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Tues 9am-4pm, Thur 9am-4pm, Sat 8am-4pm CHaRM stands for The Center for Hard to Recycle Materials. It's a new facility on Hill Street diverting thousands of pounds of household hazardous waste, bulky trash and other hard to recycle items from Metro-Atlanta households, water supplies and landfills.
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Live Thrive's Center for Hard to Recycle Materials
The Center for Hard to Recycle Materials (CHaRM) facility is a premier program of the nonprofit, Live Thrive. It is a permanent drop-off facility that aims to improve our environmental health by encouraging reuse and diverting thousands of pounds of household hazardous waste, bulky trash and other hard-to-recycle items from Metro-Atlanta landfills and water systems. CHaRM also provides single-stream recycling for those who do not have access.
CHaRM Benefits the Local Community by
Having a location that is convenient and easily accessible to the public.
Accepting a wider range of items than typical curbside recycling.
Providing education about the importance of proper disposal of hard-to-recycle materials.
Keeping hazardous materials out of our air, water and soil.
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July 5th, September 3rd, November 26th, December 22nd, December 24th, December 311110 Hill St SE
Atlanta, GA 30315 404-600-6386
Hours of Operation
CHaRM Hill Street is open by appointment only!
Drop-off appointments are available:
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
9 am - 2 pm
CHaRM (Center for Hard to Recycle Materials)
The Center for Hard to Recycle Materials (CHaRM) is a one-stop drop-off location for items that cannot be recycled at the curb or at other Athens-Clarke County recycling drop-off sites.
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Athens Clarke County Solid Waste Department Effective July 1st, 2022 Rate Increase Notice
Unfortunately due to circumstances outside our control, there will be a price increase for solid waste services effective July 1st. Read on...
ACC Leaf and Limb Crews will finish Area E and start collection in Area F the week of Jun. 27th
Streets off of Prince Ave, including Chattooga and Nantahala Ave. Streets between Oglethorpe Ave and Old West Broad. Hill Crest Ave Matthews Ave Hodgson Drive Hart Ave
For ACC Solid Waste Customers Only: 2022 Juneteenth - Holiday ScheduleRead on...
The Athens-Clarke County Center for Hard to Recycle Materials (CHaRM) is a one-stop drop for items that can’t be recycled at the curb or at the ACC recycling drop-off sites due to their chemical composition, hazardous components, size, shape, etc. These materials will be collected at the CHaRM for reuse, recycling and in rare cases, safe disposal. CHaRM is open to anyone, even if you do not reside in Athens.
Tuesday 10 AM - 7 PM
Wednesday 10 AM - 7 PM
Saturday 8 AM - NoonNo appointment needed.
1005 College Ave Athens, GA 30601 706-613-3501 ext. 4 [email protected]
*No fees required for ACC customers with loads exclusively consisting of:
Mixed recyclables (bottles, cans, mixed paper, cardboard, etc.)
Styrofoam (CLEAN, NO TAPE)
Plastic bags/wrap (plastic bags, stretch film, bubble wrap)
Shredded paper Scrap metal
Pallets (wooden or plastic, damaged or intact)
Food scraps – Residential Only 24/7 drop-off outside the fence off Cleveland AvePlease note hours of operation listed above.
Learn about our Teacher Reuse Store for donating school supplies to teachers.
Items accepted and fees
$2/trip facility fee for businesses and residents of Athens-Clarke County
$5/trip facility fee for businesses and residents outside Athens-Clarke County
Proof of residency can include government-issued identification, student ID, or utility bill.
No facility fee is required for items marked * for ACC residents.
Facility fee covers all items listed below except the items noted by $. These items require an additional fee to cover the processing fee.
Accepted forms of payment: check or major credit card (no cash, no American Express)Appliances and Tools (indoor and outdoor)Automotive fluids (no fuels)Balls – Golf balls; Tennis balls and canisters
$ Batteries (all types; $0.36/pound; car batteries $1 each)BicyclesBooks (hardcover and paperback)Cell phones, tablets, gaming systems
$ Cleaners/chemicals/fertilizers ($5/gallon)Clothing & textiles (sheets, pillows, cloth, etc.)
$ Computer & television monitors/screens ($5 each)Corks (synthetic or natural)
$ Documents for shredding – ($2/ banker’s box- 24in x 15in x 10in)
* Donations for Teacher Reuse StoreElectronics & cords/cablesExpired/used gift cardsEyeglasses
* Food Scraps (Residential Only- 24/7 drop-off outside the fence off Cleveland Ave)Fire extinguishers
$ Glass (automotive, windows, glass doors; $1 per piece)Glass dishes, plates, beverage glass, PyrexGrease (used cooking grease/oil)Helium, HVAC, & Camping Size Propane TanksInk cartridges
$ Light bulbs/tubes ($0.50 each)
$ Mattresses & box springs ($10 each)Media (CDs, DVDs, VHS, Tapes, etc.)Mercury-containing devicesMirrors (broken or intact)Motor oil filtersMixed recyclables (bottles, cans, paper, cardboard, etc.)Musical instruments
$ Paint ($2/gallon container)
* Pallets (wooden or plastic, damaged or intact)
* Plastic bags/wrap (plastic bags, stretch film, bubble wrap)
$ Propane tanks (20# or larger; $5 each, smaller; included with facility fee)
* Scrap MetalSharps/syringes (in a bleach or detergent bottle, residential only)Shoes (wearable only)
* Shredded paper
* Styrofoam (CLEAN, NO TAPE)
$ Tires ($3.00/ tire; $10/oversize tire or on rim )U.S. flags for patriotic retirement at VFW
Commercial CHaRM Customers:
Must make an appointment with Household Hazardous Waste Supervisor at 706-296-7832 for delivery. Materials will be fee-based.
Prior to the opening of CHaRM, hard to recycle materials and hazardous waste were collected during scheduled events throughout the year by the Solid Waste Department. A CHaRM (Center for Hard to Recycle Materials) is a one stop drop for items that can’t be recycled at the curb or at the Athens-Clarke County recycling drop-off sites because they are deemed "hard to recycle" due to their nature (chemical composition, hazardous components, size, distance to end-market, etc.). The first CHaRM in the United States was established in Boulder, Colorado and opened in 2001. Funding for the Athens-Clarke County CHaRM was made possible through the approval of the 2011 SPLOST. This funding provided improvements to the old Solid Waste Department location at 1005 College Avenue as well as much needed equipment for processing. The new CHaRM facility opened on November 9, 2015 which allowed for customers to bring hazardous and hard to recycle materials year round. Purchase of equipment as outlined in the Project Concept continues to be purchased as the facility continues to expand and take additional recyclable materials.