Let CVWMA bring an engaging education program to your classroom, club or neighborhood group.
All recyclables must be placed in your CVWMA cart for collection, including flattened cardboard boxes.
Keep old bins or carts for use around the house. You can also drop them off for reuse or recycling at one of several sites.
ALUMINUM & STEELCANS · GLASS BOTTLES & JARS · PAPER & CARDBOARD · CARTONS · PLASTIC · BOTTLES, JUGS, TUBS
Empty & Rinse Containers · Flatten Boxes · No Trash or Yard Waste · No Plastic Bags
NO BAGS · NO TANGLERS · NO HAZARDOUS WASTE CONTAINERS · NO STYROFOAM
Do not bag recyclables. Return plastic bags and wraps to retailers. No garbage
No hoses, wires, chains or electronics · No flammables, motor oil, paint or batteries · No carryout packaging or packing materials
Recycling collections are every other week. Sign up for collection day email reminders.
The CVWMA’s residential recycling program is the largest in Virginia and serves over 270,000 households in nine jurisdictions.
CVWMA offers drop-off recycling collection sites at thirty-six locations in nine participating counties and cities.
Trash collection services vary depending on your location but may include residential trash, collection centers and bulk pickup.
To find services and see which CVWMA waste collection and recycling programs are offered in your location, use the links below:
Residential Trash Collection Residential Recycling Drop Off Recycling
Enter your address in the self-service tool. If you find your address, you’re eligible for CVWMA residential recycling.
Single-family homes are provided one recycling cart on wheels. If you don’t have one, request it through the tool.
Recycling collections are every other week. Find your day in the self-service tool. Sign up for recycling day email reminders.