I have been looking for somewhere to recycle some old electronic equipment and flourescent bulbs (tubes). I found that this can be done via McDowell County Dept. of Public Works (828.659.2521). These items can be dropped off at 3849 Route 226 South in Marion from 8 AM-3 PM. This is just south of the Transfer Station. (P.S. a note on waste disposal terminology: what we in Creston often refer to as the "Transfer Station" on Bat Cave road the County refers to as a "Convenience Center" [there are 7 in the county]. What we often refer to as "The Dump" on Route 226 the County refers to as the "Transfer Station". From there waste is hauled to a landfill in Caldwell County.)
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