Household Hazardous Waste Facility Page Content The Household Hazardous Waste Facility is a part of the Resource Recovery Center at the City Landfill (pictured). Virginia Beach residents may bring the products listed below to the facility to be disposed of safely and free of charge. Household hazardous waste must be generated in the City of Virginia Beach from the primary residence and delivered in a privately owned non-commercial automobile, station wagon, passenger or minivan, unmodified low-sided pickup truck, or a trailer that is no larger than a pickup truck bed. Proof of Virginia Beach residency must be provided. Disposal is limited to five gallons of liquid or 75 pounds of solid waste per visit. The following items are accepted at the HHW Facility: Cleaning Products: Drain Cleaners Wood & Metal Cleaners/ Polishes Toilet Cleaners Tub, Tile, Shower Cleaners Bleach Pool Chemicals Oven Cleaners Degreasers Indoor Pesticides: Ant Poisons Cockroach Poisons Flea Repellants Household Insecticides Moth Repellants Mouse & Rat Poisons Auotmotive Products: Motor Oil Fuel Additives Carburetor & Fuel Injector Cleaners Air Conditioning Refrigerants Starting Fluids Automotive Batteries Transmission & Brake Fluid Antifreeze Gasoline/Diesel Fuel Outdoor Lawn and Garden: Herbicides Insecticides Wood Preservatives / Fungicides Pesticides Fertilizer Driveway Sealer Batteries (Small quantities used in household applications): Rechargeable Small Sealed Lead Acid Batteries Rechargeable Nickel Cadmium (Ni-Cd) Batteries Rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) Batteries Rechargeable Lithium Ion (Li-ion) Batteries Alkaline / Zinc Carbon Batteries Other Flammable Products: Propane Tanks & Cylinders Lighter Fluid Home Heating Oil Kerosene Aerosol Cans Gas / Oil Mixtures Nail Polish Removers Mercury: Mercury Containing Thermostats Mercury Thermometer Compact Fluorescent Bulbs Workshop/Painting Supplies: Adhesives & Glue Furniture Strippers Oil or Enamel Based Paint Stains & Finishes Paint Thinners & Turpentine Paint Strippers & Removers Photographic Chemicals Fixatives & other Solvents NOTE: Acrylic, Latex, and Oil-based paints can be disposed of in the trash. Allow to dry out first, using paint solidifier, mulch, shredded paper, or kitty litter to dry the paint can. Contact InformationCity of Virginia Beach Landfill(757) 385-1980WasteMgt@VBgov.com Location and Hours 1989 Jake Sears Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23464Tuesday through Saturday7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.