SINGLE-STREAM RECYCLING SERVICE
– Serviced every other Tuesday
– No sorting or separation needed
– No bagging needed (except for shredded paper – must be bagged in a clear bag)
– Increased recycling capability
– Cardboard does not need to be broken down, unless it is large and will not fit in the cart
– Front of cart must face street
– Only Waste Management carts will be emptied
– Do NOT pack/stuff materials in cart
– All recyclables must be placed inside the cart and the lid must be completely closed
– Leave 3-5 FEET of space between recycling cart, trash can, mailboxes, etc.
– Do NOT place under low utility lines or tree limbs
– Plastic Bottles
– Telephone Books
– Aluminum Beverage Cans
– Steel Cans
– Aerosol Cans
– Newspapers & Inserts
– Magazines & Catalogs
– Glass Bottles & Jars
– Cardboard Milk & Juice Containers
– Corrugated Cardboard
– Junk Mail
– Office Paper (Shredded paper needs to be placed in clear bags)
– Aluminum Pie Tins & Foil
– Chipboad/Paperboard (such as cereal and cracker boxes)
NOT Acceptable Recyclables
– Plastic bags, newspaper bags, plastic wrap
– Ceramics and dishes
– Plastic toys
– Styrofoam (inlcuding packaging & containers)
– Mirrors or window Glass
– Paint cans
– Light bulbs
– Motor oil, antifreeze, pesticide and chemical containers
For more information & images, download the Recycling Brochure located at the bottom of this page. If any questions or concerns about single-stream recycling, please contact our office at 336-969-6856.
OTHER HELPFUL INFORMATION:
Hanes Mill Landfill Open Monday-Friday, 7AM – 4:30PM and Saturday, 8AM-12 Noon; You can contact the landfill at (336) 661-4900 or at City Link at (336) 727-8000. Visit the official Hanes Mill Landfill website for holiday hours and more detailed/current information.
The following items are banned from all North Carolina landfills:
– Yard Waste
– Used Oil
– White Goods
– Aluminum Cans
– Whole Scrap Tires
– Lead-Acid Batteries
– Oyster Shells
– ABC Beverage Containers
– Motor Oil Filters
– Recyclable plastic bottles (excluding empty motor oil and pesticide containers)
– Wooden Pallets
– Computer Equipment
– Fluorescent Light
– Thermostats with Mercury
Batteries – Used alkaline batteries can be thrown in the garbage. At this time, there are no recycling options.
Batteries (Rechargeable) – Rechargeable batteries can be recycled at Lowe’s Home Improvement, Home Depot and King R/C Superspeedway (614 N Main St, King).
Cell Phones – Old cell phones, once service has been terminated, can be donated to a local charity or recycled at one of the following locations: AT&T, Best Buy, Home Depot, King R/C Superspeedway, LG Electronics, Lowes, Office Depot, Sony Ericsson, Sprint, Staples, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless.
CFLs (Compact Fluorescent Lightbulbs)
– Compact fluorescent lightbulbs (CFLs) can be recycled at any Home Depot Store or the 3RC Envirostation.
Junk Mail – North Carolina’s Division of Pollution Prevention and Environmental Assistance has developed a list of tried-and-true methods to help eliminate junk mail.
- Visit www.dmachoice.com to send a message to bulk mailers to remove your name off mailing lists.
- Major credit bureaus, Experian, Equifax, Inc., Innovis and Trans Union Corp. can be reached at one telephone number: 888/567-8688, or visit http://www.optoutprescreen.com.
- For unwanted catalogs, visit www.catalogchoice.org.
- To stop free papers that might be showing up in your mailbox or piling up in your driveway, visit www.stopfreepapers.org.
- Fill in and return opt-out privacy cards from financial organizations. Financial organizations are now required to provide customers with opt-out privacy cards so you can request that your name be removed from their bulk mailing lists.
- Call those “800” numbers provided on catalogs and other bulk mailings to request your name to be removed from mailing lists.
Plastic Bags: Most chain stores, including Food Lion, Wal-Mart, and Lowe’s Home Improvement accept plastic bags including dry-cleaning bags, bread bags, and wraps from paper towels, bathroom tissue, napkins, diapers and newspapers
Televisions & Electronics: Televisions can be recycled at the 3RC Center on Martin Luther King Blvd in Winston-Salem.
Used Motor Oil & Filters: Rural Hall residents can take their used motor oil to Rural Hall Automotive on Broad Street to be recycled at no charge or any other automotive service station/supply store.
Wooden Pallets: Wooden pallets can be recycled at A&J Pallets on Anderson Road. The phone number is (336)969-0265.
Yellow Pages Opt-Out: Want relief from unwanted phone books? Visit www.yellowpagesoptout.com, a one-stop clearinghouse to stop receiving telephone directories. This is an official website of the Yellow Pages Association and Association of Directory Publishers. This is a product of negotiations between several organizations and government agencies across the country, including North Carolina.
You may drop off construction debris, remodeling debris, and tree stumps at the Demolition Landfill located at 3336 Old Salisbury Road. For more information and quotes, call (336) 650-7659.