Chesterfield County privatizing recycling service, residents should pay for curbside service – Richmond Instances-Dispatch
Chesterfield County is privatizing its recycling service beginning subsequent 12 months.
Recycling now operates via a n settlement with the Central Virginia Waste Administration Authority, which fashioned in 1991 with 12 native communities
County officers opted to transition to “a curbside recycling assortment mannequin the place residents can work immediately with non-public haulers for recycling assortment, like they presently do for trash providers,” in response to a press release.
The contract ends July 1 and residents and companies can transition to non-public haulers at any time.
Chesterfield County presently provides a curbside recycling program to greater than 62,000 prospects. The county
will proceed to supply drop-off recycling at its northern and southern comfort facilities.