The Recycling Office of Luzerne County is a County government office. We do not offer dumpsters however, perhaps
one of the listings below can assist you.
Please call for pricing and scheduling of deliveries below:
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Contact your municipal office and find out what the procedure is for disposal of a mattress and if there is a fee.
Lowes-Edwardsville-570-285-6000 or WB-570-822-7100 or HOME DEPOT-WB-570-820-5901.
If neither one will accept them then they will have to go out with your regular trash.
No, there will be no tire collections. Contact your local municipality or a local tire dealer in your area to see if they are accepting them.
No, food and grease on the cardboard will contaminate it.
Salvation Army, Sans Souci Highway, Hanover Township. Please drive to the back of the lot where the loading dock is.
Televisions must not be broken or busted as they will be refused. DO NOT TAKE THEM IN THE
STORE AS YOU WILL ALSO BE REFUSED. There is a limit of two-(2) televisions per vehicle. Televisions
are accepted during regular store hours. Please call 570-823-1935 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
The Luzerne County Recycling Office is not a Hauling Company but an Office
associated with the Luzerne County Court House. Please call one of the haulers listed below or
your local municipal building and ask them who the garbage hauler is for your area.
Waste Management-570-344-7812 or County Waste call 570-685-7000.
570-826-2511 and they will direct you to the right person.
Get some cheap cat litter, (something that is clay best works best). Open paint can and pour cat litter into can, (just enough to absorb the paint), leave uncovered out to dry. Once paint has hardened or solidified, place container out with your regular garbage. Place the lid in your regular garbage. We do not recommend putting out more than three containers at one time.
Single stream recycling is placing all paper, glass bottles & jars, aluminum, steel-bi-metallic and plastic items, in one container.
Please contact your local municipality to see what items are accepted in your town.
You need to call the municipality in which you live and ask them if containers are available.
You can call your hauler and see if they offer curbside recycling.