Waste Connections of the Carolinas, NC

Waste Connections of the Carolinas, NC


Waste Connections of the Carolinas continually strives to provide residents with the highest quality service, latest innovations and opportunities to be good stewards of the environment. In an effort to provide an enhanced recycling incentive program to curbside recycling customers, Waste Connections of the Carolinas has partnered with Recycling Perks on Jan 7th 2019.


Recycling Perks, The Program

Beginning January 7th, 2019, Waste Connections of the Carolinas residential customers will have the opportunity to register for Recycling Perks and earn reward points for placing their recycling carts out for collection. Registered participants can earn up to $25 in discounts per month and $300 in discounts each year. Participants may redeem their earned rewards for coupons, discounts and special deals with local vendors, retailers, restaurants and more.

95% Local Businesses!

Recycling Perks is about your city!! We want to make your city greener and support the local community, therefore more than 95% of the businesses we partner with are locally owned and operated.

Become A Recycling Perks Reward Partner!

Recycling Perks welcomes Union County businesses to participate in the rewards program by offering a discount to local recyclers. The program is free for businesses to participate in, and more information can be found by clicking here.

Recycling Beyond The Cart

There are many items that can be recycled, but not in your curbside cart, like white goods (appliances), batteries, electronics, oils, and more. Visit the Union County website listing the local drop-off locations to learn more.

Recycling Schedule & Carts

Recycling collection is based on your location; contact Waste Connections of the Carolinas to find out if you are on week A or week B.

The collection carts are marked “Recyclables Only”.

For a more information, please visit Waste Connections of Carolinas’ website.


Download this helpful guide to better understand the rules of recycling with Waste Connections of the Carolinas.


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