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Drop Off Locations for Businesses

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Wake County businesses can get rid of the following materials at the following Wake County Solid Waste facilities.
R = RECYCLED
RU = REUSED
 
D = DISPOSED
Acceptable Items​:
Multi-Material Recycling Facilities Municipal Solid Waste Disposal Facilities​
Aluminum Foil, pie pans with no food residue R
Antifreeze​ R
Appliances AC units, refrigerators, washer/dryer, water heaters, etc. R
Baby Strollers & Car Seats Must be in good condition & include all attachments RU
Batteries Lead acid, car, truck, motorcycle or lawn mower batteries R
Books​ ​Text, hard cover, or soft cover RU
Cardboard   R
Cartons Juice, milk, soup cartons R
CDs/DVDs/VHS tapes RU
Cell Phones R
Chipboard​ ​Cereal, snack and shoe boxes R
Clothing & Shoes​ RU
Computer Equipment​ CPUs, monitors, laptops, printers, peripherals​ R
Cooking Oil​ R
Electronics​ Any electronic device with a cord R
Furniture​

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disposal fees apply

Garbage​

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disposal fees apply

Glass Bottles and jars, any color R
Motor Oil & Oil Filters & Antifreeze R
Paper Catalogs, mail, newspaper, office paper, etc. R
Plastic Bottles and containers, (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5) R
Rigid Plastics Automotive plastics, buckets, crates, cans, baskets, pots, shelving, toys, etc. R
Scrap Metal Bicycles, framing, grills, mowers, pipes, etc. R
Steel Food Cans R
Telephone Books R
Tires Less than 5 tires does not require scrap tire hauler registration R
Toys Must be in good, usable condition RU
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Have questions or need more information? Call 919-856-7400. 

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Content Type: Article Page
Version: 9.0
Created at 7/18/2012 10:23 AM by Meghan H. O'Connor
Last modified at 8/8/2013 5:18 PM by Meghan H. O'Connor
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