Loudoun County will offer a third temporary trash drop-off service Saturday, December 17, 2022, for Loudoun residents who were customers of Haulin’ Trash. At this time, the county has not scheduled any additional trash drop-off events as residents should have been able to procure new curbside trash service. In the event that a resident has not been able to procure new curbside trash service, the county’s landfill provides residential trash services six days per week. More information about the county’s landfill services is included below.
The county planned to host trash drop-off events over three weekends following the unexpected closure of Haulin’ Trash. The company previously announced it ended operations in northern Virginia on December 1, leaving hundreds of customers suddenly without service, including residents in the eastern part of Loudoun County.
When and Where to Drop Off Trash
On Saturday, December 17, 2022, residents may drop off household and yard waste at Park View High School, located at 400 W. Laurel Avenue in Sterling. The drop-off site will be located in a parking lot adjacent to the school’s ballfields. The drop-off site will be open 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
What is Accepted
The temporary drop-off site will accept regular household and yard waste. Bulk waste, such as furniture, electronics and other large items, will not be accepted. Commercial waste also will not be accepted.
Recyclable materials should continue to be dropped off at the existing Sterling Park Community Recycling Center, which is also located at Park View High School. Please note that trash is not accepted at recycling centers. More information about the county’s recycling centers is posted at loudoun.gov/recycle.
Any former Loudoun customers of Haulin’ Trash who would like to drop off trash at the temporary site will be charged a fee of $7 for 10 bags of household and yard waste. Cash only will be accepted.
Residents may also choose to drop off waste and recyclables at the county’s landfill, located at 21101 Evergreen Mills Road in Leesburg. The landfill is open Monday through Saturday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. More information about the county’s landfill services is posted at loudoun.gov/landfill.
Trash Service Providers
While Loudoun County has offered emergency relief for residents who are impacted by the abrupt closure of Haulin’ Trash, the county does not provide trash hauling services. Residents and homeowner associations are responsible for procuring curbside trash hauling services. Information about trash service providers is posted on the county’s website at loudoun.gov/trashserviceproviders.
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