City of Concord
Below are links providing general information about the City of Concord's recycling program and transfer station rates. Please check back again soon as we expand our recycling information to include towns in the greater Concord area.
Concord provides curbside collection of recyclables on a bi-weekly basis to all Concord residential properties that use the residential curbside service. View the City of Concord's website page for general information on Recycling and Solid Waste.
The transfer station is available to residents or commercial establishments within the 29 communities of the Concord Regional Solid Waste/Resource Recovery Cooperative. View the Transfer Station's Rate Schedule and Recycling Information.
The Recycle Center at the Transfer Station - View the City of Concord's Recycle Center website page.
Verizon Cellphone and Battery Recyling Programs
You can recycle both your no-longer-used phone and rechargeable battery by dropping them off at any Verizon Wireless retail location. Cellular phones and batteries with remaining useful life will be donated to the HopeLine® Phone Recycling program. All spent rechargeable batteries will be collected for recycling.
HopeLine is a phone recycling program exclusive to Verizon Wireless that puts wireless services and equipment to work to assist victims of domestic violence. The used phones are refurbished and recycled. Verizon Wireless uses the proceeds from the sale of any donated phone to fund non-profit agencies and to purchase wireless phones for victims of domestic violence.