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Residential Waste Reduction & Recycling
 
Rozzelles Ferry Road

5800 Rozzelles Ferry Road
 
Directions:
 
Traveling north on Rozzelles Ferry Road, after intersection with Hovis Rd., center is on right just after Mecklenburg County Metal & Tire Facility. 
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Hours of Operation:
 
24 hours. (This is an unattended center)

 

Acceptable Materials:
NEW!!  Plastic Bottles and Jugs (EXCEPT #6)
NEW!!  Wide-Mouth Plastic Containers
NEW!!  Rigid Plastics
NEW!!  Empty Aerosol Cans
NEW!!  Milk and Juice Cartons, Juice Boxes

  • Aluminum/steel/tin cans
  • Spiral paper cans ( i.e. frozen juice cans
  • Glass jars/bottles (all colors) (NO lids or caps, ceramic cups, window/windshield glass, pyrex, glass dinnerware--plates and cups)
  • Junk mail and Mixed Paper (office paper, junk mail, envelopes, cereal boxes without liners, paper bags, gift boxes, gift wrap, dry food boxes, beer and pop cartons, mail tubes, paper towel rolls, index cards, file folders, paper egg cartons and paper food trays). (NO paper contaminated with food residue, diapers, text books, styrofoam, plastic food containers, gift bows and ribbons, and plastic grocery bags!)
  • Newspapers and inserts
  • Magazines and catalogs
  • Telephone Books
  • Flattened corrugated cardboard 
  • NOW accepting pizza boxes!

Materials Preparation:    NEW!!!

ALL materials can be placed in the same dumpster, no need to separate

NOTICE:
Please do not leave any trash or other unacceptable materials at the recycling center. The centers may be closed if they become trashed or the recyclables become contaminated.

Please email your questions or comments.



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