Telephone Book Recycling
It's that time of year when new phones books are received and outdated ones need to be recycled. Contact your local solid waste management office to find out where you can recycle your old phone books.
Whether you're a business or a resident, your telephone book has an opportunity to be recycled.
Hampton Roads Businesses:
The Southeastern Public Service Authority (SPSA) also offers local businesses, schools, residents and municipalities recycling programs. Contact the SPSA Business Recycling offices at (757) 420-4700 for details on these and other services. Or check out their website by clicking
Check the local yellow pages for others throughout the region offering business recycling services.
Hampton Roads Residents:
All residents of Gloucester, Hampton, Newport News, Virginia Beach and those residents in the SPSA* and VPPSA** are encouraged to
contact their locality for directions as to recycle their telephone books.
Contact your local solid waste management office to find out where you can recycle your old phone books.
If you know of any other organizations that offer recycling services not listed here, please contact us and we will be happy to post them on this regional website.
*SPSA member communities include those residents of Isle of Wight, Southampton Counties and the Cities of Chesapeake, Franklin, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach and Suffolk.
**VPPSA member communities include those residents of Essex, James City, King William, King and Queen, Mathews, Middlesex and York Counties, and the Cities of Hampton, Poquoson, and Williamsburg.