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Posted on: June 10, 2021

Salvage Sheds Reopening

Orange County Solid Waste Management is excited to announce the reopening of the Salvage Sheds on July 1st, 2021.

The Salvage Sheds serve as a place for community members to drop-off their used, unwanted items for other community members to reuse. The items dropped-off at the Salvage Sheds should still be in working condition and clean. This is a great opportunity to extend the life of your products, help your community members and reduce waste sent to the landfill.

The Salvage Sheds are available at all Waste & Recycling Centers except for Bradshaw Quarry. The Sheds are open during the Waste & Recycling Center’s operating hours.

Please remember to maintain social distancing and, if not possible, wear a mask when using the sheds.

Examples of items accepted at the Salvage Sheds are:

  • Small appliances (in working condition)
  • Kitchenware (silverware, Tupperware, plates, mugs, cups)
  • Books and magazines
  • Electronics (in working condition)
  • Small, non-upholstered furniture
  • Small sports equipment (no large items such as treadmills, and no helmets)

Clothing and shoes can be donated in the bins next to the Salvage Shed (at Eubanks Rd. and Walnut Grove Church Rd. only). Clothing and shoe donations must be bagged, clean and odor free. You can also donate to any local thrift store during operating hours.

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