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Eagleville, PA 19403
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  Trash, Yard Waste & Recycling
 

J.P. Mascaro & Sons is the contracted residential trash hauler.  Under Township ordinance all residents must maintain trash service with the hauler. The Township's contract requires J.P. Mascaro & Sons to bill each household directly.

Trash & Recycling Informational Flyer

   
 

Electronics, Household Hazardous Waste Collection &

Shredding Events

 

Toxic and hazardous items cannot be placed out for regular trash pick up. Montgomery County hosts free collection events; for more information:

2014 Household Hazardous Waste Schedule

2014 Electronics Collection Schedule

2014 Shredding Events

   
  Yard Waste
 

Yard Waste is collected each Wednesday year-round.  Yard waste, leaves and lawn clippings should be placed in open-top containers or compostable paper bags (available at most home stores).  Plastic bags may not be used. Branches should be cut to 3-feet in length, bundled with twine weighing no more than 50 lbs. or placed loose branches in open container (no higher than top of container). Branches larger than 3" in diameter cannot be collected.

   
  Single-Stream Recycling
  While under Township Ordinance, residents and businesses are required to separate recycling material from their trash for separate collection, items to be recycled can all be placed together in the same container. Recyclables are collected once a week on your designated recycling day. Click here to see what can be recycled.
   
  Why is recycling important to theTownship?
  Recycling is one of the best ways for you to have a positive impact on the world in which we live. The Township no only wants to do the right thing, but is also awarded Recycling Performance Grants each year based on the tons of waste our residents and businesses keep out of landfills.  This incentive helps pay for Township activities and is an easy way for residents to give back to the community.  The more you recycle the larger the award the Township gets from the State.
   
 

Pennsylvania made recycling the law in July 1988 with Act 101, the Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act, making Pennsylvania the largest state in the nation to require recycling. Curbside recycling is mandatory in municipalities with populations greater than 5,000, but many smaller communities have started programs voluntarily. Now, over 1,600 communities in PA are recycling!   

        

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  Commercial Recycling
  Businesses should contact their waste hauler to find out about recycling requirements and to set up a collection schedule.
  All commercial, institutional and municipal entities must provide written documentation as to the type and weight of materials recycled annually. Hough Associates serves as the Recycling Data Collector for the Township and will provide businesses with a recycling report form each year.
   
  Recycling Fun for Kids
  EPA Recycle City
  PA DEP Just For Kids
   
   

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