Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events
Bring unwanted hazardous household automotive products, home maintenance, lawn and pest control products to the next Regional Southeastern Pennsylvania Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Event!
The scheduled events are for residents only. Businesses will be turned away.
Thinking of kicking your old, obsolete computer or television to the curb on trash night? Don’t do it because your trash company will no longer collect them.
There is a disposal ban on a host of electronic devices, which is covered in the final provision of the Pennsylvania Covered Device Recycling Act, signed into law by former Gov. Ed Rendell in 2010. As mandated by the CDRA, it will become illegal for desktop computers, laptop computers, computer monitors, computer peripherals such as printers, keyboards, and mouses, tablets like iPads and Kindles, and televisions with viewable screens larger than four inches to be disposed of in state landfills. All of that “e-waste” must be recycled instead. Cell phones and PDAs are exempt from the law.
Each county as well as Tredyffrin Township sponsor E-cycling events throughout the year. See the PDF below for the Chester County 2017 calendar of recycling events and watch the Tredyffrin Township website for scheduled E-cycling events.
- 2017 HHW Collection Event Schedule [PDF]
- Household Hazardous Waste Accepted Materials [PDF]
- Residential E-Waste Recycling [PDF]
All Year-Round Drop-off Sites
Lanchester Landfill: Call 610-273-3771 or visit their website at: http://www.chestercountyswa.org.
- Household Hazardous Waste Disposal
- Medical Waste Disposal
- Municipal Officials (Left side)
- Recycling/Disposing Hazardous Waste Materials Links
- Freon Recovery Information and Vendor List
- Buy Back/Reuse Center Locations
- Automotive Waste Drop Off Centers
- Disposing of Leftover Paint
- Helpful Links
Check out the Chester County website or call the Chester County Health Department, Division of Solid Waste Management at (610) 344-6225, or try the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection's Household Hazardous Waste website for more information.