Recycle household batteries at 16 drop-off sites in Virginia Beach.
With the proper precautions, household alkaline batteries can be disposed directly in your trash bin. But Virginia Beach residents also can return used household batteries to any of 16 disposal sites including 10 public libraries and 6 recreation centers for recycling at no charge. Large quantities (up to 75 lbs.) should be taken to the city’s HHW facility at the Virginia Beach landfill.
For small amounts of household batteries:
Bayside Special Service Library | 936 Independence Blvd
Central Library | 4100 Virginia Beach Blvd
Great Neck Library | 1251 Bayne Dr
Kempsville Library | 832 Kempsville Rd
Municipal Library – Mun. Ctr. Bldg #17 | 2425 Princess Anne Rd
Oceanfront Area Library | 700 Virginia Beach Blvd
Princess Anne Library | 1444 Nimmo Parkway
Pungo-Blackwater Library | 916 Princess Anne Rd
South Rosemont Youth Library | 1503 Competitor Ct
Windsor Woods Library | 3612 S. Plaza Trl
Bayside Recreation Center | 4500 First Court Rd
Bow Creek Recreation Center | 3425 Clubhouse Rd
Great Neck Recreation Center | 2521 Shorehaven Dr
Kempsville Recreation Center | 800 Monmouth La
Princess Anne Recreation Center | 1468 Nimmo Pkwy
Seatack Recreation Center | 141 S Birdneck Rd
For large amounts, up to 75 pounds:
Household Hazardous Waste Facility
City of Virginia Beach Landfill and Resource Recovery Facility | 1989 Jakes Sears Road (near Regent University, off Centerville Turnpike)
Monday – Saturday, 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
For Virginia Beach residents only.