Recycling in Mint Hill
Recycling in Mint Hill is picked up on a bi-weekly schedule. Blue bins should be placed at the curb by 7:00 a.m. the morning of your pick up. Do not put items in plastic bags. Click here for a list of ITEMS THAT ARE ACCEPTABLE IN YOUR CURBSIDE RECYCLING BIN. Many of the unacceptable items can be taken to retailers, or any of the four Mecklenburg County Full Service Recycling Centers. For more information visit Mecklenburg County Solid Waste. When in doubt, throw it out.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I dispose of reusable bulky waste, i.e. old couch, stove, etc.?
If you have reusable bulky waste that you would like to donate to a non-profit organization contact Goodwill Industries, United Way, Habitat for Humanity Restore or The Salvation Army for more information. You can also contact Waste Pro at 980-296-1126 or complete the online service request form to arrange a pick up at your own cost.
There are several Full-service Recycling Centers in Mecklenburg County available to the public.Go to FAQ
How do I properly dispose of old paint cans and other hazardous waste?
Mecklenburg County Solid Waste and Recycling offers free household hazardous waste disposal to residents living in Mint Hill. By disposing of household hazardous waste properly, citizens help to protect our water supply and natural resources.
How do I request a recycle bin?
Contact the Town Hall at (704) 545-9726.Go to FAQ
How do I know my garbage collection schedule?
Contact Waste Pro if you are new to the area and need to know your pick up day at 980-296-1126 or complete the online service form.Go to FAQ
How do I know what items can be place in the recycle bin?
A downloadable information sheet is provided for general information and questions. If you have specific questions, contact the Town Hall at (704) 545-9726. Solid Waste/Recycling InformationGo to FAQ
How do I report a missed trash pick up?
How do I recycle my old electronics?
There are several places to recycle your old electronics in Mecklenburg County. Make sure you call ahead. Recycle Old ElectronicsGo to FAQ