Bulk Waste Collections Will Resume Monday, May 18 in Colonial Heights, Hopewell and Petersburg

Posted on May 15, 2020

May 18, 2020

Contact: Nancy Drumheller, Public Affairs Manager; (804)612-0557; ndrumheller@cvwma.com

Bulk Waste Collections Will Resume Monday, May 18 in Colonial Heights, Hopewell and Petersburg

 

(Richmond, VA)- Beginning May 18, residential collection of bulky waste and yard waste at the curb will resume in the cities of Colonial Heights, Hopewell, and Petersburg.  Place any extra bags, bulky waste and yard waste next to trash carts on the curb on your regular collection day by am.

 

Bulky waste includes large appliances, furniture or other waste material that cannot be placed in the Cart due to size.  Bulky Waste does not include Construction Waste or Hazardous Waste, which is not collected, nor allowed to be placed in the cart or at the curb.

 

Yard Waste must be bundled and tied together not exceeding 4 feet in length or 75 pounds and grass clippings and leaves must be bagged and placed next to the Cart.

 

In Colonial Heights and Hopewell, bulky and yard waste is limited to the quantity of material that can safely be placed in and transported by a one-half ton pick up truck.

 

In Petersburg, bulky and yard waste is limited to an amount that does not exceed 10 cubic yards. The pile can not exceed 9 feet long by 9 feet wide and 3 feet high.

 

Please contact CVWMA at 804-425-0500 to report bulk and yard waste out for collection or visit www.cvwma.com for more information.