Solid Waste


The Solid Waste Division of the Public Works Department manages the County's compactor sites and the Moore County Landfill.

Hours of Operation

Office Hours
Monday-Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm
Landfill Hours
Monday-Friday: 8:00am-4:00pm
Saturday: 7:00am-12:00pm
Compactor Site Hours
Monday-Saturday: 7:00am-7:00pm


Contact Us

  • 1 (910) 947-3637
  • 1 (910) 947-1992
  • P.O. Box 1927, Carthage, NC 28327-1927
  • David Lambert, Solid Waste Division Manager

Physical Address

Compactor Site Information:

Map of Compactor Locations

Holiday Closings
New Years Day, July 4th,
Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day

General Information: 

Moore County currently has 7 staffed compactor sites at Cameron, Carthage, Eagle Springs, Landfill (located in Aberdeen), Midway, Robbins, and West End/Seven Lakes. The landfill site has open top containers only.

Recycling containers are provided at these sites for items such as aluminum cans, cardboard, glass, newspapers, magazines, mixed paper, plastic, white goods (washer, dryers, stoves, refrigerater, freezers) and other scrap metal. A collection site for oil and auto batteries is provided at the Carthage Site.

Cameron 245-2994
276 Cranes Creek Road, Cameron
Off Hwy 24-27
Carthage 947-2704
5361 US Hwy 15-501, Carthage
Near Hwy 15-501 and Hwy 22 intersection
Eagle Springs 673-2420
364 Eagle Springs Road
Near Hwy 705 and Hwy 211 Intersection
Midway 948-3720
10496 Hwy 24-27 West, Carthage
West End/Seven Lakes 673-3027
605 Love Grove Church Road, West End
Off Hwy 211 near Elementary School Ball Field
Aberdeen Site 295-4202
456 Turning Leaf Way, Aberdeen
Off Hwy #5

Robbins 464-2390
1465 Leaman Road, Robbins
Off Hwy 705



Recycling Your Electronics

Electronics are now accepted at all locations
Hours of Operation:
7AM - 7PM
Monday - Saturday

What electronics can be recycled in Moore County?

  • PCs, Hard Drives, Laptops Scanners
  • Televisions Printers
  • Keyboards & Mice Copiers
  • Servers GPS
  • Cell phones & PDAs Typewriters
  • Video Games Telephone Systems
  • iPods & MP3 players Rechargeable Batteries
  • Network Equipment Ink & Toner Cartridges
  • Consumer Electronics Microwaves


Scrap Tire Certification

The North Carolina Division of Waste Management administers a comprehensive program to manage scrap tires. This program prevents illegal dumping of tires by providing an infrastructure to safely collect, store, and recycle scrap tires.
An advance disposal fee is charged when new tires are sold. The proceeds are distributed to each county to pay for collection and recycling of tires. Each load of more than five tires must be accompanied by a completed SCRAP TIRE CERTIFICATION FORM for free disposal eligibility.

Waste Paint Disposal

Click here for tips on how to use and dispose of leftover paint.

Hazardous Waste

Eagle Springs Collection Site will be open for collection of the Hazardous Water items the 1st Wednesday and 3rd Saturday of each month beginning in May.

Click here for a list of items that can and cannot be accepted at this facility.



Where To Dispose Of Trash?

Recycling Brochure

If you have this.... It can be collected at...
Used oil & lead acid batteries Carthage
Pesticide containers Carthage & Cameron
Wooden pallets Landfill
Electronics All Sites
Scrap tires Landfill
Commingled recycling accepted and encouraged at ALL locations.
Items accepted at all sites: Aluminum cans, household trash, newspapers, magazines, scrap metal, appliances, glass, mixed paper, plastic (#1-7) & cardboard, which must be broken down flat.



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