Virginia Peninsulas Public Service Authority (VPPSA) operates the county’s recycling facilities. Recycling facilities are available at each of the county’s Convenience Centers and the Tranfser Station. Paper items that can be recycled include newspapers, corrugated cardboard boxes, brown paper bags, magazines, catalogs, telephone books, junk mail, school and office paper and paper boxes such as cereal and shoe boxes. Other household containers that can be recycled include glass bottles and jars, metal food and beverage cans, aluminum foil, empty and dry metal paint cans, empty metal aerosol cans, soda bottles, milk jugs, laundry detergent bottles and other plastic containers marked with #1 and #2 with the recycle logo on the bottom of the container. The table below shows items that are accepted or not accepted at each of VPPSA’s sites. For further information on recycling in King William County, please contact the King William Litter Prevention Office at 769-3011.

Epworth Landfill VFW Road Transfer Station
Residential waste A A A A
Tires N A N A
Oil & antifreeze (non commercial) N N A A
White goods (home appliances) A A A N
Large loads of brush N N N N
Small animal carcasses (double-bagged & inform attendant of contents) A A A A
Household medical waste (in puncture resistant containers) A A A A
Used auto batteries N N A A
Construction waste* N N N A
Agriculture pesticide containers (triple rinced & crushed) N N N A
Corrogated cardboard & agricultural plastics N N N A
Furniture & mattresses* N N N A

A=Accepted N= Not accepted
* No materials greater than 4 feet in length will be accepted

TV Recycling

Computer Recycling

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Solid Waste Disposal

King William County participates in a regional solid waste management plan operated by the Virginia Peninsulas Public Service Authority (VPPSA). Convenience centers are open at the following locations:

“* No materials greater than 4 feet in length will be accepted”, “tire disposal of no more than four at a time per resident in the tire disposal container and that large tires need to be cut in 1/2 and then can be placed in the household waste container, but not larger than a pickup truck load”.

King William Transfer Station
57 Recycle Road 769-0395
Monday, Wednesday – Sunday
9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

VFW Road Convenience Center
1091 VFW Road 843-4237
Monday, Wednesday, Friday – Sunday
7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Tuesday & Thursday

Landfill Convenience Center
24562 King William Road 769-3963

Monday, Tuesday, Friday & Saturday
7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

    Sunday, Wednesday & Thursday 

Epworth Convenience Center
984 Epworth Road 769-4808
Tuesday, Friday – Sunday
7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 

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