Henrico and CVWMA Announce Plan to Provide 90,000 Recycling Carts – February 21, 2023

Henrico County is partnering with the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority and The Recycling Partnership to provide 90,000 county homes with “super can” recycling carts — at no cost to recipients.

The 95-gallon rolling carts will replace smaller, handheld bins currently used at single-family residences in CVWMA’s curbside recycling program. The carts will be delivered over a six-week period beginning May 15.

Each single-family household that is eligible for curbside recycling through CVWMA will receive a cart at no expense. Residents of multifamily communities that participate in the CVWMA program, such as townhouses and condominiums, will continue to use bins.

The $5.7 million cost of the carts is being funded in part by a $1.4 million grant from the nonprofit The Recycling Partnership. Henrico is providing $4.3 million.

00:00 – Welcome
00:05 – Cari Tretina – Chief of Staff to the County Manager
03:41 – Frank Thornton – Fairfield District Supervisor
06:55 – Kimberly Hynes – Executive Director, Central Virginia Waste Management Authority


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