Convenience Center Information
The Henry County Refuse Department handles the County's household trash disposal. The Refuse Department manages seven Convenience Centers located throughout the County that are in place for County residents to dispose of their household trash and certain other items. Click on the links below to see maps to each site.
Henry County's Convenience Centers operate Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. All sites are closed on Sundays. All sites also closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day. Each of the sites are staffed by onsite personnel during business hours.
To use the sites you must have displayed on your car a County-issued sticker. These free stickers are distributed by the site monitors, who will verify your car’s registration and ensure that you are a Henry County resident.
Each of the seven sites will be gated and closed when not in operation. Please do not leave trash at the gate during those hours that the facilities are closed. Remember: IF THE GATE IS CLOSED, DO NOT DISPOSE! Anyone caught dumping trash at any of the sites after business hours could be subject to criminal prosecution.
If you have questions about what you can bring to our Convenience Centers, click here for information.
What Items Can Be Brought to a Convenience Center?
Remember: Henry County's sites are for the use by County residents only - no businesses, and no non-County residents.
- Household trash - in plastic bags only - may be placed in one of the smaller green boxes.
- Furniture may be placed in the roll-off containers.
- White goods such as stoves, washers, dryers, etc. may be placed on one of the concrete pads that are marked for that particular item.
- Cardboard may be placed in a brown container marked for cardboard.
- Newspapers and inserts may be placed in a grey container marked for those items.
- Aluminum and tin cans may be placed in the appropriately marked containers.
- No. 1 and No. 2 plastics are accepted. Please rinse the items and remove the tops before placing the plastics in our receptacles.
- Most basic household electrical items - such as toasters, VCRs, DVD players, televisions 20 inches and smaller - are accepted.
Any items that do not meet the above descriptions should be taken to the First Piedmont Transfer Station on Clearview Drive. The telephone number for the Transfer Station is (276) 638-3794.
Household Hazardous Waste Day
Henry County, the City of Martinsville, and Gateway Streetscape work jointly to sponsor two Household Hazardous Waste Days during the year. One is held in April and one is held in October. At these events, City and County residents may dispose of such items as paint, motor oil, gas, antifreeze, batteries, computer parts and used cell phones. Again, no business or commercial entities are allowed to participate.
Convenience Center Site Maps
Click on a link below for a map to each of our seven Convenience Center sites.
Convenience Center Contact Information
Telephone: (276) 634-2503