Solid Waste Disposal Sites
To find and display the waste disposal location select from the waste types below. Please see the descriptions of waste accepted at the specific waste type locations. If you need additional help contact Guilford County Environmental Services at (336) 641-3792.
Household Garbage   Christmas Trees
Waste materials typically generated in households, including garbage, furniture, mattresses, box springs and other household items.   Live Christmas trees only; no wreaths or garland please! Remove all lights, decorations, stands and covers. Business waste is not accepted at this site.
Construction & Demolition Waste (C&D)
   Land Clearing & Inert Debris (LCID)
Waste resulting solely from construction and remodeling, repair or demolition of pavement, buildings or other structures, including materials such as lumber, drywall, shingles, carpet, building fixtures.   Waste includes only concrete, brick, concrete block, uncontaminated soil, rock, gravel, untreated/unpainted wood, limbs, leaves and stumps. Please call the facility in advance.
Yard Waste
   Large Appliances (White Goods)
Vegetative debris generated from lawn maintenance and landscaping, including brush, grass, tree limbs and other similar vegetative materials.   Includes lawn mowers (fluids removed), stoves, freezers, refrigerators, washers, dryers, dishwashers, water heaters and air conditioners.
Tires   Shingles
Any continuous solid or pneumatic rubber covering that encircles the wheels of motorized vehicles, including passenger cars, trucks, motorcycles and SUV’s, tractor trailers and off-road
  Post consumer tear off asphalt shingle waste. No flat built-up roofing, no shingles that have been coated with paint, sealant or mastics, no asbestos cement shingles accepted.
Household Hazardous Waste    Electronics & E-Waste
Household items and products which contain hazardous materials, including automotive fluids, gasoline and oil, glues and epoxies, solvents and cleaners, paints, stains and varnishes, all types of batteries, fluorescent tubes and bulbs, mercury thermometers/thermostats, pesticides, insecticides, pool chemicals, polishes, drain cleaners, hair remover, nail polish.   Unwanted computers and computer equipment, televisions, cell phones, electronic games and toys, DVD and VHS players, stereo equipment, small appliances and microwaves, almost anything with a plug.
Prescription Medications
Prescription medications, including tablets, liquids, patches, ointments and capsules, may be dropped off in original packaging or in ziplock bags. No loose pills or capsules please! Needles, sharps and other medical waste are not accepted at these locations. Greensboro Police Department locations are accessible 8am,-5pm, Monday-Friday and require that prescription labels be removed from packages or that personal information contained on the labels be obscured prior to dropping off medications for disposal. The High Point Police Department location is accessible 24 hrs/day-7 days/week and has no requirement to remove prescription labels as the disposal container is secure.