Yes. However, if a paint can has even a drop of wet paint, then there is a charge. See landfill rates. If it is completely dry, then it is free.
We do accept paint can for free during Household Hazardous Waste Day.
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Yes. Louisa County Landfill Tipping Fees for tires are:
Tires 21” or less in diameter off the rim $2.50 each
Tires 22” or greater in diameter off the rim $5.00 each
Tires 21” or less in diameter on the rim $7.00 each
Tires 22” or greater in diameter on the rim $20.00 each
*Please see the Louisa County Sanitary Landfill webpage to ensure accurate tipping fees and for more information.
Use our Facilities page to see a list of County locations. You may filter to the Solid Waste & Recycling category, then switch to the Map view.
Yes. Please see landfill rates.
Yes, you can bring white goods including refrigerators, freezers, washers, dryers, dehumidifiers, microwaves, AC units, ovens and other large appliances to the landfill. Please see landfill rates.
Household Hazardous Waste Day is held twice a year in April & October. Check information, including hours, when the biannual event is posted to the General Services/Solid Waste & Recycling calendar.
Accepted Items Include: Household Poisons, Pesticides, Fertilizers, Gasoline, Antifreeze, Dry Cell Batteries, Paints, Latex and Oil Based, Kerosene, Solvents, Fluorescent Bulbs
Electronic Waste Accepted Includes: Computers, TV’s, Printers, Cell Phones, Stereo Equipment