Local Resources For: 

Consignment - Disposal - Donations

Washer & Dryer

Appliances (large)

  • Best Buy (costs $)

  • Buncombe County Transfer Station

  • City of Asheville

  • Habitat for Humanity 

  • Salvation Army

  • Western Carolina Rescue Mission

Folded Clothes

Clothing

  • Goodwill

  • Eblen Charities  (formal-ware, shoes, accessories)

  • Salvation Army

  • Western Carolina Rescue Mission

  • WNC Bridge 

Kitchen

  • Brother Wolf

  • Goodwill

  • Habitat For Humanity

  • Salvation Army

  • WNC Bridge

Toaster

Appliances (small)

  • Buncombe County Transfer Station

  • Goodwill

  • Salvation Army

  • Western Carolina Rescue Mission

Computer Cable

Electronics

  • Best Buy (recycling)

  • Goodwill

  • Salvation Army

  • Western Carolina Rescue Mission

Media

(CDs, DVDs, VHS,

LPs, Blu-ray)

  • Goodwill

  • Mr. K's (pays $)

  • Salvation Army

  • WNC Bridge (CDs, LPs)

Image by Ed Robertson

Books

  • Brother Wolf

  • Downtown Books & News (pays $)

  • Goodwill

  • Mr. K's (pays $)

  • Salvation Army

  • WNC Bridge 

Retro Chair

Furniture

  • Buncombe County Transfer Station (trash)

  • City of Asheville (trash)

  • Goodwill

  • Habitat For Humanity

  • Salvation Army

  • Western Carolina Rescue Mission

Toys

  • Brother Wolf

  • Goodwill

  • Salation Army

  • WNC Bridge 

 Why I Recommend Donating 

Consignment value is often 10%  or less of the original purchase price.

If selling on E-bay or Facebook Marketplace, consider the time, energy and resources required.

Is that how you want to spend  your spare time?

 How to Prep Paint for Disposal 

  1. Paint cans must be dried out to be collected with household trash.

Water-based paint: Dry it out by mixing it with clay-based cat litter or sand.

Oil-based paint: Dry it out by mixing it with cement.

2. Place cans in plastic bag with lid off and put with regular trash.

 

 

 For Everything Else 

(i.e. Automotive Fluids - Flammable Liquids - Pesticides)

Check out Buncombe County's Solid Waste Website