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Brunswick County, N.C., Plans for New Transfer Station

Brunswick County, N.C., Plans for New Transfer Station

The new transfer station will be built to help accommodate growing waste streams at the county’s landfill.

Brunswick County, N.C., is planning to construct a new transfer station just south of its existing transfer station, which is nearing its operational capacity. The county’s new transfer station will be built to help accommodate growing waste streams at its landfill, Port City Daily reports.

According to the report, the county’s waste consultant will put the project out to bid in June 2020, with construction expected to begin in March 2021.

Port City Daily has more information:

After 20 years in service, Brunswick County’s existing transfer station is nearing its operational capacity.

Brunswick County is in the midst of planning a new transfer station, adjacent to its existing station on Landfill Road in Bolivia.

Commissioners approved entering into a $336,365 contract with Dewberry Engineers Inc., its longtime solid waste consultant, to plan a new transfer station at the county’s regular meeting Monday.

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