Located 15 miles north of Richmond and home of Ashland Street Parties and the Strawberry Faire, Ashland is Recycling Perks’ smallest community, but its big on recycling. Ashland residents joined the Recycling Perks family in January 2013 and are rolling in savings from nearly 200 regional businesses offering them unique discounts for their recycling efforts.
Recycling Perks, The Program
Ashland is the “Center of the Universe”! Residents of the “Best Place to Raise your Kids” in Virginia (2009, Bloomberg Business) get the chance to shop at sweet local businesses and help save the planet by recycling every other week. Ashland may be small but it’s big on recycling!
Ashland is part of the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority so Ashland residents can find much-needed waste and recycling information on the CVWMA-Ashland page. Recycling in Ashland is every other Monday. If you need a reminder emailed to you about recycling collection day, use the collection reminder tool found in your Recycling Perks My Account page.
Recycling carts are GREEN and trash carts are GRAY.
Recycling Perks welcomes Ashland businesses to participate in the rewards program by offering a discount to local recyclers. The program is free for businesses to participate and more information can be found by clicking here.
KNOW WHAT IS RECYCLABLE IN YOUR CITY
Download this helpful guide to better understand the rules of recycling with Central Virginia Waste Management Authority.Download
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