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Lincoln County's population is approximately 70,000. The County’s rural setting is ideal for raising a family. Consequently, our county is experiencing faster growth in the East Lincoln area around Lake Norman. A total of 14,623 tons or 33% of this waste is diverted from the County Landfill yearly.

   Tons
Corrugated  937
Demolition Waste  7207
LMXP (news, magz, off. paper)  494
Mixed Cans (aluminum & steel) 34
Mixed Glass (clear, green, brown)  304
Oil & antifreeze  66
Plastic (milk jugs & soda bottles) 202
Tires  994
White Goods (Appliances)   1675
Yard Waste  3474



LINCOLN COUNTY RECYCLES

ACCEPTABLE WASTE
Batteries
Bulk items
Household Trash
Electronics
Florescent Bulbs
Oil Filters
Residential Construction and Demolition Waste
Residential Yard Waste

RECYCLING
Corrugated cardboard
Cans, (aluminum, & steel)
Glass bottles, (clear, green, brown)
Magazines
Newspaper
Plastic, (milk jugs & soda bottles)
Residential motor oil & Antifreeze
White Goods (Appliances)

PROHIBITED
Hazardous Material
Combustible Materials
Liquids

RESIDENTIAL
CONVENIENCE SITES
Airport, Car Farm, North Brook, Optimist, Owls Den, Tin Mine,
Webbs, and the Landfill