Provided by Supervisor Marty Nohe’s Office
Just in time for spring cleaning, the Donation Drop Spot, previously known as “The Donation Place”, has reopened . Located in the Citizens’ Convenience Area at the Prince William County Landfill, The Donation Drop Spot is open for the collection of a variety of reusable household items and clothing. The hours of collection at the landfill will be 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. daily and an attendant will be there to assist donors and provide a receipt. The Balls Ford Road Compost Facility will have bins available from 7:30 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. for small household items and clothing.
Donations received at the Donation Drop Spot and bins will benefit the National Children’s Center and be operated by Savers. A full list of accepted items can be found at savers.com/donate/what-we-take. Although the Donation Drop Spot is in the same location as previous reuse programs at the landfill, the facility has undergone some improvements that will enhance work conditions and material storage.
Residents are also encouraged to check with organizations like ACTS, Habitat Restore, Salvation Army, Goodwill, Project Mend-a-House, or other businesses and charities that may accept donations of larger household items like large furniture items.
Visit pwcgov.org/trashandrecycling under Recycling/Reuse for more information on the new Donation Drop Spot, or to find more donation, consignment and resale options for those “too good to waste” items that are cleared out during spring cleaning, or any time of the year.