BAD WEATHER? Please put your can out as you normally do. We will do everything possible to pick up as scheduled or soon after!

All-in-one-can recycling™, makes it efficient and easy for our customers to reduce their impact on the environment in their home or business.  Those who have all in one can recycling™ don’t have to go through the extra effort to sort and separate their garbage. It’s really easy to be motivated to recycle when absolutely no effort is involved on the customer’s part and high tech machinery does the work for you.  The bottom line is more families, children, people in general, may recycle their garbage easily and, in the end, MUCH LESS trash is dumped in the landfill. Dixon Disposal is locally owned and family run.  We work ALL DAYS except Christmas, we don’t require a contract, and we give stellar service to all of our customers.

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WE WORK ALL HOLIDAYS EXCEPT CHRISTMAS!   Locally Owned… Family Run.  Dixon Disposal.

 300 Preston Avenue, Suite 200   Charlottesville, Virginia  22902    |   434.978.2111    |   CONTACT US

Christmas Tree Recycling

That time is here again. Now that the festivities are winding down and the decorations are on their way back to storage, you come across the same thing every year. What do I do with the Christmas tree? For our customers, we can take the tree for you, but unfortunately the trees we pick up…

If You’re Cold, They’re Cold

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Safe Black Friday Shopping Quick history for you- Black Friday’s name originated in Philadelphia, where it originally was used to describe the heavy and disruptive pedestrian and vehicle traffic which would occur on the day after Thanksgiving. Use of the term started before 1961 and began to see broader use outside Philadelphia around 1975. Later…