WHAT GOES IN THE BIN?
More information at: http://www.lcswma.org/lcswma_recycling.cfm
A LARGE CORRUGATED CARDBOARD DUMPSTER AND PAPER DUMPSTER ARE AVAILABLE TO THE RESIDENTS.
THEY ARE LOCATED AT THE EAST COCALICO TOWNSHIP MUNICIPAL BUILDING, 100 HILL ROAD, DENVER.
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON THE DUMPSTERS
Available to the Township residents.
Located at 100 Hill Road, Denver (M-F 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)
Bins and Buckets for your recylables; when the bin is full place it outside on your normal trash pickup day. Available in the Township lobby area.
CFL bulbs are collected in the Township lobby; for the smaller "spiral" or "pig tail" light bulbs only. For the larger "tubes", please contact your hauler or transport them to Lancaster County Solid Waste Authority (397-9968).
Cardboard (corrugated only), please see left side link for more information, or click here.
Cell Phones are collected in the Township lobby (any wireless phone, their batteries, and accessories). Be certain to deactivate your service and delete personal information.
Christmas Trees can be dropped off at the designated area located at the Township Municipal Building, during the month of January. Open: The month of January, from dusk to dawn, 7 days a week. Please follow signs for the drop off area, and do not place on the Woody Waste pile. Please remove all decorations, including any plastic bags that you may have used to transport the tree.
Leaf Bags (Kraft) are available to pick up in the Township lobby area. Please contact your trash hauler for the pickup days and their cost.
Paper, please see left side link for more information, or click here.
Woody Waste Site, please see left side link for more information, or click here.
Romao R. Carrasco, Assistant Recycling Officer E-mail
LCSWMA = Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority: HHW (Household Hazardous Waste) materials taken for free, materials taken for a fee, directions, and hours of operation).
- Residents Guide to Recycling and Waste Disposal.
KAB Keep America Beautiful.
- More information on what can be recycled and how: www.lcswma.org/recycling