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Jan. 18, 9:20 A.M. | Red Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday recyclers should leave containers out until collected. Collections are delayed due to staffing shortages caused by COVID-19. Check back for updates.

Henrico

County/City Programs

Because  We  Care Volunteer Litter Control Program

Residential curbside trash collection in many areas of the County

Household trash drop-off at two Public Use Areas

Solid Waste disposal services at a permitted solid waste landfill

Bulky Waste curbside pickup (Fees may apply)

Henrico Leaf Collection Services: Bagged Leaf Collection

Neighborhood Cleanups

School Recycling- Henrico County Public Schools has contract agreement with Republic for school recycling services. Please contact Henrico County Public Schools for more information.

Oyster Shell Recycling Program ( Springfield Road Public Use Area)

 

Curbside Recycling

When is my recycling collection day?

Is service available at my address? You can do an address search here. Henrico collection days are all on Red Week.

Henrico County has over 80,000 eligible curbside households in their Curbside Recycling Program. To be eligible for Curbside Recycling, a county resident must reside in a single family detached homes accessible from a public road. This service is free to county residents and collections are every other week. Henrico County will provide you with a free 24 gallon bin. If you would like to sign up for this program, please visit the CVWMA homepage  or contact CVWMA at (804)340-0900 for customer service assistance.

Recycle Right with CVWMA!

ACCEPTED ITEMS: Cardboard, mixed paper, aluminum and steel cans, plastic bottles, tubs and containers (Empty, rinse and replace plastic cap to recycle), food and beverage cartons (empty, rinse, replace plastic cap to recycle) and glass bottles and jars (no metal lids, please).

Think Twice! Avoid the Oops!  NOT ACCEPTED: Leave these out of your recycling container: Plastic bags, plastic bagged recyclables, any Styrofoam (carryout or packing materials), food contaminated such as pizza boxes, no sheets or balls of aluminum foil, no shredded paper, no tanglers, hoses, cords, big items such as wood, plastic, furniture or metal.

Recycle plastic bags at local grocery/retail stores. Click here to find a store near you to recycle them atMany stores work with Trex in Winchester, VA.

Recycle foam packing peanuts  – click link.

Download 2021 CVWMA Recycling Collection Schedule

CVWMA offers a 95 gallon recycling cart option. There is a $65 one time user fee for this cart option. Anyone with interest in purchasing this large recycling cart, can do so online. Or, you can purchase your own  personal container and CVWMA will provide stickers that identify your container as recycling.

 

 

Drop Off Recycling Collection Sites

The County maintains Drop off Recycling sites throughout the county for its Drop-off Recycling Program that allow residents to recycle. Instruction decals show that items are accepted and what items are not accepted.

The County of Henrico is relocating its drop-off recycling sites at Fire Station #15 and Fire Station #16 to the following new locations effective 8/12/19:

  • Fire Station #15 is being relocated to the Cultural Arts Center, 2880 Mountain Rd, Glen Allen (look for Henrico signage at new location to locate containers)
  • Fire Station #16 is being relocated to Pouncey Tract Park, 4747 Pouncey Tract Rd, Glen Allen (look for Henrico signage at the new location to locate containers)

ACCEPTED ITEMS: Cardboard, mixed paper, aluminum and steel cans, plastic bottles, tubs and containers (Empty, rinse and replace plastic cap to recycle), food and beverage cartons (empty, rinse, reattach plastic cap to recycle) and glass bottles and jars (no metal lids, please).

Think Twice! Avoid the Oops!  NOT ACCEPTED: Leave these out of drop-off recycling container: Plastic bags, plastic bagged recyclables, any Styrofoam (carryout or packing materials), food contaminated such as pizza boxes, no sheets or balls of aluminum foil, no shredded paper, no tanglers, hoses, cords, big items such as wood, plastic, furniture or metal.

Recycle plastic bags at local grocery/retail stores.

These centers are located at many of the County’s fire stations and both the Charles City Road and Springfield Road Public Use Areas. Map of all locations, click here.

Fire Station # 1, 110 E. Azalea Ave.

Fire Station #2, 2400 Darbytown Rd.

Fire Station # 4, 8112 Strath Rd.

Fire Station # 7, 2701 E. Laburnum Avenue (behind the fire station on Rescue Road)

Fire Station #11, 1754 Hungary Rd.

Fire Station # 13, 12491 Church Rd.

Fire Station #14, 5901 Memorial Dr.

Shane Road Recycling Center (Shane Rd at Quioccasin)

Cultural Arts Center, 2880 Mountain Rd, Glen Allen

Pouncey Tract Park, 4747 Pouncey Tract Rd, Glen Allen

Public Use Area, 10600 Fords Country Lane

Public Use Area, 2075 Charles City Road

Click here for more information.

Solid Waste Collection Sites

Residential Trash Collection

  • Residential curbside trash collection in many areas of the County
  • Residents not eligible for county trash collection services may call local government staff, neighbors, or check online-phone books for listing of private trash collection service providers.

Residential Trash Collection Sites

Charles City Road Public Use Area, 2075 Charles City Road

Springfield Rd. Public Use Area, near I-295 and Nuckols Rd., Glen Allen

Click here for list of Accepted Items and Hours of Operation.

Click here for fee information.

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