Duluth was one of the first cities to implement a weekly multi-material curbside recycling program. With community involvement and support, this program continues to surpass each year’s expectations. Duluth residents can divert much of our curbside waste away from landfills. Place your bin at the curb before 7:00 a.m. each Wednesday morning for collection.
Recycling is offered to Duluth residents at no charge. You may obtain a recycling bin at the Duluth Public Works building, 2450 Main Street. If you prefer a large recycling rolling cart, please email RWard4@republicservices.com and include your name, address and phone number in the email. These carts will be delivered to your home on Fridays by Republic Services. Bring your old recycling bin to Public Works to exchange or leave it out at the curb on your cart delivery date. If you are moving and leaving Duluth, please return the old bin to Public Works or leave it for the new resident.
Newspapers and inserts Cardboard boxes (broken down)
Kraft paper, paper grocery bags, paper shopping and lunch bags
Paperboard, cereal boxes, tissue boxes, paper towel cores, soda and beer cartons, shoe boxes
Magazines Mixed paper
Magazines, shopping catalogs, Calendars, school papers, carbonless forms
Junk Mail Other paper
Discarded mail, greeting cards, envelopes Computer paper, old phone directories
Aluminum beverage containers, baking tins, food containers
Steel food containers Glass bottles and jars
Empty aerosol cans
Clean metallic lids
Plastic soda and water bottles, milk jugs, plastic detergent bottles, plastic bottles
Please call Republic Services at 678-963-2800 with any questions regarding the Recycling program.
Recycling Centers in the area:
Snellville Recycling Center Located at 2531 Marigold Road, Snellville will accept the following from Gwinnett County Residents with no fee:
- Computer/Office Paper
- Glass (brown, clear&green)
- Scrap Metals (all types)
- Aluminum Cans
- Carpet & Pad
- #1 & 2 Plastic Jugs & Bottles
- All junk mail, newspaper
- Cardboard boxes (broken down)
- Aluminum and steel food/beverage containers, baking tins
- #1-7 plastic bottles and containers
- Cereal, shoe, tissue and packaging boxes
- Kraft paper (grocery and lunch bags)
- Phone books, catalogs, paperbacks, magazines
- Soda, beer, other drink box cartons Paper towel and tissue paper cores
- Mixed paper (calendars, school and computer paper, envelopes, old greeting cards
Roswell Recycling Center located at 11570 Maxwell Road, Roswell, will accept aluminum cans, lightweight plastic containers, and glass bottles, magazines, books from non-residents for no fee, items must be separated.
Roswell Recycling Center will accept the following from non-residents for the fees listed:
- Televisions (Flat Screen or CRT): $20/each
- Monitors (Flat Screen of CRT): $20/each
- Tires - off the rim: $2/each (Max 4)
- Tires - on the rim: $15/each (Max 4)
- Appliances with Freon: $20/each
- Appliances without Freon: $10/each
Exact change cash or check accepted. No credit or debit cards.
Westrock Recycling is in Lawrenceville – 384 Maltbie Street
They accept small amounts of plastic, glass, cardboard, newspapers and magazines. However, there is a fee. Fees will depend on the amount of recyclables.