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You can either purchase a green CVWMA recycling bin or use one of your own bins. If you choose to use one of your own bins, make sure they are less than 40 gallons and there is no lid. We have large recycling stickers that are available free of charge.
If you choose to purchase a green CVMWA recycling bin, you can order one through CVWMA (click here). There are two sizes available for purchase, a large 96-gallon cart with wheels or a standard 24-gallon bin. Please note that it may take a couple weeks to receive your new bin.
If you are moving into a new home in an existing subdivision that participates in the curbside program, you will need to do the following:
First, contact your HOA and determine if this is a feasible option for your subdivision. Depending on how your bylaws are set up, you may need to hold a meeting or send out a notification, to get consensus on initiating this program and charging residents for the service. The County bills each HOA according to the number of households in the subdivision, regardless if certain households do not wish to participate in the program. The current cost is $40/household/year. If your subdivision would like to begin curbside service, the next enrollment period begins in April for the next fiscal year (starting July 1). The County will send out bills annually, and the HOAs must pay at least three months in advance of renewing the curbside service. Payments received by the County will be transmitted to the CVWMA.
Drop-off facilities are available for recycling if you do not reside in a subdivision. The closest oneto eastern and central Goochland is located at 1908 Hidden Rock Lane, Maidens, VA 23102. Curbside recycling may be available on a case-by-case basis to those residents located outside of a subdivision.
Please visit the CVWMA website for more information on curbside recycling, such as acceptable items and collection schedule.
For missed collections, please call the CVWMA hotline at (804) 340-0900.