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R(E)cycling Drive and Tire Amnesty Day
2017 April 15th
Lowes Parking Lot (1216 N. Main St)
9am – 1pm
Tires*, Electronics, Paper, Household Batteries, Steel, Tin, Aluminum Cans. Cardboard, Glass and Plastic Bottles (#1 & #2), Gently used clothing, furniture, computers, cell phones, flat screen TV’s**, cordless tools, plastic bags and CFL light bulbs (no long tubes).
*Tires must be automobile and light truck weight/size. No greater than 22” inside diameter and no rims.
**We will not accept TVs with tubes
Household Hazardous Waste
This time we are excited to include collection of Household Hazardous Waste.
Click here to see a full list of items collected. You must prove you are a Suffolk resident when dropping off materials.
Bring no more than 3 brown bags of documents to be shredded. Please remain with your documents until shredded.
We are very excited to be partnering with the Foodbank of South Eastern Virginia, they will be collecting: Lean canned protein, canned fruits and vegetables, cereal, pasta, oatmeal, rice, crackers, soups, stews, boxed meals, canned pasta, formula, baby food, diapers, wipes and donated funds.
Got a question? ”Where can I recycling this…?” please contact Litter Control.
Battery Recycling Program
You can recycle your dead household alkaline batteries. Just look for the brown bin at all Suffolk Public Library locations and other convenient places around the city.
Please click here to find out where to recycle your AA, AAA, C, D, and 9V batteries.
In one year we have kept 2,404lbs of batteries out of our landfill - that's the equivalent in weight of a male polar bear.
Ink / Laser Printer Cartridges Recycling
@ Suffolk Public Library Locations
Plastic Bag Recycling @ Large retail stores
@ two Suffolk Police Department locations
Suffolk Police Headquarters, 111 Henley Place - available 24 hours
Precinct 2, 3901 Bridge Road - available Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5pm