Terrilyn M. Hannah

Public Programs Coordinator

1940 County Services Pkwy
Marietta, GA 30008
(770) 528-1135
(770) 528-2504 fax

keepcobbbeautiful@
cobbcounty.org
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Recyclable Items

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Recycling Information:
Aluminum & Tin Cans
Batteries - Automotive
Batteries - Rechargeable

CFL Lightbulbs
Cell Phones
Electronics
Glass
Ink Jet Cartridges
Junk Mail
Magazines / Newspapers
Office Paper
Plastic Bags
Plastic Containers
Phone Books
Rechargeable Batteries
Styrofoam
Televisions
Video Tapes



Aluminum / Tin Cans

RockTenn Company Recycle Center - 1775 County Services Parkway, Marietta 30008
Harry’s Whole Foods (770) 578-4400
Keep Smyrna Beautiful Recycle Center (770) 431-2869
SP Recycling - (770) 424-6397
ABC Recycling - (678) 290-9866

Car and Truck Batteries

Advance Recycle Transfer Station - 1897 County Services Parkway, Marietta 30008 (FEE)

CFL BULBS
(compact fluorescent light)
All Home Depots
SouthEast Recycling Tech., Inc. - (770) 426-5000 (FEE)

Cell Phones

Office Depots - All makes and models of cell phones free of charge
Harry’s Whole Foods (770) 578-4400
Keep Smyrna Beautiful Recycle Center (770) 431-2869
All Home Depots

Electronics

Office Depot - Accepts most electronics. See store for more info. (FEE)
Best Buy - see store for more info.
Keep Smyrna Beautiful Recycle Center - (770) 431-2869
Complete PC Recycling - (678) 918-0180: (770) 428-1998
Tommy Nobis Center - (770) 427-9000 Fee for monitors, TV's
Cartridge World - Office electronics only
Advance Transfer Station - Accepts all except TV's, 1897 County Services Parkway, Marietta 30008 (FEE)

Glass - Green, Brown, Clear

RockTenn Company Recycle Center - 1775 County Services Parkway, Marietta 30008
Keep Smyrna Beautiful Recycle Center - (770) 431-2869
SP Recycling - (770) 424-6397
Harry*s Whole Foods - (770) 578-4400

Ink Jet Cartridges

Office Depot - Contact your local store for details.
Walgreens
Cartridge World - Call your local store for details.

Junk Mail

RockTenn Company Recycle Center - 1775 County Services Parkway, Marietta 30008
Harry’s Whole Foods - (770) 578-4400
Keep Smyrna Beautiful Recycle Center * (770) 431-2869**
SP Recycling - (770) 424-6397

Magazines / Newspapers

RockTenn Company Recycle Center - 1775 County Services Parkway, Marietta 30008
Harry’s Whole Foods - (770) 578-4400
Keep Smyrna Beautiful Recycle Center - (770) 431-2869
SP Recycling - (770) 424-6397

Office Paper

RockTenn Company Recycle Center - 1775 County Services Parkway, Marietta 30008
Keep Smyrna Beautiful Recycle Center - (770) 431-2869
SP Recycling - (770) 424-6397

Plastic Bags

RockTenn Company Recycle Center - 1775 County Services Parkway, Marietta 30008
Kroger, Publix, Walmart Stores
Harry’s Whole Foods - (770) 578-4400
Keep Smyrna Beautiful Recycle Center - (770) 431-2869
SP Recycling - (770) 424-6397
Walmart Stores
Publix Supermarkets

Plastic Containers - type I, (PET) or type II, (HDPE)

RockTenn Company Recycle Center - 1775 County Services Parkway, Marietta 30008
Plastic Containers, type’s I-7
Harry’s Whole Foods (770) 578-4400
SP Recycling - (770) 424-6397
Phone Books
Visit our Phone Book Recycling page for a location near you.

Phone Books

Visit our Phone Book Recycling page for a location near you.

Rechargeable / Single Use Batteries

Staples - Call your local store. Rechargeable ONLY
Batteries Plus Call your local store for details. (FEE)
ABC Recycling - (678) 290-9866
All Home Depots - Rechargeable ONLY
Radio Shack - Call your local store for details.
Southeast Recycling Technologies - (770) 426-5000 (FEE)

Styrofoam

Publix Supermarkets

Televisions

Keep Smyrna Beautiful Recycle Center - (770) 431-2869 $10 per set
Best Buy - Will accept old television if you buy a new one.
Office Depot - Must fit into a 23” box. Subject to recycling fees.
Molam - (770) 420-5202 Subject to recycling fees.
Tommy Nobis Center - (770) 427-9000 (FEE) for monitors, TV's

Video Tapes

Molam - (770) 420-5202
SouthEast Recycling Tech., Inc. - (770) 426-5000

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recycling-faq


What items are accepted for recycling?

The RockTenn Company Recycling Center, located at 1775 County Services Parkway, Marietta, accepts office paper, plastics 1-7, junk mail, newspapers, magazines, phone books, green glass, brown glass, clear glass, aluminum cans, tin cans, as well as car and truck batteries.

What do we do with our recyclables?
Residents can bring their recyclables to the RockTenn Company Recycling Center, public entrance, located to the right of the facility's main building.

Oil or antifreeze brought for recycling should be taken to the Advanced Waste Disposal transfer station located at 1897 County Services Parkway, next to the old jail.

Those with further questions about the recycling center please call (404) 704-8002.

Can you tell me where the Advanced Disposal Transfer Station is? What are its hours?
The transfer station is located at 1897 County Services Parkway next to the old jail. The station is operated by the Cobb County Solid Waste Department, andis open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. The phone number is (770) 485-8940.

A minimum $7 fee allows residents to dispose of up to 400 pounds of materials at the station. Residents are encouraged to contact Advanced Disposal at (770) 485-8940 for disposal pricing over the minimum.

Residents wanting to dispose of tires should call Advanced for pricing.

The transfer station does not take yard debris such as grass clippings, limbs, bushes, or leaves. In addition, they cannot accept hazardous wastes such as paint, household chemicals, or any pressurized fuel containers such as propane or acetylene tanks of any size.

Where do I take Yard Debris?
Yard debris such as grass clippings, limbs, bushes, or leaves should be taken to the TAG Grinding Services, Inc. facility at 2150 County Services Pkwy. There is a charge for this service. For more information, please contact their office at (770) 432-7193.

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