Chesterfield County’s curbside recycling contract with CVWMA expires June 30, 2023. After that date, CVWMA will no longer provide the service in Chesterfield.
Information about transitioning to a private service provider is available at chesterfield.gov/recycling.
Residents who do not wish to keep their CVWMA recycling carts and bins may drop them at a county convenience center.
Northern Area Convenience Center
3200 Warbro Road, Midlothian, VA
Friday-Tuesday 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Closed Wednesday and Thursday
Southern Area Convenience Center
6700 Landfill Drive, Chester, VA
Thursday-Monday 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Closed Tuesday and Wednesday
Residents may also drop recyclables at recycling centers located in these county parks:
Harry G. Daniel at Iron Bridge
6600 Whitepine Road, North Chesterfield, VA
R. Garland Dodd Park at Point of Rocks
201 Enon Church Road, Chester, VA
20621 Woodpecker Road, South Chesterfield, VA
5300 Ecoff Ave., Chester, VA
Irvin G. Horner Park
17701 Genito Road, Moseley, VA
10901 Robious Road, North Chesterfield, VA
3401 Courthouse Road, North Chesterfield, VA
Aluminum and steel cans
Glass bottles and jars (without tops or lids)
Paper and cardboard (please flatten boxes)
Cartons (rinse and replace caps)
Plastic bottles, jugs and tubs (rinse clean and replace caps and lids)
× Plastic bags
× Plastic bagged recyclables
× Food-contaminated items
× Sheets or balls of aluminum foil
× Shredded paper
× Hoses or cords
Electronics must be recycled through reputable recycling vendors or special community events only. CVWMA contractor Securis holds an electronics recycling event on the first Saturday of each month at 8419 Glazebrook Ave., Henrico. The event is open to all residents of Central Virginia. Fees apply.
For information about other recycling events, see the CVWMA calendar.
Computer CPUs and cords may be recycled at the Chesterfield convenience centers. There is a limit of two CPUs per visit. Never place electronics or batteries in curbside or drop-off recycling containers.
County residents may dispose of household hazardous waste at the county convenience centers. There is no fee.
The following is accepted:
Acids Aerosol cans Antifreeze – 10 gallon limit
Compact fluorescent light bulbs, up to 5 per household
Fluorescent light tubes, up to 5 per household
Gasoline, 10-gallon limit
Oil filters Paints (see paint disposal tab for additional information)
Used oil, 10 gallon limit
County residents may dispose of large appliances at the county convenience centers. A $15 fee applies for each appliance containing Freon (air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers). This fee offsets the cost to properly recycle the Freon. A $10 fee applies for each appliance not containing Freon (stoves, washing machines, water heaters, etc.)
A scrap metal box is available at both convenience centers. Any clean, reusable metal is accepted. There is no fee to recycle scrap metal.