Commercial and Residential Solid Waste and Recycling

Charlotte, NC
 704.714.9400
 803.548.4108
info@signaturewaste.com

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Upcoming Service

May
23
Tue
2017
all-day Ft Mill/Lake Wylie/Charlotte/Roc...
Ft Mill/Lake Wylie/Charlotte/Roc...
May 23 all-day
All Lake Wylie, Rock Hill, Charlotte and Fort Mill customers off of Hwy 160, Gold Hill, and Pleasant Road will be serviced on Tuesday for trash and every other Friday for recycling.
May
24
Wed
2017
all-day Fort Mill Wed Trash 2
Fort Mill Wed Trash 2
May 24 all-day
All Fort Mill customers in Regent Park and surrounding areas will be serviced every Wednesday for trash and every other Thursday for recycling.
all-day Pineville Trash
Pineville Trash
May 24 all-day
Your trash is collected every Wednesday. Please have your cart by the curb before 7 am on your service day. Trash will only be collected out of “Signature Waste” carts. All materials must be placed[...]

Recycling

CALL US ABOUT MEETING THE MECKLENBURG COUNTY RECYCLING ORDANANCE

Commerical

Signature Waste has 8,6, and4 yard cubic cardboard recycling container collected weekly or daily depending on your needs. Signature Waste can customize a recycling program within your company. Call today for a white paper recycling strategy.

Residential

What can you Recycle? Here is a list of items that you can recycle.

  • Mixed paper, newspapers with inserts, junk mail
  • Magazines, phone books
  • Paperboard (like cereal boxes)
  • Corrugated cardboard
  • Plastic bottles and containers (that have the number 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 in the triangular recycling symbol, usually on the bottom)
  • Aluminum cans, foil and pans (rinsed and food residue removed)
  • Steel cans and lids (rinsed)
  • Empty aerosol cans (NO paint cans)
  • Wide-mouth plastic containers and lids
  • Rigid plastic containers and small hard plastic toys
  • Milk and juice cartons and boxes
  • Cereal and food boxes
  • Spiral paper cans (with plastic lids detached)

Not accepted for recycling:

  • Styrofoam cups, plates, or take-out containers.
  • Cardboard food containers WITH food residue
  • Plastic bags or plastic wrap
  • Batteries
  • Cookware, dishes, light bulbs
  • Hardback books, foil coated food containers or wax coated food containers
  • Hazardous wastes like motor oil, household cleaners, pesticides, paint cans
  • Any soiled waste (personal hygiene pads and tissues, baby diapers)
  • Any type of Yard Waste
  • No electronics