Accepted Landfill Materials
Residential and commercial waste is accepted daily. Please note that the R-Board has the right to refuse waste.
Construction and Debris
Construction and debris are accepted. Please note asbestos is not accepted.
Household trash is accepted. If you have any hazardous waste, such as oil paint, gasoline, pesticides, and other household chemicals you will need to wait until the next Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day. More information at r-board.org/hhw.
The Regional Landfill located at 489 Eskimo Hill Road, Stafford, VA 22554, accepts latex paint daily from residents of the City of Fredericksburg and Stafford County. When you visit the landfill to dispose of latex paint, please visit the sales shed attendant so they can assist you in properly disposing of the latex paint. Residents are charged $5 per visit for disposal. Annual passes and coupons can be used to pay for disposal. Please note that latex paint is NOT accepted at the Belman Road location.
As an alternative, you can air dry latex paint at home, or mix it in cat litter to speed up the drying process. Once dry, latex paint can be placed in your household trash. Please note that oil-based paint must be brought to a household hazardous waste collection event for proper disposal. Learn more at www.r-board.org/hhw.
Indoor and outdoor furniture is accepted. If the furniture is in gently used condition, the R-Board recommends donating it instead of bringing it to the landfill.
Mattresses & Box Springs
Mattresses and box springs are accepted.
Televisions are accepted as household trash.
Tires are accepted up to 8 tires per household per year. Oversize tires are not accepted.
Accepted yard waste at Eskimo Hill Yard waste includes waste up to 12” in diameter and a maximum length of 8’. At Belman Road Convenience Center, only grass, leaves, brush, and limbs up to 4” in diameter and a maximum length of 8’. No plastic bags in yard waste.
Did you know recycling is free for City of Fredericksburg and Stafford County residents?
- #1 and #2 plastic bottles, tubs, jugs, and jars
- Lithium batteries
- Automotive and equipment batteries
- Bicycles (Regional Landfill only)
- Motor oil (limit 5 gallons per resident per day)
- Antifreeze (limit 5 gallons per resident per day)
- Fluorescent light bulbs (Regional Landfill only, no bulbs longer than 6′)
- Cooking oil
- Scrap metal
- Small engines (lawn mowers, weed whackers, etc.)
- Electronic waste
- Plastic bags
- Fruit and vegetable scrap collection