We are no longer able to continue service of recycling
at the Public Works building. Republic Services has informed us
that our bins are continually filled with all kinds of trash,
home improvement materials and debris that is not recyclables.
When the driver takes the can to Penn Waste, it is being rejected
due to the contamination of the recyclables. The driver is then
forced to leave there and go to the landfill or burner.
AT NO CHARGE, RESIDENTS CAN TAKE THEIR RECYCLABLES TO THE
LANDFILL AT 4400 MT. PISGAH RD.
The landfill’s hours are Monday – Friday 6:00 am to 3:30 pm and
Saturday 6:00 am to 10:00 am.
The Public Works area will be under 24 hour surveillance. Anyone
caught dumping will be prosecuted.
The Township's highway department
offers brush drop-off for Lower Windsor Township residents.
Proof of residency is required.
Beginning March 11, 2017 until October 14, 2017, this will be conducted the second
Saturday of each month from 7:00 am to 9:00 am at the highway
building located at 111 Walnut Valley Court. Signs will
designate the drop-off area and employees will be available to
assist. ITEMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AT ANY OTHER TIME.
We accept brush, limbs, any wood that is unpainted, untreated,
and free of metal.
LOWER WINDSOR TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS
RESIDENTIAL ELECTRONICS RECYCLING PROGRAM
TO RELOCATE AND FEATURE EXTENDED DAYS AND HOURS
The York County Solid Waste
Authority’s free Residential Electronics Recycling Program will
relocate from the current collection site on Blackbridge Road to
the Small Load Drop-off Facility at the York County Resource
Recovery Center starting Monday, October 2, 2017. Starting
October 2, electronics will be accepted from residents Monday
through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to
Residents delivering electronics will enter the York County
Resource Recovery Center, located at 2651 Blackbridge Road, and
proceed toward the scales. A worker will confirm delivery of
electronics only and provide a placard enabling free delivery.
Residents will then follow “Public Drop-off” signs to the Small
Load Drop-off Facility. Residents will show the electronics
placard to the Small Load Drop-off Facility attendant who will
direct them to the electronics off-load area. Upon exiting the
Small Load Drop-off Facility, residents will be directed to the
designated exit for the Resource Recovery Center where they will
return the electronics placard and exit the site.
ACCEPTED ITEMS: televisions: there is a limit of five
televisions per visit, desktop and laptop computers, computer
monitors and computer peripherals (anything that connects to a
computer such as a mouse, keyboard, printer, etc.), as well as
other electronic recyclables including cell phones, vacuum
cleaners, alarm clocks, irons and coffee makers or anything with
a plug that does not contain Freon. Examples of Freon-containing
items include refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners and
Under PA Act 108 (the state’s Covered Device Recycling Act), it
is unlawful for Pennsylvania landfills and resource recovery
facilities to accept specific electronic devices (computers,
computer peripherals and televisions) for disposal. PA waste
haulers are also prohibited from collecting these electronics
Businesses, schools and organizations: York County
businesses, schools and organizations are not eligible to
participate in the residential electronics recycling program.
Businesses, schools and organizations must make their own
arrangements with an electronics recycling vendor to properly
manage their electronics. A list of vendors is located on our
THE TOWNSHIP BUILDING IS UNDER
24-HOUR SURVEILLANCE. ANYONE CAUGHT DUMPING ELECTRONIC DEVICES
WILL BE PROSECUTED.
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