County Waste

Safety and customer satisfaction is our #1 priority!

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Fredericksburg
10954 Houser Dr
Fredericksburg, VA 22408

Fax: 540-693-1211
Last Updated: October 10, 2019

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About County Waste

County Waste is an industry leader providing numerous areas and communities with trash, recycling, and construction/demolition removal services operating in several locations serving the majority of Virginia and multiple operations in Eastern Pennsylvania.

More About County Waste

County Waste is an industry leader providing numerous areas and communities with trash, recycling, and construction/demolition removal services operating in several locations serving the majority of Virginia and multiple operations in Eastern Pennsylvania.

Our Virginia terminals include Charlottesville, Culpeper, Fredericksburg, Lynchburg,Richmond (Midlothian and Chester), Roanoke, and West PointOur Pennsylvania terminals include Hazleton, Scranton, Stroudsburg, and Tremont. Our newest venture is operating the Botetourt County Landfill.

We currently service residential customers each week through Homeowner Associations and individual subscription services. County Waste also operates a state permitted Material Recovery Facility’s (MRF) and Transfer Stations located in Virginia: Fredericksburg, Lynchburg, Richmond, West Point and in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania. Our facilities allow us to process nearly 500 tons of recyclable material daily.

We offer a variety of waste programs for commercial/industrial customers by profiling their waste types, organizing, and providing a tailored waste removal plan. All of our plans offer controlled cost through greater efficiency.

Safety and customer satisfaction is our #1 priority . We employ professional maintenance personnel to ensure that our vehicles receive scheduled preventative maintenance and timely repairs. Each one of our terminals has a fully equipped maintenance shop with capabilities to service our trucks and make necessary repairs. The County Waste fleet of trucks have an average age of three years or less.

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