Chesapeake Recycles Day is back, just in time for spring cleaning! Bring your household hazardous waste, electronics, and sensitive documents for proper disposal, for free (but we will gladly accept canned food donations for a local food pantry.)
- March 23 at Tidewater Community College, 1428 Cedar Rd
- April 27 at Southgate Shopping Plaza, 2307 Bainbridge Blvd
- September 7 at Sam's Club Western Branch, 2444 Chesapeake Sq Ring Rd
- October 12 at Greenbrier Mall, 1401 Greenbrier Pkwy
- November 16 at Tidewater Community College, 1428 Cedar Rd
Goodwill accepts electronics whether or not they work. They use the Dell Reconnect Program to properly destroy any data or personal information that might be on the electronics you donate. They’ll also take any clothing or homewares that you would normally drop off at one of their stores.
SPSA takes household hazardous waste such as paints, automotive liquids, lawn chemicals, insect repellants, and many other hazardous materials. You can find a complete list of accepted items at SPSA.com. You are limited to 5 liquid gallons and 75 pounds of solid waste per visit.
Shred-It accepts sensitive documents for shredding. A document can be considered sensitive when it contains personal information such as account numbers, social security numbers, health information, etc. You are limited to 3 copy paper boxes or paper grocery bags and they must contain paper only.
Medication, tube TVs, tires, and general trash are not accepts at any of the Chesapeake Recycles Day events. For more information visit www.CityofChesapeake.net/RecyclesDay.