Residential Usage Guidelines

Region 2000 Livestock Road Regional Landfill 


City of Lynchburg and Campbell County Residents: 

Residents of the City of Lynchburg and Campbell County may bring up to 500 pounds of residential household waste per calendar month to the Livestock Road Regional Landfill for free with no limit on the number of trips.

Should a resident exceed the 500 pound limit in a single calendar month, there will be a charge of $0.40 for every 20 pounds over the 500 pound limit.  

Residents will be asked to verify their city or county residency with a valid driver’s license or current utility bill (within the last two months).

      Special Notes:

     The Livestock Road Regional Landfill and Concord Turnpike Convenience Center only accept
     CASH or CHECK as forms of payment.

     City of Lynchburg residents are encouraged to bring their residential household waste to the
     Concord Turnpike Convenience Center.  The same unlimited trips, up to 500 pounds, per
     calendar month guidelines apply. 

     Campbell County residents are encouraged to use the Campbell County Landfill Center located
     on Livestock Road (across the street from the livestock market) or any of the rural transfer sites 
     for disposing of residential household waste.  

     Campbell County residents must bring all large items such as appliances, mattresses, furniture,
     tires and brush to the 
Campbell County Landfill Center.  

     According to Campbell County Code, shingles and dead animals must be taken to the Livestock
     Road 
Regional Landfill and residents will be charged the commercial tipping rate fee

     Campbell County residents may find more information about residential household waste
     disposal 
online by visiting Campbell County Waste Management & Recycling

Appomattox County and Nelson County Residents:

Residents of these communities should continue to use the transfer stations or convenience centers established throughout their community.  For more information on residential household waste disposal in either of one these communities, select the desired County from the following list:

     Appomattox County

     Nelson County

 

Guidelines for Common Residential Waste Materials


BRUSH:

Any brush brought to the Livestock Road Regional Landfill will be charged at the commercial tipping rate fee. The free 500 pound per calendar month guideline does not apply to brush brought to the Livestock Road Regional Landfill. 

Unlimited separated loads of brush (no stumps) will be accepted with no limits placed on the number of trips or weight only at the following locations:

For residents of the City of Lynchburg - Concord Turnpike Convenience Center

For residents of Campbell County - Campbell County Landfill Center

BULKY WASTE (furniture, household appliances, carpet, etc.):

Unlimited separated loads of any bulky waste will be accepted at the Livestock Road Regional Landfill.

       The Concord Turnpike Convenience Center will not accept any household appliances. 
       (e.g.: ranges, wall ovens, dishwashers, air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers, or any
       appliance containing Freon)

INERT MATERIAL:

Unlimited separated loads of inert materials such as clean dirt, brick, block, and concrete without rebar are accepted free of charge only at the Livestock Road Regional Landfill.

Concord Turnpike Convenicence Center will not accept any loads of inert materials.  

Inert materials must be fragmented into pieces less than one cubic foot and brought in separate loads, meaning that it cannot be mixed with other household waste.

Note: The scale house operator must be notified of any loads of inert material.  The loads will be inspected to qualify as free disposal.  If the load of inert material is found to be unacceptable (e.g. mixed with other household waste) the load will be weighed and charged the commercial tipping rate fee.

TIRES:

Tires are accepted at the Region 2000 Livestock Road Regional Landfill for rim sizes under 23" and are charged as noted below.  

          15" rim size or less - $2 charge per tire
          15.5" rim  size to 22.5" - $4 charge per tire

          Note: Any tire with a rim size over 23" will not be accepted.

Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Disposal


Household hazardous waste such as used oil, oil-based paints, brake fluids, etc., should be brought to the Concord Turnpike Convenience Center during household hazardous waste collection days. Further information on the guidlines for disposal of household hazardous waste can be found by visiting Household Hazardous Waste.  We thank you for doing your part to help keep toxic materials out of the landfill and sewer systems.

Recycling


Local information on recycling can be found by visiting Residential Recycling.

Questions? Contact


Email: Region 2000 Services Authority

Phone: (434) 455 - 6086

Contact Us

building-3-64x64 Address: 361 Livestock Road
                      Rustburg, VA 24588

     Office Hours: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
                           (closed major holidays)

  • Phone: (434) 455 - 6086
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