Facilities is strictly prohibited.