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Residential Waste Disposal

Norfolk Transfer Station

I.          Residents of SPSA’s Norfolk transfer station service area may receive free disposal of their household waste only if the following conditions are met.

 A.        Proof of Norfolk residency. (i.e. Drivers license).

 B.        All household waste, bagged or unbagged, including furniture, mattresses and appliances that have a freon certification sticker are acceptable. 

 C.         Yard waste, which includes grass, leaves, etc., that is delivered to Norfolk transfer station must be contained in clear plastic bags that are tied shut. Limbs, branches and brush need not be bagged, but must be less than six feet in length and not greater than 6” in diameter.

 D.        Solid waste must be delivered in one of the following “private vehicles:

Unmarked and unmodified automobile, station wagon, passenger van, sport utility vehicle, low sided, unmarked and unmodified pickup truck (1 ton or less). 

Waste must be delivered to Norfolk transfer station on Saturdays between the hours of 8:00am – 4:00pm. Sundays between the hours of 12:00pm – 4:00pm

 E.          Utility trailer, less than eight feet in length being towed by one of the above-mentioned vehicles.

 
F.         Waste delivered to Norfolk transfer station that does not meet the above conditions will be charged the prevailing disposal fee, with a minimum fee
of $20.00.


  II.       
The following waste types are not eligible for free disposal at Norfolk transfer station:

Waste delivered in pickups larger than 1 ton, commercial vehicles, rental trucks, vehicles licensed outside of SPSA’s service area, or any vehicle deemed solely by SPSA’s judgment to be used or usable for commercial business are not allowed free disposal privileges.

Waste delivered Monday through Friday are not allowed free disposal privileges.


 III.       Residents must use a private vehicle as defined above and may dispose of all the waste types described above (free of charge).

 IV.       SPSA’s Residential Waste Disposal Policy for Norfolk transfer station is designed to ensure that residents of Norfolk transfer station service area continue to receive safe and efficient disposal opportunities.

 V.         Residents must adhere to all SPSA policies and procedures while on SPSA property and failure to do so may result in loss of privileges to use SPSA’s facilities.

Please direct questions concerning this policy to (757) 961-3981
 

All Other Transfer Stations

FOR FRANKLIN, ISLE OF WIGHT, SUFFOLK, CHESAPEAKE, LANDSTOWN, TRANSFER STATIONS, WHEELABRATOR RDF AND SPSA LANDFILL

 I.          Residents of SPSA’s Service Area may receive free disposal of their household waste only if the following conditions are met.

 A.        Proof of residency within the SPSA Service Area. (Driver’s license, for example, or an Active Duty Military ID card).

 B.        All household waste, bagged or un-bagged, including furniture, mattresses and appliances that have a Freon-free certification sticker are acceptable.  

 C.         Yard waste, which includes grass, leaves, limbs, etc., may be delivered to a SPSA transfer station.  However, limbs, branches and brush  must be less than six feet in length and not greater than 6” in diameter.

 D.        Solid waste must be delivered in one of the following “private vehicles”.

Unmarked and unmodified [for example, but not limited to, having no business decals/markings or no equipment racks (such as pipe or ladder racks or similar modifications)] automobile, station wagon, passenger van, sport utility vehicle, low-sided pickup truck (350 size or smaller) or similar vehicles.

 E.         Utility trailer, less than eight feet in length which is being towed by one of the above-mentioned private vehicles.


 F.         Waste delivered to a SPSA transfer station that does not meet the above conditions will be charged the prevailing disposal fee, with a minimum fee of $20.00.

 II.        The following waste types are not eligible for free disposal at SPSA transfer station.

Waste delivered in pickups larger than a 350 size, commercial vehicles, rental trucks, vehicles licensed outside of SPSA’s service area, marked and modified vehicles or any vehicle deemed solely by SPSA’s judgment to be used or usable for commercial business are not allowed free disposal privileges.

 III.       Residents must use a “private” vehicle as defined above in I. D. and then may dispose of all the waste types described above.

 IV.       SPSA’s Residential Waste Disposal Guidelines are designed to ensure that residents of the SPSA service area continue to receive safe and efficient disposal opportunities.

 V.         Residents must adhere to all SPSA guidelines, policies and procedures while on SPSA property.  Failure to do so may result in loss of privileges to use SPSA’s facilities.

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) cannot be disposed of at the transfer stations except during approved times.  Please check with the transfer station before making a trip to be sure the waste can be accepted or check at the SPSA website.  HHW can be taken directly to the HHW Collection Facility at the landfill in Suffolk on Tuesdays through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. at no charge to the resident.  Tires should be delivered to the SPSA regional landfill tire shredder during the same hours as above.  SPSA does not accept any “commercial” hazardous waste material or regulated medical waste at any SPSA location.  NOTE:  The Norfolk Transfer Station has a separate residential policy .  No residential waste is accepted at the Oceana Transfer Station.

 

 
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We only accept VISA, MASTERCARD AND DISCOVER CARDS.

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