Fairfax County residents can recycle televisions, computers and peripheral devices – including keyboards, speakers, printers, external drives and other such materials – and unbroken fluorescent light bulbs and tubes on Electric Sundays.
The next one is coming up this Sunday in Lorton.
There is no charge for Fairfax County residents to participate in Electric Sunday; however, you may be required to show proof of residency.
Upcoming Event Schedule
All electronics recycling events are held from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
- June 22: I-95 Complex, 9850 Furnace Road, Lorton 22079
For additional information, call 703-324-5230, TTY 711.Fairfax County's Electric Sundays (Video)
I-66 Transfer Station Complex, 4618 West Ox Road:
- From inside the Beltway, take I-66 West to Route 50 West. Continue west and go south on West Ox Road. The complex will be on the right just past the county's Fire Training Academy and before the Costco store.
- From Route 29 go to the West Ox Road exit and turn north. The complex will be on the left at the stop light just after the Costco store.
I-95 Landfill Complex, 9850 Furnace Road:
- Take I-95 South to exit #161, which exits on to Route 1 South. At the first traffic light (Furnace Road) turn right. After passing under I-95, take your first left onto the access road (Mordor Road). In approximately 100 feet, you will see a sign for the disposal facility. The I-95 Landfill Complex is located on the access road, which runs parallel to Furnace Road.
- You may also take Ox Road (Route 123) South. Turn left onto Furnace Road. At the stop sign at Lorton Road turn left. Take the first immediate right (Furnace Road again) and continue around to the main landfill entrance on the right. Look for the sign "County of Fairfax Solid Waste Disposal."
- Calendar of Recycling Events
- Environmental Protection Agency's E-cycling Information
- Fluorescent Tube and Bulb Recycling
- Television, Computer and Other Electronics Recycling