Residential Materials: G - L
This page contains items for recycling or disposal that start with the letters "G - L". For a full listing, see the Index of Residential Materials.
- Gas Grills without tank - Take to White Goods/Metal Recycling Area of the I-66 Transfer Station or I-95 Landfill Complex.
- Gas Propane Tanks - Small tanks, such as those used on gas grills (up to 20 pounds), can be taken to the White Goods/Metal Recycling Area of the I-66 Transfer Station or I-95 Landfill Complex. Larger tanks must be returned to supplier.
- Gas Tank from Car - Must be empty and cut in half. Take to White Goods/Metal Recycling area of the I-66 or I-95 Recycling and Disposal Center.
- Gasoline/Gasoline-Oil Mixture (See Chemicals, Fuel.)
- Grass/Leaves/Plant Trimmings. (See Yard Waste.)
- Grocery Bags - Take plastic bags to neighborhood grocery store that has a plastic bag recycling collection container. Paper bags can be recycled with mixed paper at the curb.
- Hazardous Waste
- Helium Tank - Small thin-metaled tanks accepted at the White Goods/Metal Recycling Area of the I-66 Transfer Station or I-95 Landfill Complex. Larger tanks should be returned to supplier.
- Inert Materials (Noncombustible) - Asphalt, Brick, Cement, Ceramic, Cinder Block, Concrete, Dirt, Drywall, Marble, Porcelain, Rock, Slate. Only a small amount may be taken to the I-66 Transfer Station in Fairfax. Larger amounts should be taken to the I-95 Landfill Complex in Lorton.
- Ink (See Printer Cartridges.)
- Inks and Dyes - Take to a Household Hazardous Waste Site. If container is empty, it can be disposed of in the trash.
- Junk Mail (See Mixed Paper.)
- Kerosene (See Chemicals, Fuel.)
- Kitty Litter (See Animal Waste.)
- Laser Cartridges (See Printer Cartridges.)
- Lawn Mower (See Scrap Metal.)
- Leaves (See Yard Waste.)
- Lumber (See Wood & Lumber.)
Materials for Recycling or Disposal