The Salvation Army will take all TV’s but they prefer that they work.
Address: 66 Chester Pike, Collingdale, PA Phone # 610-461-9102
Community Action Agency of Delaware County, will take air Conditioners and
TV’s if they work, for no fee. They will even pick them up.
The phone number is 610-874-8451.
If you have an Air conditioner in non-working condition, you can reach out to
H&R trucking. They will take them with a small fee, and they pick up as well.
The phone number is 610-833-2836.
PECO is running a Fridge & Freezer Recycling program.
They will pay you and pick up your old working refrigerator/freezer.
Please click here for more information.
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR UNACCEPTABLE RECYCLABLES
The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events’ Schedule for 2018 is as follows:
On the dates listed below, DCWA will ONLY be accepting Household Hazardous Waste
Electronic Waste & Latex Paint will NO longer be accepted
Sunday, Sept. 16 – Penn State University, Brandywine Campus – 25 Yearsley Mill Rd, Media
(Use Main Entrance at Traffic Light on Route #352)
Sturday, October 6 – Upper Chichester Municipal Bldg. – 8500 Furey Rd., Upper Chichester 19061
Delaware County Solid Waste Authority – All events take place rain or shine from 9 AM to 3 PM
Attention residents of Glenolden. We were just informed that effective immediately recyclable materials must be loose in a can dedicated to recycling. The trash haulers will no longer take any recycling material that is in plastic bags. All type of plastic bags is considered non-recyclable and must be put in with your regular trash. The Blue Mountain recycling facility will no longer accept any recycling with plastic bags mixed in. If your recycling is not picked up please check it for plastic bags and remove them and place them in with your regular trash. There is a limited number of recycle cans available so if you need one please call the borough office at 610-583-3221 x6 between the hours of 10:00am and 3:00pm.
The only time you have to notify the office with bulk trash is when you have a heavy metal object or oversized item that you will be putting out. There is no need to call the office for mattresses, box springs, furniture, and smaller items. Box springs and mattresses now need to be wrapped in plastic or they may not be taken. Any appliance with freon such as refrigerators, air conditioners, etc. are no longer being collected on bulk trash days. The only way to get rid of them is during an e-waste collection. All bulk trash is put out the second trash day and only 3 objects per household per week are allowed.
For information on Delaware County’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events please click on the hazardous waste tab below.
RECYCLING IS STATE MANDATED
Failure To Recycle Is a Disservice To Your Neighbor and Community
Glenolden Borough is Single Stream Recycling through Blue Mountain Recycling.
The ONLY Items accepted for curbside pickup on Wednesdays are:
Recycling is picked up EVERY Wednesday (weather permitting)
The borough is divided into 2 sections. Section 1 has trash pickups on Monday and Thursday. Section 2 has trash pickups on Tuesday and Friday. There is no trash pickup on Holidays. If your scheduled trash day falls on a holiday then your trash will not be picked up until your next scheduled trash pick-up. Trash must be put out either the night before or by 7:00am to guarantee your trash is picked up.
Residents are allowed up to two thirty gallon containers up to 30 pounds in weight. We do not pick up building rubbish from building construction, street refuse, industrial refuse, dead animals, machinery or vehicles or parts thereof or such other waste materials as are not commonly produced in homes.
All trash, garbage or rubbish shall be contained in airtight, vermin proof containers, which containers shall be in an enclosed area and screened from view.
The Borough has established a program for mandatory recycling by all commercial, industrial and institutional establishments of glass, paper, steel, aluminum, bi-metal and cardboard where applicable.
Plastic– #2 HDPE & #1 PET only with lids and caps removed and free of food residue.
Commercial, industrial and institutional establishments must provide their own containers and contract for their own haulers to remove any recyclable items and provide the Borough with a written report at the end of each year with totals of their recycling efforts.
Tree and Shrub Recycling Program
The Compost Farm will be open the third Wednesday of each month from 7:00am to 3:00pm, January through September for leaf waste, shrubs and tree trimmings no wider than 4 inches in diameter and if bundled no more than 4 feet in length.
Residents and small businesses will be allowed to drop off the materials mentioned above, at no charge. Landscapers and large quantity generators are the exception. They will be required to be permitted to go over our scales. There will be a fee.
Delaware County Compost Farm’s address is 2300 Concord Road, Chester, PA 19013
Click here for information to restore tree cover in Southeast Pennsylvania.
Hazardous Waste Recycling
Click link for Household Hazardous Waste list of acceptable items
Saturday, May 5, 2018
Emergency Services Training Center
1600 Calcon Hook Road
Sharon Hill, PA 19079 (Darby Twp.)
Saturday, June 9, 2018
Rose Tree Park
1672 N. Providence Road
Media, PA 19036
Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018
Penn State University – Brandywine Campus
25 Yearsley Mill Rd., (Rte. #352), Media 19063
(Use Main Entrance at Traffic Light on Route #352)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018
Upper Chichester Municipal Bldg.
8500 Furey Road, Upper Chichester 19061