Suffolk residents take care of business when it comes to peanuts and recycling! Residents enjoy a quaint downtown filled with local shops and family restaurants. Suffolk maybe home to part of the Great Dismal Swamp but nothing is dismal about their recycling efforts! Recycling is every other week and containers are bright blue.
Recycling Perks, The Program
Learn A Bit More About Recycling In Suffolk
Suffolk recycling goes beyond the cart. Check out the City’s recycling page to learn about drop off locations, special recycling events and guidelines for using your blue recycling cart. Recycling is every other week on the same day as trash collection.
Recycling Perks welcomes Suffolk 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 the City of Suffolk.Download
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