Convenience Centers

Holiday Closing - Monday, July 4

Both convenience centers will be closed on Monday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day.


There are two convenience centers in Chesterfield County: the Northern Area Convenience Center (NACC) at 3200 Warbro Road in Midlothian, and the Southern Area Convenience Center (SACC) at 6700 Landfill Drive in Chester.

Payment Methods

Credit cards, debit cards and cash are now being accepted at both the Northern Area and Southern Area Convenience Centers.


All fees are payable by:

  • Cash
  • Credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover)
  • We no longer accept checks for payment

Customer Value Cards (CVCs) will no longer be offered. Cards without expiration dates will be honored until all visits are used.

Customer Assistance

If you are not able to unload your material, please ask the attendant on site and they will coordinate staff to assist.

  1. Accepted Items
  2. Items Not Accepted
  3. Recycling

Questions About Acceptability

This list is provided only as a guide to help our customers and should not be considered complete. Questions regarding the acceptability of a particular waste should be directed to the attendant on site or by contacting customer service via email or by calling 804-748-1297.

Due to safety concerns, power take-off (PTO) dump units are prohibited at the Northern Area Convenience Center. 

No PTO dump units are to be activated in the disposal bays at the Southern Area Convenience Center. No dump trucks are allowed at either convenience center.

Appliances, Freon

A $15 fee per item. Items include:

  • Air conditioner
  • Dehumidifier
  • Freezer (remove all food waste)
  • Refrigerator (remove all food waste)

Appliances, Non Freon

A $10 fee per item. Items include:

  • Dishwasher
  • Dryer
  • Furnace or boiler
  • Hot water heater
  • Microwave (no fee)
  • Stove
  • Trash compactor (residential)
  • Washer

Construction & Demolition Debris

Contractors working at county residences may bring in construction and demolition debris from one residential property per visit. No asbestos, lead, chemicals or paint are allowed. A driver’s license and proof of residential work site (utility bill or building permit for example) shall be made available upon request. The fees, applicable to both citizens and contractors, are:

  • 1 pickup truck load: $15
  • 1 pickup truck load with trailer load shorter than 10 feet: $30
  • No dedicated loads of asphalt and concrete

Grills & Propane Tanks

Items allowed include:

  • Grills
  • Propane tanks: 1 pound, 20 pound (grill size) and 40 pound (camper size)

Household Hazardous Chemicals

The disposal fee is free. No contractor chemicals allowed. Residential items allowed include:

  • Acids
  • Aerosol cans
  • Antifreeze - 10 gallon limit
  • Auto batteries
  • Compact fluorescent light bulbs, up to 5 per household
  • Fluorescent light tubes, up to 5 per household
  • Gasoline, 10-gallon limit
  • Oil filters
  • Paints (see paint disposal tab for additional information)
  • Pesticides
  • Solvents
  • Thermostats
  • Used oil, 10 gallon limit


The fee for lawnmower disposal is $7. There is no additional fee if brought in with residential household waste. All gasoline and oil need to be removed prior to drop off. Riding lawnmowers are required to have the battery removed prior to disposal.


The disposal fee is $7. There is an annual limit of three mattress sets.

Residential Trash & Vegetative Debris

Items allowed include:

  • Brush
  • Electronics and televisions (see recycling tab for additional information)
  • Furniture
  • Grass
  • Household trash
  • Leaves
  • Other yard waste
  • Small limbs
  • Timber less than 16 inches in diameter and 8 feet long

The disposal fees are:

  • 1 pickup truck load: $7
  • 1 pickup truck load with a 10 foot or smaller trailer load: $14
  • All standard pickup trucks and trailers with sideboards greater than 2 feet will be charged a minimum of $14
  • 1 Pickup truck load with a trailer load longer than 10 feet and shorter than 20 feet: $21
  • All enclosed leaf vacuum trucks or trailers with leaf boxes less than 10 feet in length will be charged a minimum of $14
  • All enclosed leaf vacuum trailers with boxes greater than 10 feet in length will be charged a minimum of $28

Trucks larger than standard pickup trucks, including moving vans, roll backs and small dump trucks will be charged accordingly. Bagged leaves and wood chips are to be disposed of in the municipal solid waste (MSW) containers.


There is a limit of 5 tires. Over-sized tires are not accepted. The disposal fees are:

  • Off-rim tire: $2 each
  • On-rim tire: $5 each

Latex Paint Disposal 

To protect the environment and reduce cost, the Chesterfield County Waste And Resource Recovery (WARR) division has developed a new latex paint disposal process, and your help is needed to make it work!

Latex paint is not hazardous and can be safely disposed of in the trash once it is solid. Please follow the instructions below to solidify your latex paint.

  1. Remove and discard the paint lid.
  2. Make sure the paint can is half full or less (if the can is more than half full, pour excess into another container, like an empty coffee can).
  3. Add kitty litter, mulch, sawdust or paint hardener to the latex paint can. Safely stir the mixture together and allow it to harden. If liquid remains, add more solid material to the latex paint can.
  4. Allow the paint to dry in a ventilated area. Once latex paint has hardened, discard in trash or bring to a convenience center for free disposal.

Oil-Based Paint Disposal

Oil-based paint is considered hazardous in liquid form and cannot be disposed of in the trash. Oil-based paint will be accepted at special events to be held at the convenience centers.

Events will be held periodically for Chesterfield County residents to dispose of up to 5 gallons of oil-based paint liquid per household at no charge. Event information will be included on the county calendar

Oil-Based Paint Disposal Event

The next oil-based paint disposal event will be Friday, Sep. 9, 2022, from 8-11 a.m. at both the Northern and Southern Area Convenience Centers. Residents may dispose of up to 5 gallons of oil-based paint liquid per household at no charge.