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Welcome to our July 2020 Newsletter

COVID-19 and CVWMA Collections
A Message from Our Executive Director 

COVID-19 continues to change how we live our lives, the removal of trash and recyclables remains essential services for public health and safety. Our residential trash and recycling collections remain on regular schedule.

As we move into Phase 3, let's keep the recycling momentum going. We ask you to recycle right. Contamination (placing items we do not accept in recycling containers) continues to be a problem. We encourage you to visit our website to review what items are accepted in our residential (curbside) recycling and drop-off recycling programs, as well as those items that are not accepted as recycling programs vary throughout the states as well as nationally. 

Below you will find collection updates and upcoming member locality special collection events. We continue to follow local and CDC guidelines. 

Kim Hynes, Executive Director

CVWMA Collection Updates 

CVWMA's Strategic Plan and Moving Forward 

Using our Strategic Plan: Fiscal Years 2017-2020 as our road map, the Authority continues to make social, economic and environmental advances in the region. A final report was shared with members of the CVWMA Board of Director on Friday June 26,2020.

As we move forward, the authority will continue to foster regional collaboration, to promote planning, resources and education to reduce, reuse, recycle and manage solid waste for our thirteen jurisdictions.

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Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA) is a public service authority that implements solid waste management and recycling programs for 13 local governments.
Mission: Fostering regional collaboration to provide planning, resources, and education in order to reduce, reuse, recycle and manage solid waste for our 13 jurisdictions.
Vision: To being the recognized leader in regionally sustainable waste management practices that protect the environment.
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