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For Drop-off Recycling and Convenience Center questions, contact:

 

Jim Hill

Solid Waste Superintendent

P: 757-565-0971

Email: 

general.services@
jamescitycountyva.gov

 


For Curbside Recycling Customer Service and General Recycling Questions, contact the Virginia Peninsula's Public Service Authority at:


P:
757-259-9850

Email:

curbsiderecycling@
vppsa.org


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Benefits of Business Recycling

Convenience Center Coupon Books Curbside Recycling Collection
Convenience Center Locations/Operating Hours 2013 Curbside Recycling Holiday Collection Schedule
Transfer Station Christmas Tree Recycling Program
2014 Household Chemical Collection Program Miscellaneous Recycling Resources
Computer/Electronics Recycling JCC/Arc (daily) or VPPSA (bimonthly) Curbside Recycling News 2013
Compact Fluorescent Light Bulb (CFL) 2013 Leaf Collection
Bulk trash pickup  

 

 

Why should a business recycle?

Recycling is economically advantageous & environmentally sound.

 

Recycling can save you money!

 

By recycling, a business can downsize the contents of its dumpster and get a recycling bin. Together, this may be less than the cost of renting a large dumpster. One local business reduced their solid waste costs by 25 percent after implementing a recycling program.

 

Additionally, two or more companies may collaborate to exchange materials; this can be beneficial in many ways if another company uses your waste products as their raw materials.

 

  • Your business will not have to pay a disposal fee and may even earn money.
  • You form better relationships with other area businesses and recycling haulers by working cooperatively, which may prove beneficial to your business in the long run.
  • You may be able to exchange materials. While resources are depleting, their use continues to increase. The initial manufacturing of these resources burns fossil fuels, polluting the air. We pay for this excess pollution through taxes. Recycling is a practical way of minimizing costs.