Households in unincorporated Gwinnett County now have access to recycle more, thanks to a grant from The Recycling Partnership, with financial support proved by American Beverage’s Every Bottle Back initiative.

The Recycling Partnership’s $100,000 grant will deliver an estimated 8,400 new recycling carts to unincorporated households across the County, unlocking more than 2.7 million pounds of new quality recyclables that can then be transformed into new products and packaging.

 

Any household in unincorporated Gwinnett County is eligible to request a new recycling cart provided by the County. To receive their free recycling cart, residents of unincorporated Gwinnett County can simply respond to the postage-paid mailer they receive, submit a request online at gcsolidwate.com, or call 770-822-7771. If you already have a recycling cart, the County encourages residents to continue using it to recycle and place it at the curb for collection on their assigned day.

For a list of drop-off locations where you can recycle items, visit our searchable recycling database.

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