Welcome to Keep Covington/Newton Beautiful (KCNB)!
As an affiliate of Keep Georgia Beautiful and Keep America Beautiful, KCNB provides environmental education in our community. KCNB works on various projects focusing on litter prevention, beautification, recycling, and water pollution prevention. KCNB staff and volunteers visit schools with puppet shows and other educational programs, speak at club and organizational meetings, and participate in festivals and expos. KCNB also sponsors cleanups, recycling events, and awareness contests throughout the year. KCNB relies upon government and grant funding, private contributions, and volunteer participation.
To challenge, motivate, and inspire everyone to take responsibility for a clean and beautiful community
SAVE THE DATE:
Newton County Rivers Alive: Saturday, September 15
FREE Paper Shred Event: Monday, November 12
REPORT LITTERING AND ILLEGAL DUMPING:
Call 911 if you witness anyone littering or dumping. Many residents are hesitant to call 911, but doing so allows your complaint to be registered in the system and is the recommended and proper way to report.
GARBAGE DISPOSAL AND RECYCLING
All Newton County residents (including those within the city limits of Covington, Mansfield, Newborn, Oxford and Porterdale) with hang tags can take trash and recycling to any Newton County Neighborhood Recycling Center. (Please scroll down and continue to read for more information about purchasing hang tags.) City of Covington and City of Oxford residents have curbside trash and recycling pickup through their respective cities and may request bins by calling Covington City Hall at 770-385-2000 or Oxford City Hall at 770-786-7004. With hang tags, residents who live outside those city limits can take trash and recycling to centers or can contract with private garbage haulers for curbside service. Please see list below. KCNB does not provide residential recycling bins.
Neighborhood Recycling Centers:
Effective July 1, 2018:
Six full-service centers will remain open. New vehicle hang tags will be required to enter the centers. The hang tags can be purchased online, by mail or in person at the Newton County Historic Courthouse for $155 for use of all five centers. Up to 10 bags of trash a week will be allowed.
Tags can be purchased beginning June 1, 2018.
The five centers to remain open, with adjusted hours of noon to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, are:
Adams Circle - 2010 Adams Circle
Stone Road - 70 Stone Road
Stewart - 14645 Highway 36
Oak Hill - 112 Oak Hill Road
Piper Road - 10545 Hwy. 36
Bypass - 11575 Covington Bypass Road
How to get your hang tags:
Order online by clicking here: https://www.ncboc.com/online-services/residential-user-access-program
Click on and print out these forms and mail or bring in to the Newton County Historic Courthouse.
For more information regarding hang tags, please call 404-922-1545.
MULCH Call the City of Covington Recycling Center at 770-385-2046.
Electronics & Paint Recycling
Recycle household electronics and paint and dispose of pesticides on the first Saturday of each month from 8 a.m. to noon at the Newton County Landfill.
Free to Newton County residents only. No commercial wastes accepted.
Private Residential Haulers operating in Newton County:
Peach State Disposal
(offers curbside recycling)
NOTE: KCNB neither recommends nor endorses any company listed. This list may not be all-inclusive. Rates, options, service areas, and days of service vary and change often. Please call companies for the most current information.