Residential Refuse and Recycle
Municipal Waste: Trash collection service is necessary for every residential dwelling unit (including individual apartments). It is your responsibility, as a home-owner and/or resident, to contact the Township's contracted waste hauler to initiate an active service account. All residential trash and recycling will be collected curbside by the Township's designated hauler. The current designated hauler is Waste Management (800) 593-9529. Extra trash tags are available at the Township building for $5.25 each.
Should you have electronics, such as TV's and computer components, there will be an Electronic Waste Recycling Collection held at the Township building semi-annually. You can no longer dispose of these items in your trash. Bulk pick-up must be arranged by calling Waste Management.
Recycling is Mandatory
Recycling is mandatory in Conewago Township; it's the LAW. All residents in Conewago Township are required to recycle. Recycle bins are available from the designated trash hauler. Place all recyclable materials in your recycling bin next to your trash container for regular weekly pick-up.
A short-list of items Waste Management will NOT accept for recycling in addition to those noted above: batteries, styrofoam, plastic bags, butter/margarine tubs and lids, pizza boxes, wax-coated juice and milk cartons, plastic toys, clothes hangers, mirrors, window glass or broken glass, light bulbs, wood or yard waste, cookware, bake-ware, electronics, appliances, hazardous or toxic substances, aerosol cans, and items containing or having debris and residue containing hazardous or toxic substances such as paint cans with wet paint, motor oil containers, gasoline cans, glue, petroleum products, etc.
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