Bragg about Recycling

Fort Bragg's Qualified Recycling Program (QRP) is an award winning and federally recognized program. The goal of the program is to reclaim materials from the solid waste stream, retain revenues for reinvestment in diversion technologies to further recover recyclable materials, while minimizing the costs of solid waste disposal and sustaining our environmental future. The recycling facilities located in the DPW Compound and the Lamont Road Landfill will recycle most municipal and construction & demolition materials.

Recycling Container



Recyclable items on Fort Bragg:

Office paper, plastic bottles, various metals, used oil, antifreeze, paint, tires, pallets, magazines, glass, range targets, land clearing debris, concrete/asphalt/bricks, cardboard, aluminum cans, electronics, cooking oil, non-spec JP*, batteries, white goods, aerosol cans, newspapers, plastic bags/wrap, furniture


All plastic containers with numbers 1 through 7 must be recycled.

On 1 October 2009, North Carolina became the first state in the Southeast to ban plastic bottles from landfills. Rigid plastic containers with resin codes 1 through 7 must be recycled. The plastic containers can be stored in the collection bins provided by the Environmental Compliance Office. Plastic containers can be dropped off at the Recycling Facility, Building 3-1240, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Units and agencies on Fort Bragg are encouraged to utilize the Recycling Incentives Program. Participants are reimbursed for turning in aluminum cans, plastic bottles, office paper, and cardboard. The reimbursement is in the form of a DFMWR voucher, which can be used at any DFMWR facility. Household electronics such as televisions, computers, audio and video equipment and personal electronics can be recycled through the Recycling Facility, Building 3-1240.

For those who seek guidance to recycling and solid waste disposal on Fort Bragg, please contact the QRP manager at (910) 396-5323.