Henderson County accepts all plastic containers and gable top containers such as milk and juice cartons at the Convenience Center. This allows our customers to recycle these materials curbside.
The City of Hendersonville is collecting these materials as part of our recycling program.
The Henderson County Convenience Center located at 265 Convenience Center Dr, (off Stoney Mountain Road) accepts computers & accessories, stereo sets & speakers, telephones & cell phones, and radios at no cost to you. You may drop them off Monday-Saturday from 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Recycling will be collected on the same day as garbage for all customers. Customers should set their recycling carts/bins out prior to 7 a.m. on the same day as their brush and garbage pickup. Please do not place your container on the sidewalk. If additional carts or bins are needed please contact the Public Works Department at (828) 697-3084.
In addition to mixed paper, cardboard and most plastic bottles, we also accept clean aluminum foil and foil pie plates.
All materials are taken to the Henderson County Transfer Station or a new materials recovery facility to be recycled.
Click here to open our Environmental Resources Guide [PDF] and access additional information about our services.
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National Yellow Page Opt-Out
Have unwanted phone books? If you have phone books that you would like to recycle you can put them in your recycling bin for pick up.
If your wish is to stop receiving telephone directories or wish to select the ones you do want, you now have the power to do so by visiting the following website www.yellowpagesoptout.com. Once you have registered you have the option to no longer receive any telephone directories or you can choose specific directories and the quantity you would like to receive at your home or place of business.