take the "I Recycle" Pledge and win ... $300-$800
The goal of America Recycles Day is to increase recycling, build consumer demand for recycled products and educate all Americans about the enviromental and economic benefits of recycling. Show your support for recycling in Prince William County and beyond--take the America Recycles Day pledge before November 20 and you could win a prize .
Recycling improves our community, conserves natural resources, saves landfill space and creates green jobs here in our community. Plus, you could win a great prize, donated by the Metropolitian Council of Governments, just by taking the "I Recycle" pledge. After you take the pledge, encourage your family, friends, followers and co-workers to take the pledge too!
Learn more about the prize drawing at www.mwcog.org/recyclesday/ and recycling in Prince William County at www.pwcgov.org/recycling.
The Landfill and Balls Ford Road Compost Facility will be closed on Thursday, November 23 for Thanksgiving Day.
Normal operations will resume in both locations on Friday, November 24, 2017.
Managing Trash and Recycling in the Community
The Department of Public Works is responsible for the effective and efficient management of the trash and recycled materials generated in our community. We take this responsibility very seriously. Each member of our staff works diligently to:
reduce the amount of waste for our landfill
safely handle and dispose of hazardous materials
- operate a safe and environmentally friendly landfill
find economical and practical ways to manage trash
Simply stated, our mission is to make a meaningful contribution to improve the quality of life for our residents, and to protect and preserve our natural environment.
Only residents and businesses in Prince William County, the towns of Dumfries, Occoquan, Haymarket and Quantico may use the Prince William County Landfill and Balls Ford Road Compost Facility.
Only residents of Prince William County may use the Weekly Saturday Collection Program at Nokesville Elementary and Evergreen Fire Station.
There is no charge for Prince William County residents to drop off trash, recyclables or yard waste.
Town residents from Dumfries, Occoquan, Haymarket and Quantico pay $5 per visit for up to 200 pounds of refuse.
Proof of residency, such as the Residential User Decal, personal property tax receipt, real estate tax receipt or valid driver's license, is required.
In addition, only refuse haulers with a permit issued by Prince William County Department of Public Works may use County facilities.
Citizens Have a Voice!
A Solid Waste Citizens Advisory Group (SWCAG) also offers public input and inquiry into the operation of our solid waste management facilities and programs. This group typically meets the third Thursday of the month and visitors are always welcome. Call 703-792-5758 or 5750 or 6254 for details.
Join Prince William County's TeamSort -- the Team dedicated to reduce, reuse and recycle. We need your enthusiastic participation in this effort to bring recycling and waste reduction home (and to the office). Be a champ and help make waste reduction and recycling a winning part of our community!
Old electronics require proper disposal. Check out this video short and see . . .
Check out this video of the latest materials that can be recycled in Prince William County.
Solid Waste Management Division
5 County Complex Court,
Prince William, VA 22192