The Moore County MSW Transfer Station will be closed Saturday, June 25 and Saturday, July 2 for necessary repairs. Please note the construction and demolition landfill, yard waste facility, white goods/metal and scrap tire areas will remain open through noon on these two Saturdays as normal.
The tipping floor of the transfer station must be overlayed with new concrete to comply with state regulations. Repairs will be done in two sections, left and right halves, to allow continued MSW loading operations over the two-week period of construction and repair.
Demolition of the existing top layer of concrete will begin Tuesday evening, June 21 on the left-hand side of the tipping floor. Please know the transfer station will be operating at half capacity the balance of the week, so unloading of MSW will be delayed compared to the norm.
New concrete will be poured on Saturday morning, leading to the closing of the transfer station (i.e., absolutely no MSW will be received on Saturday, June 25). Normal operations will resume Monday, June 27.
The remaining half of the tipping floor will undergo repairs the following week, with demolition of the right-hand side beginning Tuesday, June 28. Again, the same delays in dumping loads will occur as only half the tipping floor will be operable.
New concrete will be poured on Saturday morning, leading to the closing of the transfer station (i.e., absolutely no MSW will be received on Saturday, July 2). Normal operations will resume Tuesday, July 5.
Please do not hesitate to contact the Moore County Solid Waste office at 910-947-3637 with any questions.