Pender Solid Waste (PSW) serves as the management and administrative organization responsible for the collection, hauling, and proper disposal of approximately 35,000 tons per year of municipal solid waste (MSW) and construction and demolition (C&D) debris in Pender County. There are 12 Convenience Centers located throughout the County as well as a Transfer Station located near Highway 17 North in Hampstead. Solid Waste is collected from the convenience centers, hauled to the Transfer Station and transported to the Sampson County Landfill. The Transfer Station also accepts direct delivery of C&D waste and other MSW from Pender County residents. Recycling is co-mingled and sent to a materials separation center in Jacksonville, NC for sorting and shipping to recycling markets. Under contract with Waste Industries, Pender County waste is hauled to a Sub-Title D (MSW) and dedicated C&D landfill located in Sampson County, NC.

Solid Waste News

Pender County Offices Closed November 27th, 28th and 29th

All Pender County offices will be closed on November 27th, 28th and 29th (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. County Offices will reopen Monday, December 2nd, 2019. All convenience sites will be closed Thursday in observance of Thanksgiving. In addition, the following convenience sites will be closed Thursday in observance of […]

Reporting an Illegal Dumper

If you see an illegal dumper in action, do not risk your personal safety by approaching them. Instead, contact the law enforcement officials at 910 259-1212. If you can do so without endangering yourself, please try to get the following information. ( pictures by cellphone) Specific location Time of day License plate number (if applicable) […]

Cooking oil disposal

Let the oil cool completely, then pour it into a non-recyclable container with a lid, and throw it in the garbage. Common non-recyclable containers that work well include cardboard milk cartons and similar wax- or plastic-lined paper containers as well as takeout containers. Pour completely cooled oil into a partially filled trash bag. If you […]

When in doubt, throw it out!

Anyone who sorts recycling will tell you —when in doubt, throw it out! That to-go container covered in food doesn’t belong in your bin and contaminates other recyclables. You are our first sorter, please recycle right! #RecycleRightNC

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