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There will be no trash collection on Thursday December 25th. Collection normally scheduled for Thursday - will be picked up on Saturday December 27, 2014.

Friday December 26th will be a normal collection day for all townhomes.

5 Tips for Becoming a Star Recycler in 2015

As the New Year begins, everyone makes resolutions to become more active, take up a new hobby and see the world. Sometimes you make the leap and achieve great results. Here are five simple tips for the New Year that can make you a star recycler and help the environment.

  • Pick one thing and do it well. Try recycling plastic water bottles! Americans buy over 42 billion plastic water bottles each year. Almost eight out of ten end up in a landfill or incinerator. Recycled plastic can be made into clothing, carpeting and lots of other useful stuff.
  • Be more creative! Recycle your old magazines by using them to make jewelry, hand bags and home décor! Becoming more environmentally friendly isn’t all doom and gloom. Express yourself!
  • Visit new places. The City of Manassas has regular Household Hazardous Waste, Electronic Waste and Shredding events throughout the year. In November, we collected over 20 tons of unwanted materials for recycling in four hours! Make 2015 the year you visit us and join your community in recycling.
  • Let go of the past. Local thrift stores and charities take everything from household items to clothing to books, games and DVDs. If something isn’t really “you” anymore, you can re-gift it to a family in need.
  • Get more exercise. Last year, over 128 volunteers helped make the City cleaner and more enjoyable to visit through Adopt a Street. Many volunteers are walkers who have noticed litter along their route and decided to do something about it. Along the way, they have collected over a ton of litter and recyclable materials just by taking regular walks close to where they live.

The City of Manassas was on Fox News! Check out our Facebook page to have a look at some recycling tips for Christmas!

Trash collection information for holidays and bad weather:

  • Trash Schedule for upcoming holidays: Thanksgiving Day (no service), Christmas Eve (normal service), Christmas Day (no service), New Year's Eve (normal service), New Year's Day (no service.)
  • The make-up day for designated holiday trash is always the Saturday following the holiday. Please call the Trashline 703-257-8252 for holiday schedule changes. (example: Holiday on Tuesday - trash collected on Saturday)
  • In the event of bad weather such as snow and storms, please contact the Trashline 703-257-8252 for additional information or visit the City of Manassas website.

Plastic grocery bags:

  • Did you know you can recycle plastic bags and wraps at local stores? Most people don't know they can recycle plastic bags and wraps at stores.  But today more than 18,000 stores across the United States - from grocery chains like Wegmans to major retailers such as Target and Lowes- collect many types of plastic bags and product wraps for recycling.  We're counting on you to help spread the word and educate City of Manassas residents about taking their plastic bags and product wraps back for recycling. You can recycle plastic bags at Walmart, Giant, Harris Teeter and Food Lion too!  

Yard Waste

Curbside Trash Collection

Recycling Collection

Household Hazardous Waste
Adopt a Street Solid Waste Code Business Recycling Manassas Transfer Station

For more information: Call the Trashline on 703-257-8252

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