Recycle all your “E” and more at Richmond E-Cycle Day

Recycle all your “E” and more at Richmond E-Cycle Day

If you have old electronics that need to leave the house or documents that need shredding head to Robin Hood Road.

WHO: Department of Public Works

WHAT: Richmond E-Cycle Day

  • Document Shredding
    • Up to five (5) boxes of documents. Be sure to remove all binders, staples and clips
  • Electronics (various fees apply) o
    • Computer systems (hard drive or CPU) and accessories (cables, wires, keyboards, mice, speakers, etc.) VCRs, camcorders, stereos and all phones o Televisions, computer monitors and printers
  • Biodegradable Lawn and Leaf Bag Give-Away (proof of residency is required)
    • City residents will be given five (5) bags for leaf disposal, while supplies last
  • Recycle Bins
    • Clean up and drop off your small curbside recycle bins for reuse in city schools
  • Pesticides, Herbicides and Oil-based Paints
    • Bug spray, rodent poison and herbicides (Roundup, Weed B Gon etc.)
    • Latex and water based paints will not be collected. These items can be left in open paint cans until they have dried out and then put in with regular curbside trash pick-up.
  • Note: Our next event, Bring One for the Chipper, is scheduled for January 11, 2020.

WHEN: Saturday, September 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

WHERE: 1710 Robin Hood Road (northeast corner of Robin Hood Road and North Arthur Ashe Boulevard)

BACKGROUND: The City of Richmond’s E-Cycle Day offers City residents an efficient option to recycle electronics and paper, and to help keep hazardous waste materials out of city waterways, streams and rivers. This free event is available to city residents – proof of residency is required. For more information on recycling, please visit us online at or email us at [email protected]



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