Recycling

Public Convenience Center
The City of Waynesboro has a voluntary drop off program for recyclable items at our Public Convenience Center located off of Delphine Avenue and Sixth Street. The recycling program diverts about 26% of residential, commercial, and industrial products that would have otherwise gone into the landfill. Recycling can reduce, by 75%, the amount of trash that residents have to throw away. For your convenience, the center is now open six days a week. Below you find a list of acceptable items.
Aluminum
  • Aluminum cans
  • Pie tins
  • Siding
Cardboard
  • Corrugated and paper board
  • No wax-coated cardboard allowed
  • No cardboard with food debris allowed
Egg Cartons
  • Dozen size only
  • Undamaged will be donated to Blue Ridge Area Food Bank
Florescent Light Bulbs

Glass
  • Brown glass
  • Clear glass
  • Green glass
  • Food and drink containers only

Metal
  • Tin
Newspaper
  • Catalogues
  • Magazines
  • Slicks and ads
Plastics
  • Grades 1-7
  • No plastic grocery bags allowed
Scrap Paper
  • Art paper
  • Computer paper
  • Construction paper
  • Envelopes
  • Junk mail
Used Antifreeze

Used Motor Oil