- Recycling Department
- Public Information Links
Public Information Links
What Can be Recycled…….Environmental Impact...
How to Get Involved.........Rules and Regulations
www.dep.state.pa.us - DEP - Department of Environmental Protection
PROP (Professional Recyclers of Pennsylvania) - www.proprecycles.org
Thermostat Recycling Corporation - http://www.thermostat-recycle.org/
GPI is the North American trade association for the glass container
manufacturers and suppliers to the industry.
Keep America Beautiful - provides information on waste management,
litter, cleanups, etc.
American Forest and Paper Association discusses recycling paper
products and has lots of interesting information about paper.
Call the RECYCLING HOTLINE-1-800-822-8837 to find out where
to recycle household batteries, small drill batteries, flashlight batteries etc.
All you will need is your zip code and you will find out which stores
near you accept these batteries and more!
A Comprehensive Recycling Guide-
Below are useful guidelines that cover recycling for most American cities. Keep in mind that you might have additional options, as the rules, and options of what to recycle can vary from one city, county or country to the next.
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National Association for Plastic Container Recovery - focuses on recycling of #1 PET bottles.
U.S. Environmental/Recycling Hotline
puts geographically specific information at your fingertips. This site includes information on recycling centers, household hazardous waste, and buy recycled.