Convenience Sites


Convenience Site Locations and Services (Household Trash and Recycling)


Convenience Site Services are for County Resident use only.  If you are bringing trash or debris from a job site or a business you must use the Landfill Located at 6584 Landfill Rd, Oxford, NC 27565.


granville county household trash & recycling convenience sites

Convenience Site Services are for Granville County resident use only. 

  • Butner (2796 Old Rt. 75)
    • Ph. (919) 575-6655
    • Monday-Saturday 7:00 am-6:00 pm
  • Oxford (6584 Landfill Rd.)
    • Ph. (919) 693-9923
    • Monday-Saturday 7:00 am-6:00 pm
  • Wilton (3195 NC-56, Creedmoor)
    • Ph. (919) 528-4405
    • Monday-Saturday 7:00 am-6:00 pm
  • Berea (1534 Russell Rd., Oxford)
    • Ph. (919) 693-8115
    • Monday-Saturday 7:00 am-6:00 pm
  • Grassy Creek (2117 James Winston Rd., Oxford)
    • Ph. (919) 603-0511
    • Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 7:00 am-6:00 pm
  • Oak Hill (8266 Charlie Stovall Rd., Oxford)
    • Ph. (919) 693-9051
    • Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 7:00 am-6:00 pm
  • Bullock (9053 US-15)
    • Ph. (919) 692-1335
    • Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 7:00 am-6:00 pm

(Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.)

Disposal Services 

All convenience sites Accept municipal solid waste (household trash), small construction and demolition debris (from households), and bulky waste (mattresses, couches and other furniture).

Waste Materials NOT Accepted:  Tires (must be taken to Oxford Landfill at 6584 Landfill Rd.)

Liquid/Hazardous Wastes (Paint, Pesticide Containers)

Used Oil/Water Mixture

Business Electronic Waste

Yard Waste and Brush

Burned Trash and Burn Barrels (Examples of Illegal Open Burning)

Wooden Pallets

Car Batteries


Recycling Services

All convenience sites have designated areas for recycling;  commingled (mixed) recyclables, scrap metal/white goods, motor oil, antifreeze, oil filters, cooking oil, and electronics (must be whole). 


Paper Plastic Metal Glass 
Mixed paper Beverage bottles & jugs Aluminum & tin cans Bottles & jugs
Phone books Food tubs & containers Empty aerosol cans Mixed colors
Junk mail Soap, shampoo & conditioner bottles    
Paper bags Detergent & softener jugs    
Food boxes      
Paper egg cartons      
Paper towel rolls      
Newspapers & inserts      
Magazines & catalogs      
Flattened cardboard boxes      
Cartons:  milk, juice, soup      

Plastic bags and film may be recycled at your local grocery store. 

Please click on the following link to view What Goes in the Recycling Cart?


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