Five recycling locations have opened or will open this month in each of Cobb’s four districts so that people will have more than one option for their dropoffs. (Courtesy of Cobb County)

Cobb opens four more recycling locations this month

Cobb has opened recycling drop spot locations in each of the four districts to provide increased recycling options.

That brings the total to five in addition to the West Rock Customer Convenience Drop-Off Center, 1775 County Services Parkway, Marietta.

They include:

  • Open now - South Cobb Government Center: 4700 Austell Road, Austell. Items accepted: paper, flattened cardboard, newspaper, phone books, cartons, junk mail, magazines, clean plastic containers, clean aluminum and clean tin cans.
  • Open now - East Cobb Government Center: 4400 Lower Roswell Road, Marietta. Items accepted: paper, flattened cardboard, newspaper, phone books, cartons, junk mail, magazines, clean plastic containers, clean aluminum and clean tin cans.
  • Open now - Fire Station 28: 3858 Kemp Ridge Road, Acworth. Items accepted: paper, flattened cardboard, newspaper, phone books, cartons, junk mail, magazines, clean plastic containers, clean aluminum and clean tin cans.
  • Opening on June 29 - Fire Station 14: 2905 Library Lane, Marietta. Items accepted: paper, flattened cardboard, newspaper, phone books, cartons, junk mail, magazines, clean plastic containers, clean aluminum and clean tin cans.
  • Open now - West Rock Customer Convenience Drop-Off Center: 1775 County Services Parkway, Marietta. Entrance is at the traffic light across the street from the Cobb Douglas Public Health Building. Hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays to Fridays and 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays. Items accepted: paper, cardboard, newspaper, phone books, cartons, junk mail, magazines, clean plastic containers, clean aluminum, clean tin cans, clean glass jars and clean glass bottles.

Information: CobbCounty.org/communications/news/keep-cobb-beautiful-recycling-drop-spot-locations

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