Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling Your Daily Waste

The Region 2000 Services Authority encourages Recycling!

Thank you for doing your part in reducing, reusing, and recycling your daily waste - we cannot do it without you!

Recycling Centers have been made available in each locality throughout Region 2000. Listed below is information and links that will guide you in determining your nearest recycling drop-off location for those localities that are members of the Region 2000 Services Authority

Drink & Food Cans

How to Prepare

Rinse & Crush


  • Labels are OK to leave on can
  • This includes aluminum and steel/tin cans 

Newspaper & Inserts

How to Prepare

All newspaper inserts are OK

Mixed Paper

How to Prepare

Flatten all boxes


  • All paper products accepted (no wax paper)
  • Food & detergent boxes are accepted when uncontaminated with food or oil
  • Windowed envelopes and staples are OK

Plastic Bottles & Jugs

How to Prepare

Remove lids and discard in household trash

Rinse and crush


  • Recycle #1 - #7 (e.g. soft drink bottles, milk jugs, and detergent bottles of any color)

Corrugated Cardboard

How to Prepare

Flatten all boxes


  • Corrugated boxes have a "wavy" layer of cardboard inbetween two other layers of cardboard

Container Glass

How to Prepare

Remove lid


  • Not recycled in Lynchburg or Campbell County
  • All colors of glass bottles and jars can be recycled


Items listed below typically are not accepted at recycling drop-off centers but may be accepted at local recycling facilities.

  • Cookware
  • Used Aluminum Foil
  • Scrap Metal
  • Plastic bags
  • Plastic Boxes
  • String
  • Styrofoam
  • Medicine Bottles
  • Clothing
  • Batteries
  • Ceramics
  • Glassware
  • Light Bulbs
  • Mattresses
  • Packing Peanuts


Incorrect material and/or trash placed in recycling bins may cause contamination and cause the entire bin to be emptied into the Regional Landfill.


Additional Information

Discover More About Recycling
Residential Guidelines
Learn more about Region 2000 residential guidelines for the Livestock Road Regional Landfill and the Common Residential Waste Materials.

Hazardous Waste Materials?

Have hazardous or electric waste? Learn more about the proper way to handle it.


Have questions? Contact us today to learn more.