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As long as you are a resident of a SPSA community and meet the Residential Waste Disposal Guidelines, disposal is free for the first 12 visits in a calendar year. Resident’s not meeting those guidelines, or who exceed the maximum of 12 visits, will pay a minimum fee of $20 or the Non-Contract Non-Municipal customer rate. For the current rates please see the tipping fee schedule.

To view the hours of operation for our various locations please visit the “Our Locations tab at the top of the home page.

To view the residential waste disposal guidelines for Norfolk click here. For all other locations guidelines please click here.

Appliances containing Chlorinated Fluorocarbons (CFC’s) or other restricted chemicals
Hazardous wastes
Large animal carcasses
Liquids
Slaughterhouse waste
Unapproved industrial process waste
Cable, wire, rope, etc over six feet in length
Rigid items over six feet in length
Closed drums
Unapproved loads of paint cans
Unapproved loads of drums
Material containing friable asbestos
PCB wastes
Regulated medical wastes
Lead acid batteries

The following types of waste are unacceptable at SPSA’s Transfer Stations, but may be accepted at the Regional Landfill. Some of these items may require prior approval. Please contact the Regional Landfill at 757-961-3683 to coordinate disposal prior to your arrival:
Animal carcasses
Dust (i.e. sawdust, sanding dust)
Industrial process waste (i.e. ash, contaminated soil, process residue)
Large tree trunks and stumps
Heavy construction rubble (i.e. large broken concrete, solid loads of earth, sand or gravel, timbers in excess of 4×4 and/or over six feet in length, re-bar and structural steel over six feet in length)
Automotive tires over four per load
Boats
Camper Trailers
Earthmover and agricultural equipment tires
Loads of paint cans
Loads of drums

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