COUNTY TRANSFER STATION AND RECYCLING INFORMATION: The Lumpkin County Transfer Station is operated by Mark Robinson Hauling
and is located on Barlow Road in Dahlonega. Hours of operation are 8:00 am until 4:30 Monday through Saturday. The tipping
fee is $1.00 per bag ($5.00 minimum load) or $39.50 per ton.
Recycling drop off centers are at three locations in Lumpkin County. 1642 Red Oaks Flat Road,
Barlow Road at the transfer station and 44 Radar Road. These convenience sites are located in Dahlonega and will accept newspaper,
mail, office paper, magazines, cardboard and aluminum and tin cans.
LUMPKIN COUNTY ADOPT-A-ROAD PROGRAM Residents,Citizens,
organizations, businesses and civic groups may now adopt any County road in Lumpkin County. The requirements are that a minimum
of one mile of road be adopted, unless the road is not a mile in length. The road must be picked up a minimum of four times
a year and the number of workers, hours worked and bags of trash picked up be reported back to us so that the information
can be sent into the State. We provide the forms to adopt your road and safety information along with stickers for your bags
to be disposed of at the transfer station at no charge. Also, orange vests may be available. We have a limited amount so request
yours early!For more information or to order an Adopt-A-Road application, please download the application below, print it
out, fill it in and send to the address on the forms.
Please note an address change for mailing in the form.
The correct address is
108 Old Jail Street
Homer, Ga 30547
UNION COUNTY TRANSFER STATION AND RECYCLING INFORMATION
Union County's Transfer Station is operated by Advanced Disposal and is located at 1226 Deep South Farms Road in Blairsville,
Georgia. Hours of operation are 7:00 am until 4:00 pm Monday through Friday and 7:00 am until 12:00 pm on Saturday. For more
information please call706-439-6102. Beginning August 13, 2007 the tipping fee is $49.00 per ton. The per bag price
is $.75 for 30 gallons and under and $1.00 for bags over 30gallons. Recycling is available at the site. Materials
taken are corrugated cardboard, mixed paper, #1 and #2 plastics (lids removed and rinsed out, please) aluminum and tin cans.
Recycling is available every Wednesday morning through the neighborhood recycling program througout the county.
COUNTY NOW OFFERS NEIGHBORHOOD RECYCLING! Beginning June 28, 2006, every Wednesday from 8am until 12pm at the following Fire
Station/Voting Precinct: Station 2 - Jones Creek Precinct Station 3 - Owltown Precinct Station 4 - Ivy Log Precinct (around
behind fire station) Station 5 - Suches Precinct Station 6 - Pat Colwell Precinct Station 8 - Gumlog Precinct Station 9 -
Coosa Precinct Station 12 - Choestoe Precinct Citizens can recycle newspaper, office paper, magazines, cereal boxes (basically,
if you can tear it, we can take it) aluminum cans and #s 1 & 2 plastic bottles with screw on type lid openings. Please rinse
and crush all plastic and aluminum cans. For more information please call Ashley at 706-439-6000
BANKS COUNTY LANDFILL AND RECYCLING INFORMATION: Banks County is the host county
for Waste Management's R&B Landfill located at 610 Bennett Road in Homer, Georgia. Banks County residents may deposit
all household trash free of charge at the landfill. For other solid waste materials, the tipping fee is $35.00 per ton. Waste
Management's operating hours are 5am until 4 pm Monday through Friday and 6am until 11am on Saturday. For more information
call 706-677-2650. Waste Management, Banks County and the North Georgia Resource Management Authority are involved in a Public/Private
Partnership to provide recycling to Banks County Residents.The recycling center is located at the landfill and we take #s
1 & 2 plastic bottles (rinsed and the lids removed please) aluminum cans,cardboard and mixed paper. WE CANNOT TAKE CEREAL
OR CRACKER BOXES OR BROWN PAPER BAGS FOR RECYCLING. WE
TAKE ALL ELECTRONICS FOR RECYCLING EXCEPT FOR TV'S AND CPU COMPUTER MONITORS!