Recycling used items is a great way to contribute back into our area. It can help keep prices lower for some items, and helps the landfill from overwhelming nature.
Zip-A-Dee Services is committed to offering recycling you can see and know that your efforts are making a difference. We do not charge for metal* or electronics!
For glass recyclables, please be sure there is no liquid remaining. It's best to also remove any plastic labels and tops.
For plastic recyclables, please be sure there are no liquid in the bottles. Any food residue can contaminate the batch!
For Aluminum recycling, please be sure to rinse any food away, and leave no liquid in the cans.
Zip-A-Dee partners with Blue Ridge Hospice Electronics Recycling (Front Royal) to take any used electronics and metal to be properly recycled.
Blue Ridge Hospice electronics recycling experts will wipe your hard drive clean, so all your personal files and information will be deleted.
If you have any other questions, please call them directly at (540) 313-9284.
Computers and Laptops
Keyboards and Mice
Servers and Mainframes
Routers, Hubs, Switches, and Cisco Equipment
Tape Drives and Hard Drives
Printers and Copiers
Cell Phones, Smart Phones, PDAs, and Tablets
Electronics that are NOT recycled:
And Metal that is now accepted:
Old lawn chairs
If you are unsure, message us!
We are also working with Battle Creek Landfill of Page County to offer recycling of glass bottles, plastic bottles, and aluminum.
There is more info on how to recycle here: http://www.pagecounty.virginia.gov/DocumentCenter/View/2232/No-Contaminated-Recycling-Flyer
What to expect when you sign up for recycling:
Aluminum recycling goes in their individual container or bag.
Glass recycling goes in their individual container or bag.
Plastic bottles/containers go in their individual container/bag.
Electronics and large metal recyclables: send us a message before we pick it up!
Boxes and papers are not recycled at this time, but we ask that the boxes are broken down to remove them.
*We will charge to remove large items, but not basic household metal items like pots and pans, folding chairs, old shovels, etc.