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Waste Management Division
The Waste Management Division of the Public Works Department provides refuse collection once every week for over 60,000 residences in Chesapeake. Over 100,000 tons of refuse is collected annually. The City's Solid Waste is transported to the Southeastern Public Service Authority (SPSA) transfer located on Greenbrier Parkway, or the regional Refuse Derived Fuel Facility located in Portsmouth (SPSA facility locations). For waste collection information and services, call your Chesapeake Customer Contact Center at 757-382-CITY (2489). Chesapeake residents may dispose of residential solid waste at SPSA facilities.
BULK WASTE SERVICE UPDATE
The City has resumed accepting requests for standard bulk waste collection. Residents should place a request for bulk pickup by calling 757-382-CITY or submit online before placing items at the curb. Items currently placed at the curb will not require a pickup request to be submitted, as Public Works will continue to collect these items through the end of this week. As a reminder, construction debris and fencing are not eligible for bulk waste collection. Due to high volume, there may be a short delay in collection during the initial return to normal collection operations. More information on bulk collection, including a link to the online request form and rules on what is eligible for collection is available at www.cityofchesapeake.net/bulk.
SPSA Service Alert
The SPSA Greenbrier Transfer Station has returned to normal weekend operating hours, effective Saturday, May 9. Chesapeake residents may drop off residential household waste and yard waste at the Transfer Station on Saturdays from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Sundays from Noon - 4 p.m., and Mondays from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Battery Disposal Alert
All battery types are prohibited in residential, commercial and industrial recycling streams being processed at TFC Recycling facilities. Do not place batteries of any type in your blue curbside recycling bin, brown curbside standard waste bin, or in any municipal or common area recycling or waste receptacles! Batteries placed into recycling streams have resulted in fires and serious damage to recycling facilities and hardware, and could present serious danger to recycling center staff. Chesapeake residents can safely dispose of batteries at a SPSA Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) facility or during an event where SPSA receives waste items, such as Chesapeake Recycles Day.
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