Pike County, Pennsylvania
2011 Fall Clean-up and Recycling Day was a Success !
Many Dingman Township residents took advantage of the 2011 Fall Clean-up and Electronics Recycling Day. Turnout was lower than most years thanks to some of the larger communities holding their own clean-up days, however, 97 vehicles passed through the gates loaded with material to be recycled or disposed of. A summary of the materials collected:
To Be Recycled:
Electronics (TVs, Computers, etc) 180 + items
19 Computer Monitors
20 VCRs /DVDs
5 Microwave Ovens
Mixed metals 60 yards
White goods (washers, dryers, etc.) 12 items
Consumer Batteries (AA, AAA, C, D, etc.) 2.5 gallon bucket full
To Be Disposed of:
Assorted Rubbish 210 yards
If you missed Fall Clean-up Day, there will be another one next Spring. And, don't forget, you can bring your household batteries (AA, AAA, C, D, hearing aid, etc.) and cell phones to the Township Building for recycling Monday through Friday 8:30 to 4:00. Click here for more recycling opportunities.
Thank you to all the Dingman Township residents who brought in material for disposal/recycling and to ...
Charles E. Steuhl & Sons Inc.
Advanced Recovery Inc.
employees of Dingman Township