We offer all of our services to both residential and commercial properties, however, there are some differences between how the two are handled. Commercial entities may purchase compost, participate in our paint exchange program, use the landfill, and recycle items like batteries and electronics. Commercial entities can bring car batteries to the landfill for free. Additionally, businesses can bring in an appliance with a certificate of evacuation free of charge. If you don’t have a certificate of evacuation for your business appliance, WCSW will still accept it with a fee of $35. If you want to recycle your commercial electronics, like computers and laptops, there are a couple of options such as TAMS Solutions or Metech.
All commercial haulers must supply their own safety vests and hard hats and they must be worn at the working face. Commercial haulers must pay double the current regular tipping fee per ton for uncovered loads.
Small businesses that meet the “conditionally exempt small quantity generators” criteria, meaning they produce less than 220 lbs. per month, can drop off their paint for a fee of $3 per gallon. See here for more information on the exchange program.
Businesses may bring in their waste to the Central Transfer Station and the Virgin Transfer Station. The charge is $5 per cubic yard. Each load will be measured to determine the yardage.
The money collected from your recycling is given 100% back to the cities and towns that make up Washington County for community enhancement projects.Contact Us