Public Convenience Center

We now accept PLASTIC #1 & #2 but aren't taking clamshell style plastic currently.

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. For your convenience, the center is now open six days a week. Below you find a list of acceptable items.


  • Aluminum cans
  • Pie tins
  • Siding


  • Catalogues
  • Magazines
  • Slicks and ads


  • Corrugated and paperboard
  • No wax-coated cardboard allowed
  • No cardboard with food debris allowed


  • Recycling of #1 and #2 plastic starts Thursday, September 1, 2022. Please rinse out plastics before recycling. 
  • We do not accept "clamshell" style plastic at this time even if #1 & #2.

Egg Cartons

  • Dozen size only
  • Undamaged will be donated to Blue Ridge Area Food Bank

Scrap Paper

  • Art / construction paper
  • Computer paper
  • Envelopes
  • Junk mail
Fluorescent Light Bulbs
  • We no longer accept Flourescent Light Bulbs due to the high cost of disposal.



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


  • Tin