Recycling

Lincoln County Recycles

Lincoln County Recycles.JPGA total of 12,296.46 tons, or about 19.7% of Lincoln County's waste, was diverted from the County Landfill in the 2020-2021 Fiscal Year.

Recyclables Collected in the 2020-2021 Fiscal Year

Recycled MaterialQuantity (in Tons)
Cardboard515.17
Mixed Paper212.45
Cans (Aluminum & Steel)52.97
Plastic187.5
Glass315.36
Electronics232.83
White Goods (Appliances)3,251.71
Yard Waste6,032.92
Tires1,372.32
Batteries29.5
Motor Oil92.73


ACCEPTED RECYCLABLES

Corrugated Cardboard
Steel Cans
Aluminum Cans
Glass (Translucent)
Magazines, Newspaper, Mixed Paper, Cartons, Paper Boxes, etc.
Plastics (#1-#7, Except #6)
Motor Oil & Oil Filters
White Goods (Appliances)
Lead Acid Batteries
Electronics
Fluorescent Bulbs
Scrap Metals
Cooking Oil

RECYCLABLES ACCEPTED AT

THE LANDFILL ONLY

Antifreeze Scrap
Tires
Pallets

RESIDENTIAL CONVENIENCE SITES ACCEPT RECYCLABLES

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

What is and is not Recyclable in Lincoln County?
Lincoln County Solid Waste Common Household Recycling Guideline

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Recycling Coordinator

The Lincoln County Recycling Coordinator is readily available to answer any questions and assist in recycling needs. The Recycling Coordinator is able to provide Recycling Lessons, Recycling Educational Materials, and Recycling Gifts. Organizations, Groups, Teachers, Schools, etc. are eligible for a recycling lesson. Please contact for details. Please feel free to contact the Recycling Coordinator for any questions, concerns, suggestions, and requests.

Jenna Harmon

Lincoln County Solid Waste, Recycling Coordinator
(704) 732-9030, Extension 4
jharmon@lincolncounty.org

LINCOLN COUNTY RECYCLES