NOTICE: Mulch will be UNAVAILABLE at the I-95 landfill complex until mid-March 2019. A project to repair a concrete pad starts December 12, 2018.
All schools located in Fairfax County are required to collect mixed paper and cardboard separately for recycling. Learn how to set up a recycling program at school. In the meantime, you can take materials to a recycling drop-off center. As always, we encourage everyone to buy recycled products.
Educational Resources for Teachers
Fairfax County solid waste management professionals are available as guest speakers. They can also assist you in setting up a recycling program at your school. Call 703-324-5230, TTY 711 for more information.
Elementary teachers may take their students to see waste management in action on a 45-minute tour of the I-66 Transfer Station Complex, 4618 West Ox Road, Fairfax. The I-66 Transfer Station has an observation window with lots of movement, trash, brush grinding, hazardous waste collection and a recycling drop-off center. Call 703-631-1179, TTY 711 to schedule.
Clean Fairfax Council offers educational workshops and games that are fun, informative and FREE! A description of program topics is provided online. To reserve an activity, call Jennifer Cole at 703-324-5471, TTY 711.