Colonial Heights, VA

Colonial Heights, VA


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Home to the Violet Bank Museum and Swift Creek Mill, Colonial Heights is full of history! Colonial Heights residents are mighty in their enthusiasm for recycling! They hold an annual Fool for Art Festival that covers everything from science to games, and they recycle every other week.

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Enviroperks, The Program


Colonial Heights is part of the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority, so Colonial Heights residents can find much-needed waste and recycling information on the CVWMA-Colonial Heights page. Recycling in Colonial Heights is every other Friday. If you need a reminder emailed to you about recycling collection day, use the collection reminder tool found in your EnviroPerks My Account page.

Colonial Heights trash containers are red and recycling containers are green. The City has created a Frequently Asked Questions pamphlet which you can view and download online by clicking here.

Local, Green, Made in the USA, and National businesses!

EnviroPerks is all about your community, saving you money every day, and helping you live a greener lifestyle! We want to make your world greener and support your local economy, therefore we partner with local businesses that you know and love, encouraging residents to shop local. In addition to the awesome local businesses we partner with, we provide you with access to exclusive discounts with our national partners as well as national discounts and money back through access to our BenefitHub Loyalty+ platform.

BECOME AN ENVIROPERKS REWARD PARTNER


EnviroPerks welcomes Colonial Heights businesses to participate in the loyalty program by offering a discount to local residents. It’s free for businesses to participate in the program; more information can be found by clicking here.

Blog Entries


Exceeding Your Goals in 2021

“A Goal Without A Plan Is Just A Wish…” – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

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Looking Back On 2020

Happy new year from all of us at EnviroPerks! For a year with so many ups and downs, we’re proud to say that in 2020 we helped more people dispose of their waste properly than ever before. We also rebranded with a new name and logo (not an easy task!) and expanded our rewards program to help you save more money than ever. Let’s take a look back on 2020 as we toast 2021:

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What’s the best way to dispose of my campaign sign?

The record turnout for this year’s election can only mean one thing – a record number of campaign signs in yards. As the dust settles, you might be left with questions. Questions like: What’s the best way to dispose of my campaign sign? We’re glad you asked. 

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This year’s holiday festivities might look a little different!

This year’s holiday festivities might look a little different for families all over the country. In a more typical year, this blog post would contain a myriad of ways to reduce your household’s waste this holiday season, but in 2020, all of us have a responsibility to be extra safe in addition to being environmentally-friendly. 

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