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-Household garbage / trash
-Roofing Material / Roofing Shingles
-Housing cleanout materials
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The Kersey Valley Landfill does not run off of tax dollars. The landfill is operated by the monies it collects. Please call 336-883-3468 for more information.
The fee is used for new landfill development, closure of existing facilities and post closure care of facilities. Please call 336-883-3468 for more information.
We do have a recycle dropoff at the landfill, however we suggest taking recyclables 1.5 miles down the road to the Material Recovery Facility (Recycle Center) located at 5875 Riverdale Road. Please call 336-883-3468 for more information.
No, it is your responsibility to unload the vehicle. Please call 336-883-3468 for more information.
Under Kersey Valley Landfill regulations and under North Carolina General Statute 130A-309.10 the following are banned from landfill disposal:
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At its most simple:
A dump is an excavated piece of land where people threw trash. They are not longer legal due to the lack of environmental oversight and protection.
A Landfill is a highly engineered excavated pieces of land operated to provide a human health service. They exist to manage waste but are built in a way that keeps environmental health at the forefront by addressing concerns such as groundwater protection and environmental protections.
A more detailed explanation is available at: Differences Between a Dump and Landfill (PDF).