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Current Status of Residential Curbside Recycling
Recycling FAQs
Updated July 11, 2019
 
On July 31, 2018, Tidewater Fibre Corporation (TFC) Recycling exercised the 90-day opt out clause in Norfolk’s recycling contract and notified the City, in writing, that the company would cease recycling collection on November 1, 2018. The City immediately began a process to continue the residential curbside recycling program. TFC has agreed to continue the residential curbside recycling program until a new contract is awarded. Currently, contract negotiations are underway.
 
Recycle right! Place these items in the blue can:
  • Paper and paper products (no pizza boxes)
  • Aluminum and tin
  • Dry milk and juice cartons (no straws)
  • Dry Plastic bottles
  • Dry glass jars and bottles (no lids)