General Information

Recycling reusable materials preserves natural resources, improves the environment, and reduces waste deposited in our landfills. Henrico County encourages its residents and businesses to do their part in preserving the environment. As a member of the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA) we offer this valuable service through our numerous recycling drop-off centers, which are conveniently located throughout the County, and through our curbside recycling program.

Drop-off Recycling Centers

The County maintains 12 recycling centers throughout Henrico that allow residents to bring glass bottles and jars, metal cans and foil products, #1 or #2 plastic bottles, newspapers, and mixed paper. These centers are located at many of the County’s fire stations and other locations described below.

Click here for a map showing locations of all the Drop-off Recycling Centers.

 

  • Charles City Road Public Use Area, 2075 Charles City Rd.
  • Springfield Road Public Use Area, 10600 Ford’s Country Lane
  • Shane Road Recycling Center, 1412 Shane Road
  • Fire Station #1, 110 E. Azalea Avenue
  • Fire Station #2, 2400 Darbytown Road
  • Fire Station #4, 8112 Strath Road
  • Fire Station #7, 2701 E. Laburnum Avenue
  • Fire Station #11, 1754 Hungary Road
  • Fire Station #13, 12491 Church Road
  • Fire Station #14, 5210 Technology Boulevard
  • Fire Station #15, 3820 Mountain Road
  • Fire Station #16, 5381 Shady Grove Road

If you live in a single family detached home accessible from a public road there is no need to use the drop off recycling sites. Curbside recycling collection service is available to you at no charge and collections are every other week. Please call the CVWMA recycling hotline at 340-0900 for further details.

 

Curbside Recycling

If you are a Henrico County resident and live in a single family detached home accessible from a public road curbside recycling collection service is available to you through the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA). This service is free to county residents and collections are every other week. If you would like to sign up for this service, please contact the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA) at (804) 340-0900 or click the link for further details.

Please remember that recycling bins must be at the curb by 7:00 a.m. on collection day and there is no need to cover your recycling bin when it rains. Sorting of recyclable materials is not required and bottles and cans should be cleaned of residues and caps and lids discarded in your regular trash. Glass bottles, metal cans, #1 and #2 plastic containers, newspapers, and mixed paper are accepted in the curbside recycling program.

Electronic Waste Recycling

The Division of Solid Waste and Recycling periodically conducts used electronic waste recycling events (computers, TVs, printers, and anything with a plug). A list of upcoming electronic waste recycling events is available here. Please click here to setup automatic electronic waste recycling event reminders.


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Recycling Resources

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Recycling Page

Central Virginia Waste Management Authority