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Raleigh, NC Landfill Sites
Raleigh NC lies is in Wake County. The county offers two landfills sites.
One is called the South Wake Landfill and is located at:
- 6300 Old Smithfield Road, Apex
Open: Monday–Saturday, 7am–4pm
Closed: Sundays, New Years Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve (at 1 p.m.) and Christmas Day
The Second Site is called East Wake Transfer Station and is located at:
- East Wake Transfer Station
820 Corporation Parkway, Raleigh [map]
Open: Monday–Saturday, 6am–3pm (Wake County businesses only)
Closed: Sundays, New Years Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve (at noon) and Christmas Day
Tipping fees and other info can be found the at county’s Municipal Solid Waste website.
- Municipal solid waste
Unacceptable items include:
- Lead acid batteries
- Construction debris
- Demolition materials
- Raw sewage
- White goods
- Yard waste
- Flammable wastes
- Used scrap tires
Please refer to the website for a more extensive list of banned materials. The web page has articles the public may be interested in reading including Ordinances and Regulations and Studies and Reports.
If you have questions or concerns contact the Director of the Solid Waste Department. The phone number is:
Protecting our Natural Resources
Every day we read about man-made disasters affecting our water supplies and dangers to the air we breathe. Just recently, in Flint, Michigan, it was discovered that there were dangerously high levels of lead in the cities water supply. Lead is a highly potent neurotoxin and can lead to lead poisoning, hair loss, and lowering of IQ’s in children. And once you have lead in your body the effects are irreversible. This is just a recent tragedy and there have been countless other examples of contamination of water supplies. Back in the 60’s, the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland actually caught on fire. Both sides of the river were home to dozens of steel mills dumping their waste into the river.
Fortunately, people are beginning to take steps to protect our precious water supplies. For instance, the EPA has mandated that landfills start using liners and underground water monitoring devices to keep tabs on the condition of the water. Chemical and other waste dumping industrial companies have to use scrubbers to help clean up the sludge that they dump into our water supply.
Another culprit that is harming our environment is air pollution. Some very useful and simple steps the consumer can do to help ease air pollution can go a long way to improving our quality of air.
- Use environmentally friendly paints
- Don’t use wood in fireplace, rather choose gas burning logs
- Use Green detergent products etc…
- Try Composting
- Look for the Energy Star Label when buying products for the home
- Conserve energy at the home or office, turn off the lights when not needed
If we all do our part and it is not difficult to implement the list mentioned above, it will go a long way into protecting the air we breathe and help the environment to return to a more pristine time. It’s never too late, so please do your part and together we all will be able to breathe a sigh of relief.
What is the Makeup of Hazardous Waste
Hazardous waste is any waste or materials that pose a threat to the environment or public health. Hazardous waste usually exhibits four properties:
- Corrosive properties
The following is a small sample and further research should be done to get a complete list, and understanding on how these products react.
- Wood preservatives
- Air conditioning refrigerants
- Polish cleaners
- Ant baits
- Gas/oil mix
No one wants hazardous waste in their homes. So, do a little research. There are many common household products that can be substituted for a more friendly environmental commodity.
The magazine, Parents, offers seven substitutions or ideas you can easily use to make your home a safer place. Here are a few of their suggestions:
- A floor cleaner without any harsh chemicals
- Antibacterial toilet cleaner
- An all-purpose cleaner
Check out the Parent’s Magazine website for more eco- friendly products. There are literally hundreds of products you can find that are better suited to your home, which will, in turn, provide a healthier place for your family to reside. Every grocery store in America, if you take the time to read the labels, will have a green product next to one that is not so friendly to the environment. It’s up to you to make the right decision that will help to reap benefits immediately.
How to Dispose of Hazardous Waste in Raleigh
According to the WakeGov hazardous waste regulations, because of the dangers these materials can cause, considering their caustic properties, these waste must be taken to the following two sites:
- North Wake: 9037 Deponie Drive, Raleigh Attention: This facility is currently under construction and may experience service delays
- South Wake: 6130 Old Smithfield Road, Apex.
The operation hours of both facilities are:
Monday–Saturday, 8am-4pm, Wake County residents only
Closed Sundays, New Years Day, 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve (at noon) and Christmas Day.
A few of the items accepted include:
- Fire extinguishers
- Propane tanks
- Household cleaners
Unaccepted items include:
- Hypodermic needles
- Medical waste
Please refer to the WakeGov page for a fuller list of acceptable materials. If you have any questions please contact the Director of The Solid Waste Department on (918) 856-7400.
Let’s take advantage of what the city of Raleigh and Wake County have provided for their citizens to help keep the area beautiful. This does not take a big effort to dispose of hazardous waste or to find replacement products for items we use every day.
Recycling Options for Raleigh
The Wake County Solid Waste Department has put together a guide to help residents understand the recycling process. The county has eleven Recycling Convenience Centers to help manage the recycling for its residents.
The eleven Convenience Centers hours of operation are:
Open daily, 7am-7pm, Wake County residents only
Closed New Years Day, 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve (at noon) and Christmas Day.
There is also a map to help you navigate on the page-6.
Residents can recycle or dispose of waste free of charge at all centers.
Acceptable recycling items:
- Electronics (only at sites 1, 4, 11)
- Oyster shells
- Construction materials (sites 1, 2, 4, 7, 11 only)
- Scrap metal
- Tin cans
This is just a small sampling of recyclable items.
Unaccepted items include:
- Business or commercial waste
- Dead animals
- Items larger than 8 feet
- Yard waste
- Drums or tanks
- Liquid waste
Please refer to the web page for a comprehensive list of unacceptable materials.
Also mentioned in the guide are two Multi-Material Recycling Centers that will accept materials they may not be accepted either at the curb or the Convenience Centers. These two facilities are located at:
- North Wake Multi-Material Recycling Facility 9029 Deponie
- DriveRaleigh SW South Wake Multi-Material Recycling Facility 6130 Old Smithfield Road, Apex
The operating hours of these centers are:
Open Monday – Saturday: 8am-4pm
Open to Wake County residents & businesses
Closed Sundays, New Years Day, 4th of July, Thanksgiving
Day, Christmas Eve (at noon) and Christmas Day
A few of the accepted items include:
- E-Waste or electronics
- Rigid plastics
- Wood pallets
Use this guide for all of your recycling questions, locations, and what is accepted at each Convenience Center.