New Ordinances passed on 5/20/2019

What can I recycle at the Township Building (740 Denton Hollow Rd.)?

Area residents may drop off recyclables behind the Township Building at 740 Denton Hollow Road, where five large metal bins are emptied weekly by SECCRA. Plastic bags jam the sorting equipment at recycling facilities; so if you transport your recyclables in plastic trash bags, please empty the recyclables into the bins, take the used bags home, and either use them again (if they’’re in good shape) or put them in the trash. If the bins are full, please return at another time. Do not leave recyclables outside the bins.
ITEMS ALLOWED:

  • Aluminum cans, foil, and pie plates
  • Corrugated cardboard and boxboard (cereal boxes, cracker boxes, soda and beer cardboard casing)
  • Glass bottles and jars, clear and colored
  • Metal cans. including empty aerosol cans
  • Mixed paper
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Plastic #1-5 and #7 containers

ITEMS NOT ALLOWED

  • Caps/lids even if they are plastic and come from recyclables like water bottles, detergent, etc.
  • Ceramic cups / plates / flower pots
  • Crystal / drinking glasses
  • Light bulbs / mirrors / plate glass / window glass
  • Metallic wrapping paper
  • Oil cans / bottles
  • Ovenware
  • Paint cans
  • Check with your trash hauler about other items that they may recycle. Please note, recyclables are commodities. Dirty or contaminated, they are worthless. Clean and properly prepared recyclables have value and may be turned into new products.

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    Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – January 20, 2020
    Presidents’ Day – February 17, 2020
    Primary Election – April 28, 2020
    Memorial Day – May 25, 2020
    Independence Day – July 3, 2020
    Labor Day – September 7, 2020
    Columbus Day – October 12, 2020
    Election Day – November 3, 2020
    Veterans Day (observed) – November 11, 2020
    Thanksgiving Holidays – November 26 and 27, 2020
    Christmas Eve and Christmas Day – December 24 and 25, 2020

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