The Greene County Solid Waste Facility remains open to accept refuse during normal operating hours.
Please do your part to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community by limiting visits to the Facility. Limit trash disposal to every other week if possible, or once per week if necessary.
Please limit your interactions with our staff. To comply with State and Federal guidelines and for everyone’s protection, we ask that you have exact change to pay tipping fees and to use the box provided for payment located at the scale house. The disposal fee is $1 per bag.
As a reminder, Governor Ralph Northam issued a Statewide Stay at Home Order on March 30, 2020 directing all Virginians to stay home except in extremely limited circumstances. Your cooperation during this time is much appreciated.
The following hazardous waste is not accepted at this facility:
- asbestos shingles, construction paint and solvent wastes, glues and roofing tars
- gasoline, kerosene, lighter and brake fluid
- latex, oil based, auto paint
- mercury light bulbs, fluorescent bulbs (Lowes accepts)
- cleaners (bathroom, drain, tile, swimming pool)
- fertilizer, insecticide, weed killer
Greene County Solid Waste is a Full Service Recycling Center. Allen Morris is the Solid Waste Manager for the Greene County Solid Waste Facility.
Items that we recycle with no fee:
- METALS - Tin Cans, Aluminum (cans and foil)
- CORRUGATED CARDBOARD
- PLASTICS #2 - MILK JUGS ONLY
AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2019, THE COLLECTION OF THE FOLLOWING WILL BE SUSPENDED:
- PLASTIC - #1, #3 - #7
- PAPER - junk mail, phonebooks, and magazines
- GLASS - clear, brown, and green
These items will be deemed as regular household garbage and charged the same fee.
Frequently Asked Questions
What payment types do you accept?We accept only cash and checks. We do not accept debit or credit cards.
Do you accept hazardous materials?No, the Greene County Solid Waste Facility does not accept any hazardous materials.
Do you accept motor oil and antifreeze?Yes, we accept motor oil (must not have water in it) and antifreeze for recycling.
Do you recycle florescent light bulbs?No, we don't. However, if you purchased your bulbs from Lowes, sometimes you can return them directly to the store for recycling.