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Weather Alert

Waste Management is committed to ensuring the safety of both our customers and employees while providing superior service. For everyone in the region impacted by the storm, we want to assure you the Waste Management Operations Team is working diligently to resume operations. Please continue to check back for more details.

 

New Hanover, Pender and Brunswick Counties: Wilmington Hauling
  • Waste Management will resume service as soon as local authorities deem it safe for our trucks to be on the road. Our initial focus will be on streets that are passable. The company will expand its routes to additional areas as more streets become clear of debris and other impediments.

Onslow County and Surf City: Jacksonville Hauling

  • Waste Management will resume service as soon as local authorities deem it safe for our trucks to be on the road. Our initial focus will be on streets that are passable. The company will expand its routes to additional areas as more streets become clear of debris and other impediments.

 

Reminder to all customers:

  • Garbage carts and cans should be used for regular household waste only and NOT storm debris.
  • Recycle containers should be used for recyclables only and NOT storm debris.  Acceptable recyclables include:  Paper, flattened Cardboard and Paperboard; Food & Beverage cans and cartons; Plastic bottles & containers.  Clean and empty.
  • Residents should separate normal household waste from storm debris.  Storm debris including tree limbs and vegetation, roof tiles, carpet and fencing should be placed curbside in a separate pile. Separation is necessary because other firms independent from Waste Management may be authorized to collect your storm debris in accordance with contracts made by your local County or municipality.