Household Hazardous Waste & Electronics Collection
Household Hazardous Waste
Bucks County has released its schedule for household hazardous waste collections.
Please refer to the township channel or township website for the schedule.
Do not place car batteries, gasoline, motor oil, pesticides, oil-based paints and other toxic and hazardous materials in the trash. Also, many auto stores accept used motor oil and car batteries.
Disposal of Latex Paint
Let the paint dry in the can. Adding kitty litter or a commercial drying agent will speed up the drying process. When paint is dry, replace lid and double bag the can before putting it in the trash. Leaking paint will damage the trucks and stain our streets.
Home Construction or Demolition Debris
Do not place concrete, roofing and other home remodeling debris in the trash. You can make special arrangements with J. P. Mascaro & Sons for removal.
For more information, call Bucks County's Household Waste Hotline at 800-345-3400.
Electronics Waste Recycling
E-Waste Experts, Bristol, accepts electronics and other materials for recycling. A list of items accepted and hours for drop-off can be found at www.ewasteexperts.com.
Shred One Security Corp., Huntingdon Valley, also accepts electronics. www.shredone.com/dropoff
Refer to the township channel or township website for Electronic Collection Events.
Click here for the 2018 E-Waste Recycling Event.
Disposal of Televisions, Computers, and Old Electronics
Televisions, computers and old electronics may not be put out with your trash. In addition to regularly scheduled old electronics disposal events, there are other options that, although are not sponsored by the County, are suggestions for residents to consider.
For questions, please call the Bucks County Planning Commission at (215) 345-3400.