Solid Waste Transfer Station

The Craig County Transfer Station is for use by Craig County Residents and Property Owners ONLY for their waste disposal needs.

Phone: (540) 864-7105

Solid Waste Manager

Cyrus “Artley” Bowman

Items Not Accepted: 

  • Hazardous waste
  • Medical waste
  • Pesticide or herbicide Containers – that are not triple rinsed and crushed
  • Liquid waste, used oil, used antifreeze
  • Mounted tires, fees apply to tires (see attendant)
  • Auto Bodies
  • Brush

 

  • Propane tanks
  • Burning or smoldering waste
  • Wet sludges, contaminated soils
  • Dead animals
  • Regulated asbestos containing materials
  • Demo debris, large quantities of construction debris
  • Drums not emptied and properly cleaned

 

Closed Sunday and Major Holidays

(New Years Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, And Christmas Day)

Inclement Weather – If the Courthouse and County Offices are closed due to inclement weather the transfer station will be closed also.

 

196 Landfill Road Transfer Station

 

Phone # 540.864.7105 

Hours of operation:

8:00-5:30 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

8:00 – 6:00 Friday

8:00 – 4:00 Saturday

ACCEPTABLE ITEMS:

RECYCLING AT 196 LANDFILL ROAD MAIN STATION ONLY

The current items are recycled at the 196 Landfill location:

Mixed paper

Ferrous and non-ferrous metals including white goods (see attendant)

Auto batteries

Simmonsville Satellite Station Route 42

 

Phone # 540.544.5865

Located at 5771 Cumberland Gap Road.  Please note that only bagged household trash is accepted at the Rte. 42 site.

Hours of operation:

8:00-5:30 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

8:00 – 6:00 Friday

8:00 – 4:00 Saturday

ACCEPTABLE ITEMS:

HOUSEHOLD TRASH ONLY

Note: Craig County does not provide curbside pick-up of waste items.  There are several independent haulers in the County that provide this service for a fee.

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