600
Tons Recycled
in May

What Mrswa Does for You

The Montgomery Regional Solid Waste Authority (MRSWA) is leading the way in the solid waste management field. We are dedicated to helping our region flourish and our education programs promote these ideas to businesses, schools and the general public. We are determined to make recycling and other environmental practices habitual and have several programs in place to reach our goals in "Protecting Tomorrow's Environment Today."

MRSWA provides the Region with the assurance of a fully integrated solid waste management plan; which includes closed landfill management, education, a transfer station, and recycling. The closed landfill property is carefully monitored and regulated to ensure safety. A public education program encourages conserving resources and saving landfill space through strong recycling programs for residents, businesses, and schools.

 

NRV Regional Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day August 13

Residents served by the New River Resource Authority are invited to participate in the Regions HHW Event on Saturday, August 13, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Rear Parking Lot of Pulaski County High School.

Questions regarding the types of material accepted may be directed to your locality in Radford 731-3631, Pulaski PSA 674-8720, Giles PSA 921-2499, Dublin 674-4798, Blacksburg 961-1806, Christiansburg 382-6128, NRRA 674-1677 or MRSWA 381-2820.

NO COMMERCIAL WASTE or COMMERCIAL VEHICLES will be accepted for HHW. COMMERCIAL WASTE & COMMERCIAL VEHICLES WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR DOCUMENT SHREDDING & ELECTRONIC WASTE.

NRRA will be accepting plastic bags for "Bags for Benches." This program is sponsored by The New River Resource Authority.

Employee of the Quarter

Sherry Frederick
Administrative Assistant

MRSWA and RDS-Roanoke - Partner to Provide Single Stream Recycling to the Region