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Places you can recycle a Christmas tree in New Hanover County

As a free service to New Hanover County residents, the county is offering Christmas tree recycling beginning Thursday, December 26 through January 15.

Four available oyster shell drop sites in New Hanover County

Did you know it's against state law to throw oyster shells in the landfill with the rest of your trash? Well, good news is there are other locations across New Hanover County you can take them. 

More than 3 million cubic yards of Florence debris converted into free mulch

There was more than 3 million cubic yards of vegetative debris collected in the county after Hurricane Florence. It has been converted into acres and acres of mulch at the New Hanover County Landfill.

New Hanover County making efforts to be more eco-friendly

The size of the flame is normal and shouldn't be a cause for alarm.

New Hanover County first in NC to partner with DEQ for new water sampling...

A new day for a local landfill. New Hanover County Environmental Managers announced a new partnership with the DEQ to sample wastewater for chemicals like Gen-X.

Christmas tree recycling begins

There are multiple locations in the Wilmington area serving as Christmas tree drop off spots.

Update: Potato gun, not explosive, found at landfill

The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office now says the report of a possible explosive device at the New Hanover County Landfill was in fact a potato gun.

ONLY ON 3: Sutton Plant coal ash could head to New Hanover Co. landfill

videoToxic coal ash from the Sutton Plant may be moving closer to you than you think. The solution to getting rid of coal ash at Duke Energy's Sutton Plant may be a short trip down the road to the New Hanover County Landfill.

Trash talk continues as county looks for landfill solution

videoSince at least the 1980s New Hanover County Commissioners have debated what to do with the county's trash. After a work session on the issue today, the debate continues.

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