The following brochures and fact sheets are currently available from DPW:
Rules of Use DPW offers waste drop-off services to District residents. View the Rules of Use for the Waste Transfer Station.
Just in time for Spring Cleaning! Weekly household hazardous waste/e-cycling drop-off starts Saturday, April 5, 2014
This holiday season we celebrate family and friends, and opportunities to “go green” are abundant!
DC requires recycling in office buildings, churches, retailers,warehouses, apartment buildings with four or more units, cooperatives, condominiums, bars and restaurants, nonprofit organizations, schools, and universities.
Too much household paint ends up in the nation's landfills because people needlessly throw it away. Follow these steps to wisely use and dispose of leftover paint.
The fall leaf collection program runs between Monday, November 7, 2016 and January 14, 2017, and every neighborhood in the District will have its leaves collected.
The District of Columbia Department of Public Works has completed its second year of training young adults to be solid waste management professionals.
Recommended Steps for the Safe Disposal of Needles or “Sharps” In the District of Columbia
During a snow event, residents and businesses are reminded they should be prepared to shovel the walkways adjacent to their properties, as required by District law.
Take the Recycling Challenge! Can you find all the recylable items in the puzzle?
The DC Department of Public Works (DPW) is looking for mural sites in Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 to be considered as part of its MuralsDC program, which will run beginning spring 2012.
The DC Department of Public Works (DPW) performed a hand sort of residentially-generated solid waste during a three-week period between October 23 and November 8, 2007.
Identity theft is quickly becoming one of the most widespread and costly crimes of our time.
Do you recycle? Do you use products packed in cardboard? These are examples of cardboard packaging you can recycle.
“Sweepercam” is a photo enforcement system that uses License Plate Recognition System technology to increase the effectiveness of DPW’s street sweeping program.