Deep Run Transfer Station
2287 Leslie R Stroud Rd, Kinston, NC 28504 • 252-521-1904
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Deep Run Transfer Station is located at 2287 Leslie R Stroud Rd, Kinston, NC 28504.
Waste Industries is a solid waste and recycling collection company which began operations in 1970. We believe in going above and beyond expectations, providing a level of service that allows for each and every one of our customers to get the highest quality of collection available anywhere in the United States to date. Visit our About Us page and learn about why we love what we do.
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2287 Leslie R Stroud Rd
Kinston, NC 28504
Phone & Fax
F: (919) 325-4040
Waste Handlers in Kinston, NC
Onslow Container Service, Inc. Transfer Station
1478 Bland Howell Road
Kinston, NC 28501
2236 Wallace Family Road
Kinston, NC 28501
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Frequently Asked Questions
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What are waste transfer facilities?
Waste transfer facilities are specialized sites designed to receive, store, process, and move waste material from one point to another. These facilities are often used in large cities or densely populated areas where the transport of waste materials is difficult or costly due to limited space and access. The goal of these facilities is to provide an efficient and economical system for moving waste from its point of origin to a designated final disposal site.
What kind of waste can be processed at a transfer facility?
A wide variety of waste materials can be managed at a transfer facility, including municipal solid waste (MSW), construction and demolition debris (C&D), and hazardous wastes such as medical sharps, oil-based paints, solvents, and lead acid batteries.
How is safety enforced at a transfer facility?
Waste transfer facilities are designed to minimize risks associated with handling, transporting, and disposing of hazardous materials. The safety of workers and the public is ensured through comprehensive training programs, strict safety protocols, and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE).
What are the benefits of using a waste transfer facility?
Waste transfer facilities offer several advantages over traditional disposal practices. They provide an efficient and economical way to transport and process waste while minimizing health risks associated with improper handling and exposure. Additionally, they reduce greenhouse gas emissions generated by waste transport vehicles and may help reduce the need for new landfills.
Do I need to use a waste transfer facility?
It depends on your specific needs and situation. Generally speaking, if you produce large amounts of non-hazardous waste or hazardous waste that requires special handling, then a waste transfer facility may be a viable option. For households or small businesses that generate limited amounts of waste, the most cost effective and environmentally friendly solution is to properly dispose of items at your local landfill or recycling center.
Are there any regulations that govern waste transfer facilities?
Yes. Waste transfer facilities are subject to a variety of federal, state, and local laws and regulations that address topics such as hazardous material handling, licensing requirements, worker safety, public health, environmental protection, and more. Additionally, each facility must meet the guidelines set forth by its respective state or local health department.