Snow Emergency/Parking Ban March 2, 1AM-8AM
when parking ban is lifted it will be on select roadways ONLY. Please read article for full parking bans details, snow operations, and related info.
3/1/2015 5:00:00 PM
2015 EcoFest Coming March 7
EnergyWise: Sparking Local Energy Solutions
2/12/2015 4:57:00 PM
Kitchen Food Scrap Composting
Backyards or curbside collection, what's happening in our area?
1/20/2015 11:12:00 AM
Arlington's Recycling Headed to GreenWorks
Town leadership attended grand opening of the new facility
1/14/2015 12:43:00 PM
Recycling is mandatory and enforced in Arlington. What does this mean? Download the guide to find out >>>>>>>>>Orange Non-Compliant stickers and green door hanger reminders help the Town communicate with residents when recycling and trash guidelines are not followed.
Missed pickup? Call JRM Hauling at 1-800-323-4285
Over the trash limit? Call JRM Hauling for occasional excess trash pickup for a fee, 1-800-323-4285
Get involved with recycling and waste diversion in our community: Arlington Recycling Committee
- No plastic bags curbside: Return grocery bags and plastic film to the grocery stores to recycle
- Keep Recycling Free of Trash See the typical confusion that happens at the curb
- How Does A Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) Work? You Tube video (from NCDENR)
- NOT recyclable in curbside recycling program: wood, scrap metal (such as hangers), electronics
Consider Donating Unwanted Items
List of donation locations for clothes, textiles, and books
Textiles (in almost any condition) can be reused or recycled, here's how
Additional recycling and reuse options (non-curbside)
Additional Recycling Questions
2014-2015 Recycling and Trash Guide
Recycling at the curb - how to prepare
When is my trash, recycling, and yard waste collected?
Waste ban items not allowed in regular trash collection and disposal options
Where can I recycle cardboard and paper besides curbside collections?
Blue recycling bins are no longer provided by the Town
Upcoming holiday schedule for trash collection
Hazardous Waste- keep it out of your trash
What is considered household hazardous waste and how can I dispose of it?
Items to Recycle or to Dispose
Appliances or a 'white good'
Bulk items such as a bed mattress or furniture
Bulk wood waste items
Compact Discs and CD cases
Computer towers/CPUs/hard drives
Electronics such as a cell phone, DVD player, camera, small appliance, computer hard drive, etc.
Foam- trash item, collected for recycling at Community Collection Days
Florescent bulbs, CFLs, thermometers, and thermostats
Furniture and mattresses
Mattress and box spring sets
Metal bulk items
Rigid plastic- bulky trash item, collected for recycling at Community Collection Days
Televisions or computer screens/monitors (CRT/TV)
Tires- a bulky trash item- see Recycling and Trash Guide
Thermometers and thermostats