Recycling

Below is information from Montgomery County for ways to recycle Household Hazardous Waste, Tires, Electronic Waste, and more.  

Montgomery County Household Hazardous Waste Events for 2021

There will be several events held from April-October.  Please click here for the flyer which has links to register for the events.  Please note pre-registration is required for this event.  

All residents in all of the four Southeast PA counties can participate in HHW Waste Events, please note pre-registration is required for these events.  Please click here for the information.   

Tires

Montgomery County will not be holding tire collection events due to social distance requirements that would be necessary for this event.    There are plenty of outlets for tire disposal as tire retailers usually accept used tires for a recycling fee of approximately $3-$5 per tires, please click here for a list.  

Any residents that have a large number of tires or non-standard tires to dispose of, please contact the local tire recycling company, please click here for a list.                                         

Electronic Waste

All residents of Montgomery County are able to use Retrievr for electronic waste pick up and recycling.

Retrievr charges a flat $10 doorstep convenience fee for clothing and any small electronics. If any of the below items are included with the pickup, the doorstep convenience fee is waived. Convenience fees for the following items are listed here and on the Retrievr webpage:

  • $10 for each microwave
  • $35 for each TV under 150 lbs. and monitors that use a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT)
  • $100 for each TV 150 lbs. or more, such as those with wooden cabinets or rear-projection TVs
  • $50 for each dehumidifier
  • $50 for each window air-conditioner
  • $50 for each mini refrigerator under 50 lbs.

Drop-off options for electronic recycling are also available, please click here.

Document Shredding

Montgomery County will not be holding Community Shred Events, however they will post community shred events that they become aware of, please click here for a list.  

For more information on recycling from the County, please click here.  

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