The new, 50-acre compost and recycling operations center would provide residents with more convenient access to the County’s primary yard trimmings management facility and only composting center. Residents would also be able to better utilize the full services of the West Mecklenburg Recycling Center, where a broader range of items -- such as cans, bottles, paper, electronics, household chemicals and tires -- can be recycled.
Residents interested in learning more about the proposed location for Compost Central and the West Mecklenburg Recycling Center facility are invited to attend a public involvement forum on Thursday, Sept. 26. any time between 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. at Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation main office, located at 5841 Brookshire Blvd., Charlotte.
The forum will be held in an open house format where County staff will be available to provide more detailed information about the relocation project and answer questions. The County will provide a hot dog dinner and activities for children.
No registration is required.
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