(Construction & Demolition)
Dumping or disposing of construction and demolition materials consists
of solid waste resulting only from construction, remodeling, repair or
demolition on pavement, buildings or other structures.
Yard Waste consists of natural wood, limbs, leaves, pine straw, stumps,
untreated or unpainted boards, pallets, etc.
Inert debris consists of non-contaminated
bricks, mortar, concrete and non-organic building debris, also known as
White Goods consist of refrigerators, freezers, stoves, washing
machines, and other miscellaneous metals.
Five (5) tires per year per household may be disposed; rims must be
Televisions, radios, computers, monitors, etc.
NOTE: Each of the
items listed above has a designated area for disposition. Mixed loads
have to be separated accordingly.
Items NOT allowed in
Brown Goods: Upholstered furniture such as sofas, recliners, mattresses
Liquid Wastes: Septic, sludge, paint, solvents, farm chemicals, motor
oil, anti- freeze, etc.
Hazardous Waste: Medical wastes, radioactive materials, asbestos
The following items are
mandated by the State of North Carolina to be recycled; therefore, not
allowed in the landfill:
Cardboard and paper