Arlington’s residential trash collection has hit a snag due to problems at the waste processing facility in Alexandria.
In an email to residents this morning, Arlington’s Dept. of Environmental Services says that an electrical problem at the facility is forcing county trash crews to drop off their loads at a more distant facility. That, in turn, is causing delays.
Anyone whose trash is not collected on the scheduled day this week is being told to keep it out for collection the next day.
More from DES:
Potential Service Disruptions: Due to an electrical problem at the trash waste-to-energy processing facility used by the County, residential solid waste will continue to be collected but will have to be transported to a separate facility farther away. This may impact our collection schedules and efficiency.
If your trash cart is not collected on its assigned day, please leave it out for the following day. If it has not been collected by the end of the following day, please submit a missed collection ticket online or call us at 703-228-5000. Visit recycle.arlingtonva.us for updates.
Thank you for your understanding.
Arlington’s municipal trash collection service primarily serves single-family homes in the county, while those who live in apartments and condos have their trash collected by private firms that contract with the property owner or homeowners association.
The county’s yard waste collection service remains suspended due to staffing and trash volume issues caused by the pandemic.
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