Notice Concerning Site Improvements at Springfield Road Public Use Area

In order to improve the safety for our customers and to meet the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulatory requirements, we have raised the height of our existing barrier in the residential waste drop-off area to 42 inches.  Please note the OSHA is a division of the United States Department of Labor and this is a federal requirement.  In the event you need disposal assistance, please notify the scale attendant or the staff member assigned to the drop-off area.SpringfieldRailing

Due to high mulch demands, please contact the Springfield Road Public Use Area (747-1865) or Charles City Road Public Use Area (222-7739) to check mulch availability prior to coming to the site.

 

Consumer Confidence (Water Quality) Report 2014 is now on website.  To view, please click here.

2014 DPU Standards are now available.  To review them, please click here:

 

About Us

The Department of Public Utilities provides water, wastewater systems, and solid waste services to over 90,000 customers.  Some of our facilities and activities:

  • Public Utilities (DPU) provides drinking water to and collects wastewater from
    residential, commercial, and industrial customers
  • Refuse collection service
  • Recycling, curbside and drop-off

 

The Divisions of Public Utilities are as follows:

  • Business
  • Construction
  • Design
  • Operations
  • Solid Waste
  • Water Reclamation Facility
  • Water Treatment Facility

 

For more information on these divisions, please view our brochure.

 

Keep Henrico Beautiful

Keep Henrico Beautiful offers County residents of all ages litter prevention and recycling programs, environmental education resources and volunteer opportunities.

Hallie Stephenson, Executive Coordinator

For more information, please click here 

 

 

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