PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) - Curbside recycling is coming to Portsmouth. The City is launching its recycling program August 19.
Residents are invited to a "Meet the Driver" kick-off event on July 10 at Bide-A-Wee Pavilion from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m., where they will get the chance to see the new trucks, meet the drivers and get any questions they have about the new program answered.
The new program will include bi-weekly residential collections and will be provided at no additional charge.
The City's recycling cart vendor, Otto Environmental Systems North America, Inc., will distribute the 95-gallon blue recycling carts to city residences between July 15 and August 8.
For more information, contact the Recycling Coordinator at 393-8663, ext. 7369.
Portsmouth is the last of the seven Hampton Roads cities to adopt curbside recycling.
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